Johannes Lepsius
(December 15, 1858 - February 3 1926) was a well-known
German theologian, missionar and humanist who provided a
source of information and resources regarding  the Armenian
genocide. Without his accomplishments many unseen
horrors and effects of the atrocities the Armenians endured
and suffered would have gone unnoticed. Lepsius’s work
aided in the documentation of genocide, and brought the
issue to the public.