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Armenian Genocide - 1915 will never be forgotten! We no matter where we are we will all unite and commemorate those that lost their lives. My grandfather lost his two sisters from starvation before he was born and my grandmothers two sisters were kidnapped and rapped by ottoman Turks! Shame on them and those that deny these crimes!

Armenian Genocide - Armenian civilians, escorted by armed Ottoman soldiers, are marched through Harput (Kharpert), to a prison in the nearby Mezireh (present-day Elâzığ), April 1915

The Armenian Genocide and my grandmother’s secret

The Armenian Genocide and my grandmother’s secret

100 years later, how can so many still deny the Armenian Genocide?

My Parents were from here. Kharpert. Pert means Fortress in Armenian. as you see in the picture

Pert means Fortress in Armenian. as you see in the picture

Genocide Museum | The Armenian Genocide Museum-institute

Quoting Zaren Karkadyan: “Until 1820 Azerbaijanis lived in 2000 of 2300 settlements on the area of now days Armenia”.

Orphaned Armenian children, 1915

Armenian Deportees: Caption: orphaned Armenian children in the…

Systematic genocide decimated the Armenian population of the Ottoman Empire in 1915–1916. The murder or deportation of more than 2.5 million civilians left a generation of widows and orphans. (The Granger Collection)

Systematic genocide decimated the Armenian population of the Ottoman Empire in The murder or deportation of more than million civilians left a generation of widows and orphans. (The Granger Collection)

Ruhr Veliler Birliği - ELTERNVEREIN RUHR e.V. - Moderne Kunst...

Crucified Armenian women in the region of the Der-es-Zor. Some women were saved–as here in the picture–by Arab Bedouins who took them back down from the cross.

Armenian Genocide by Turkish Muslims

Turkish Muslims killed over million Armenian Christians before, during and after World War I.

Armenian Genocide Dispute: What Happened in 1915?

Armenian Genocide Dispute: What Happened in 1915?

Islam is the cause of Turkeys violent history - Children victims of the Islamic Armenian Genocide

American Minute -"Crowning outrage has been committed by the Turks on the Armenians ... atrocities so hideous ... little children are murdered and their women raped"-Theodore Roosevelt

100 years since Armenian genocide by the Ottoman Turks (NSFW)

Armenian Traditional Clothing from Van    Survivors of Armenian Genocide dressed on a native costume. Jerusalem, 1922. Source: Joseph E. Malikian, The Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, An Anthology and a Photo History, Antelias, Lebanon, 2011.  http://barevarmenia.com/travelblog/armenian-traditional-clothing-from-van/

Armenian Traditional Clothing from Van Survivors of Armenian Genocide dressed on a native costume. Jerusalem, Source: Joseph E.

a kurd, an armenian, and a turkish woman pose for a photo. sivas, ottoman empire. 1870s.

a Kurd, an Armenian, and a Turkish Woman In Sivas, Ottoman Empire

The Story of Henry Morgenthau ~ Presenting to the Armenian reader the entire memories of U.S. Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire. These memoirs are significant and a source for the history of the Armenian Genocide, revealing the folds of the crime, planned by the Turkish Government, and explores the mentality of the Turkish criminal regime of that time. The U.S. Ambassador's memoir is a monumental work, where facts and testimonies undeniably prove the fact of Genocide.

The Armenian Genocide Museum-institute

#exhibition @ The #Armenian #Genocide Museum-Institute  100 PHOTO STORIES ABOUT THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

100 Photo Stories About the Armenian Genocide. These are Devastating Stories and Photos about the Most Evil Visited Upon the Innocent by the Most Guilty

Tsitsernakaberd (Armenian: Ծիծեռնակաբերդ) is a memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide; it is located on a hill overlooking Yerevan, Armenia. Every year on April 24, hundreds of thousands of Armenians gather here to remember the victims of the 1915 Armenian Genocide that took place in the Ottoman Empire carried out by the Turkish government.

Armenia, Tsitsernakaberd, memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide

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