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From 1915-1923 the Ottoman Turks killed one and a half million Armenians, of which most consider the first genocide of the 20th century and many historians believe this event was a major influences to Adolph Hitler’s holocaust. The United States of America and Turkey despite pressure from other European countries do not formally call this event a genocide and thus in effect is stopping the process of promoting tolerance, understanding and is stopping action from being taken in regions today where genocide is occurring daily. 

Senator John Ensign (R-NV) and Senate Democratic Whip Richard Durbin (D-IL) recently introduced Armenian Genocide legislation (S.Res.320) in the U.S. Senate ... Read more »
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The Genocide memorial in Yerevan

The end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries were fatal times for Armenians. Ottoman Empire at the Government level planned and carried out massacres of Armenians. It reached its culmination in 1915-1916, in a slaughter started on 24th of April, 1915, 1.5 million civilian Armenians were killed.… For more information about this see About The Genocide article.

This fact at that time condemned many progressive intellectuals: J. Lepsius and J. Markwart, the German historians, A. Toynbee, English historian, H. Morgenthau American diplomat, Ambassador of the US to Turkey, A. France, French writer, V. Bryusov, Russian writer and many others. At a Government le ... Read more »

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SOUTHINGTON — Harry Terdjanian says he hopes to attend the ceremony Saturday at the state Capitol in remembrance of the Armenian genocide. Though the New Britain resident insists he cares passionately about the cause — the execution of 1.5 million Armenians — he has a business to run. He owns Automaster — automotive services for both foreign and domestic vehicles on the Southington-Plainville line.

"There’s a larger ceremony in Times Square this Sunday,” he said. "I may attend that.”

Terdjanian’s family came to America in 1975 when he was 8. They lived in 20 countries in Europe and the Middle East before migrating to the U.S. with help from the Armenian National Committee of America.

"We were always ... Read more »
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The Armenian Genocide, the first genocide of the 20th Century, occurred when two million Armenians living in Turkey were eliminated from their historic homeland through forced deportations and massacres between 1915-1918.

The Ancient Armenians

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Before 1908-ies

In 1877 one of the regular Russian-Turkish wars started, as a result of which the Treaty of San-Stefano was signed. According to that Treaty the Vilayet (Province) of Kars populated by Ar ... Read more »

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