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  ANN/Groong -- REMEMBER THE FIRST HOLOCAUST
The United States government prefers to forget the holocaust of Armenians, while the Turks - the inheritors of the empire that committed the worst atrocities of the First World War - are studiously denying the genocide.
But alas, the Armenians who perished in the rivers of southern Turkey, who were slaughtered in their tens of thousands in the deserts of northern Syria, whose wives and daughters were gang-raped and knifed to death by the gendarmerie and their Kurdish militiamen - they have no place in our memory or our history.
The Armenian community in Turkey had its Allied sympathisers when the Ottoman army was fighting the British and French in the First World War, and Armenians also fought in the tsarist Russian army against Turkey.
groong.usc.edu /fisk.html   (927 words)

  
  Armenian Genocide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A minor Armenian unrest in Bitlis Province was suppressed with brutality in 1894.
The Republic of Turkey does not accept that the deaths of Armenians during the "evacuation" or "deportation" (Turkey uses the word "relocation") are the results of an intention from Ottoman authorities (or those in charge during the war) to eliminate in whole or in part the Armenian people indiscriminently.
Revisiting Armenian Genocide by Guenter Lewy Guenter Lewy is professor emeritus of political science, University of Massachusetts, and the author of The Armenian Massacres in Ottoman Turkey: A Disputed Genocide (University of Utah Press, 2005).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Armenian_Genocide   (7042 words)

  
 2001 Press Reports 'Turkish TV Denies the Armenian Holocaust'
On the eve of Britain's Holocaust Memorial Day, Turkey's state TRT satellite television channel has embarked on a ferocious documentary that attempts to "prove" that Armenians - victims of the 20th century's first holocaust, in 1915 and 1916 - committed genocide against their Turkish Ottoman killers.
To the fury of Armenian survivors and their descendants, Britain has refused to honour the Armenian Holocaust in its commemoration tomorrow and the extraordinary Turkish documentary has provoked not a word of criticism among European governments, least of all the British.
Armenians under siege in Van did indeed murder Turks at this time but on nothing like the scale of the massacres visited upon the Armenians in subsequent months.
myweb.tiscali.co.uk /cragsite/2001PressReportArticles/Article23.htm   (607 words)

  
 Armenian Genocide - Armeniapedia.org
Armenians were the only ethnic group in between these two major pockets of Turkish speakers and the nationalist Turks wanted to get rid of them altogether.
Cilicia, a separate Armenian region on the Mediterranean, was to be a French mandate.
Mustafa Kemal's forces pushed the newly returned Armenian refugees and forces from these lands and forced a new treaty to be written which was an insult to Armenian victims.
www.armeniapedia.org /index.php?title=Armenian_Genocide   (1149 words)

  
 Armenian Genocide
Armenians all over the world commemorate this great tragedy on April 24, because it was on that day in 1915 when 600 Armenian leaders, writers, thinkers and professionals in Constantinople were rounded up, deported and killed.
The Armenian Genocide was masterminded by the Central Committee of the Young Turk Party (Committee for Union and Progress [Ittihad ve Terakke, in Turkish]) which was dominated by Mehmed Talat [Pasha], Ismail Enver [Pasha], and Ahmed Djemal [Pasha].
Finally, the remaining Armenians were rounded up, told they would be relocated, and then marched off to concentration camps in the desert between Jerablus and Deir ez-Zor where they would starve and thirst to death in the burning sun.
members.fortunecity.com /fstav1/armenia/armenia1.html   (778 words)

  
 2001 Press Reports 'Armenian Holocaust'
It is not a holocaust museum, but a collection of artifacts from the first Christian kingdom in history: Armenia's icons, altar pieces, embroidered clerical robes, paintings, swords, armor and chalices.
Armenians in the Ottoman army were taken out of their units in Feb. 1915, their hands bound, and slaughtered.
They were massacred on April 24, 1915, the date that Armenians have commemorated ever since as the beginning of their annihilation.
myweb.tiscali.co.uk /cragsite/2001PressReportArticles/Article3.htm   (748 words)

  
 The Armenian Holocaust quiz -- free game
That the presence of an Armenian minority in the Ottoman Empire was an insult to Turkish nationalism
The Armenian Holocaust began on 24 April 1915 with the massacre of Armenians in Constantinople and other major cities in the Ottoman Empire.
Most Turkish historians and politicians accept the Armenian Holocaust as a shameful part of their history.
www.funtrivia.com /playquiz.cfm?qid=184318   (330 words)

  
 Turks.US Daily News - The Holocaust and Armenian Case
The Holocaust is generally regarded as the systematic slaughter of not only 6 million Jews, (two-thirds of the total European Jewish population), the primary victims, but also 5 million others, wiped off the Earth by the Nazis and their collaborators.
It is clearly accepted even by the Armenian nationalist historians that the Armenians tried to use the entry of the Ottoman Empire in the World War I. For example Nalbandian pointed out that this was regarded by the Armenian revolutionary committees as “the most opportune time to begin a general uprising to achieve their goals”.
The objective sought by the government in evicting the Armenians from their resettlement and moving them to the areas marked for resettlement is rendering this ethnic element unable in engaging in anti-government activities and prevent them from pursuing their national aim of founding an Armenian government.
www.turks.us /article.php?story=20050521061209348   (6031 words)

  
 Dar Al Hayat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The author was called ‘the son of the Armenian’ in Deir El Zoor City, despite the fact that this Armenian was known always known as “the aunt” in that city.
The most important is that my concern about the Armenian Holocaust started growing later when I began to become acquainted with more Armenians, who live among us in the tribe or in nearby zones inhibited by Armenians who settle in their own villages.
Later, the eminent British Orientalist Bernard Lewis came to deny the perpetuation of the Armenian Holocaust by Turks, the matter that led him to be condemned by a French court of justice.
english.daralhayat.com /opinion/contributors/06-2005/Article-20050630-cde52606-c0a8-10ed-00f8-02979812be48/story.html   (1688 words)

  
 Peres stands accused over denial of 'meaningless' Armenian Holocaust
To the fury of Armenians, and of Dr Charny, Turkey is funding a worldwide campaign to deny the facts of the Armenian holocaust which was unleashed by Ottoman rulers against Turkey's Christian minority in the First World War.
Tens of thousands of Armenian men were executed by Turkish forces in 1915, and their families deported to the Syrian desert where they were systematically plundered, raped and butchered by Turkish gendarmes and marauding Kurds.
It is standard Turkish policy to refer with contempt to Armenian suffering as "allegations" and to downgrade the Armenian holocaust as a mere "tragedy".
www.giwersworld.org /israel/fisk6.phtml   (730 words)

  
 The Armenian Genocide
Armenians were the only ethnic group in between these two major pockets of Turkish speakers and the nationalist Turks wanted to get rid of them altogether.
Cilicia, a separate Armenian region on the Mediterranean was to be a French mandate.
This is a map of Armenia's border with Turkey drawn by U.S. President Wilson as requested by the League of Nations, according to the terms of the Treaty of Sevres.
www.cilicia.com /armo10.html   (984 words)

  
 Turkish Weekly Articles - The Holocaust and Armenian Case: Highligting the Main Differences
The Holocaust is generally regarded as the systematic slaughter of not only 6 million Jews, (two-thirds of the total European Jewish population), the primary victims, but also 5 million others, wiped off the Earth by the Nazis and their collaborators.
The objective sought by the government in evicting the Armenians from their resettlement and moving them to the areas marked for resettlement is rendering this ethnic element unable in engaging in anti-government activities and prevent them from pursuing their national aim of founding an Armenian government.
However, the Armenian relocation of 1915 contradicts with this total campaign, as an infamous Armenian author accepts that sometimes the Armenian Catholics and Protestants as well as the Armenians of Istanbul and Izmir (Smyrna) were exempted from the deportation decrees.
www.turkishweekly.net /articles.php?id=61   (6504 words)

  
 Armenian Deportees: 1915-1916
The photos of Armin T. Wegner are among the few that capture the bleak struggle to survive facing Armenian deportees.
As a second-lieutenant in the German army stationed in the Ottoman empire in April 1915, Wegner took the initiative to investigate reports of Armenian massacres.
Wegner was eventually arrested, but not before he had succeeded in channeling a portion of his research material to Germany and the United States through clandestine mail routes.
www.armenian-genocide.org /photo_wegner.html   (207 words)

  
 Armenian holocaust protest in Iran - Military Photos
The Armenian Genocide (also known as the Armenian Holocaust or the Armenian Massacre) is a term which refers to the forced mass evacuation and related deaths of hundreds of thousands or over a million Armenians, during the government of the Young Turks from 1915 to 1917 in the Ottoman Empire.
It didn't help the matter that the Armenian were in open, armed rebellion against Turkish forces who were busy consolidating what little territory was left over from ww1.
Armenians were used as pawns by more powerful forces, for example, and were armed with the intent of forming death squads against Turkish civilians.
www.militaryphotos.net /forums/showthread.php?t=79334   (474 words)

  
 Armenian Diaspora - When Will Turkey Admit the Armenian Holocaust?
The Holocaust was vivid in the collective memory in cities like "Al Qamishli".
Armenians despite the continuous reminders of the Holocaust.
Holocaust industry is undermined by pressures and new lobbies.
www.armeniandiaspora.com /archive/34367.html   (696 words)

  
 The Armenian Holocaust - A Question Of Scruples
Between 1915 and 1923, some 1.5 million Armenians perished and more than 500,000 were exiled from their homes, according to widely accepted Armenian estimates disputed by the government of the modern republic of Turkey.
The Armenian camp believes it is simply seeking to formalise what has already been made clear by widely accepted evidence.
Armenians seek to prevent a repeat of a terrible episode in their history, while Turks are reluctant to tarnish their own.
www.rense.com /general4/scrup.htm   (1211 words)

  
 The Armenian Genocide: A Bibliography
Armenians in Cilicia; Memorandum to the Secretary General of the League of Nations.
Resistance and Revenge: The Armenian Assassination of the Turkish Leaders Responsible for the 1915 Massacres and Deportations.
Armenian and Russian Refugees; Conference of Government Representatives to Consider Proposals for the Settlement of Refugees in Overseas Countries.
www.umd.umich.edu /dept/armenian/facts/gen_bib1.html   (3036 words)

  
 Article in Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Quite astonishing, however, is his claim that what Talaat, a principal architect of the Armenian genocide, had in mind for the Armenians was not destruction, but "segregation," that the fate of the Armenians was to be that of African- Americans in the South in 1915.
In the end, the genocide of over a million Armenians is made to appear like an "amorphous human disaster." [25] A second theme, unique to the Turkish case, is the determination to deny the Armenian genocide by acknowledging the Holocaust.
Historian (and Holocaust survivor) Erich Kulka regards the denial of genocide as an offense in its own right, asserting that "Attempts to rewrite Holocaust history on the pretext of 'revisionism,' aided by scholars with academic backgrounds, must be viewed as intellectual aggression," a repetition in thought of what was enacted earlier as physical deed.
users.ids.net /~gregan/ethics.html   (6987 words)

  
 Why the Armenian Holocaust must not be airbrushed from history [Free Republic]
Its author, Neil Frater, told the Armenian Assembly of America that "the massacres [sic] in Armenia, like many other atrocities before the Holocaust and the Nazi era, were brought to our attention in response to last year's consultation exercise", on the memorial day.
The Armenians have long commemorated their Holocaust on 24 April each year -- the date in 1915 when the first Armenian intellectuals were rounded up and liquidated by Turks in Constantinople.
The jewish holocaust industry will not allow 1.5 million Armenians, 25 million or so non-jews murdered by the nazis', 40 million murdered by the russian communists, 50 million murdered by chinese communists, 3 million murederd by cambodian communists,and 2 million murdered by vietnamese communists to cut into the guilt industry profitability.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a3a2283f60618.htm   (3756 words)

  
 Remember The First Holocaust - Armenian Genocide Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Armenians could be rewarded for their 'sufferings' with a piece of the
Correction: The "Who remembers the Armenians?" speech by Hitler was in fact describing his plans for destruction of Polish nation and not European Jewry.
Baden-Baden, W. Germany - Dr. Robert John, a historian and political analyst of Armenian descent from New York City, declared here that a commonly used quotation of an alleged statement by Adolf Hitler concerning the Armenian massacres was a forgery and should not be used.
www.armeniangenocide.com /forum/showthread.php?t=166   (1981 words)

  
 Jews Deny Armenian Holocaust   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Though historians have documented death and deportation of large numbers of Armenians (as well as the deaths of many Turks), they disagree over whether what happened constitutes "genocide," a term defined by international law as the deliberate and systematic destruction of a racial, political, or cultural group.
While many historians argue that it was the intent of the Turks to exterminate the Armenians as a people, others counter that such intent has not been firmly established and that the events more closely resemble a civil war than a genocidal campaign.
The debate over whether "Armenian Genocide" is a historically accurate designation or an exaggerated and politicized claim has followed the battle lines that mark today's political and cultural landscape.
www.nationalvanguard.org /story.php?id=7002   (516 words)

  
 Bay Area Armenian National Committee
The event was co-sponsored by the San Francisco - Bay Area Armenian National Committee, the Holocaust Center of Northern California, Facing History and Ourselves, and the Armenian Genocide Resource Center.
Charny drew comparisons between the atmosphere among the perpetrators of the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust and even pointed to similarities between the early Turkish calls for "jihad" against the Armenians, with statements by Taliban leaders in 2001, calling on Moslems to kill non-believers.
He compared the denial with a domestic situation in which one parent abuses a child and the other parent often beomes a bystander and "rubberstamps the evil being done." Like in the film, "The Cukoo's Nest," said Charny, the evil must be confronted, or it continues.
www.ancsf.org /pressreleases/2002/11202002.htm   (640 words)

  
 Armenian Genocide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Many Armenians who have settled in America, Europe and Australia (along with other parts of the world, known as "The Armenian Diaspora") have clung to the tragic events of so long ago as a form of ethnic identity, and have considered it their duty to perpetuate this myth, with little regard for facts...
It's amazing that whenever the "Armenian Genocide" is referred to in Western media, journalists seem to fall all over themselves in presenting the perspective totally from the Armenian propaganda machinery.
Another irony is that while Armenians have been doing their utmost to portray Turks as Nazis (in an effort to equate themselves with Holocaust victims, the one group best known to have fallen prey to genocide), Turks did their best to save Jews during World War II...
www.tallarmeniantale.com   (2430 words)

  
 Armenian Holocaust of 1915 - Associated Content
He freely killed and tortured Armenian men and women and was known as one of the most cruel dictators of the time.
While World War I raged among the powerful European nations, Armenians in Turkey were being tortured, starved, beaten, and killed in large numbers.
It is estimated that approximately 1.5 Armenians were killed during the second phase of persecution.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/162250/armenian_holocaust_of_1915.html   (560 words)

  
 The Genocide Education Project
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - The Holocaust Center of Northern California and The Genocide Education Project hosted lecturer Dr. Paul Bartrop, a prominent Holocaust and Genocide Studies Fellow at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, on Sunday, December 18 at the Holocaust Center in San Francisco.
Morgan Blum, Head Educator of the Holocaust Center of Northern California, commented, "We were very pleased to have an opportunity to host an event of common interest for both the Armenian and Holocaust Center community.
Founded in 1977, the Holocaust Center of Northern California is the region's most important resource for Holocaust education, research and remembrance.
www.genocideeducation.org /pr/2006/01_05_2006.htm   (628 words)

  
 Democratic Underground Forums - The Armenian Holocaust of 1915
Not content with denying the truth of the Armenian Holocaust of 1915, Turkish officials are now trying to undermine the veracity of the photographic evidence of the genocide that killed a million and a half Armenians during the First World War.
The Turkish government has been mounting an increasingly expensive lobbying campaign to deny the fact of the Armenian Holocaust, funding academic chairs at American universities - in which professors invariably questioned the details of the genocide - and threatening economic boycotts against European countries that acknowledge the Armenian massacres.
This people, living in some isolation of mountainous terrain, were much resorted to by the Ottoman Sultans as trustworthy killers: they had too many enemies on their own to turn against the Divan, and were too poor not to relish opportunity of rapine against neighbors.
www.democraticunderground.com /duforum/DCForumID30/849.html   (2208 words)

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