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Educational Posters For Teaching About The Armenian Genocide Designed for classroom use, teacher workshops, exhibits and displays A set of five theme-oriented instructional posters that provide a visual overview of key events related to the Genocide, its prelude, methodology, and aftermath. Each illustrated poster measures 19”x 25” and includes photographs, text, graphics and a chronology.
Recovering Armenia offers the first in-depth study of the aftermath of the 1915 Armenian Genocide and the Armenians who remained in Turkey. Following World War I, as the victorious Allied powers occupied Ottoman territories, Armenian survivors returned to their hometowns optimistic that they might establish an independent Armenia. But Turkish resistance prevailed, and by 1923 the Allies.
That genocide followed decades of persecution, punctuated by two similar but smaller rounds of massacres in the 1894-96 and 1909 periods that claimed two hundred thousand Armenian deaths. In all, over one million Armenians were put to death during World War I. Adding to this figure are the several hundred thousand Armenians who perished in the course of the Turkish attempt to extend the.
The issue of Armenian Genocide reparations derives from the Armenian Genocide of 1915 committed by the Ottoman Empire.Henry Theriault, writing in the Armenian Weekly, states these might be of financial, estate or territorial nature, and could cover individual or collective claims as well as those by Armenia. It is questioned whether the Republic of Turkey, successor state to the Ottoman Empire.
September 9, 1922 The Turkish Army pillages Smyrna this is known as the last act in the Armenian genocide November 14, 1914-September 9, 1922 1.75 millon Armenians were killed Causes. The cause of the Armenian Genocide was the Ottoman Empire using the Armenians as scapegoats after WW1 started to fall apart. They pushed all there problems on them saying it was all there fault. They said the.
On April 23, Russian-Armenian University received a book set from the series “The Armenian Genocide: Prelude and Aftermath. As reported in the U.S. Press”. The series has been compiled and edited by Father of the Mekhitarist Congregation Vahan Ohanian and Australian-Armenian Ara Ketibian and published by Mkhitarist Publishing House. The books are based on the articles from U.S. media.
The History of the Armenian Genocide Book Summary: . Revolution and Genocide Book Summary: In a study that compares the major attempts at genocide in world history, Robert Melson creates a sophisticated framework that links genocide to revolution and war. He focuses on the plights of Jews after the fall of Imperial Germany and of Armenians after the fall of the Ottoman as well as attempted.