The Armenian Genocide
The Rosen Publishing Group, 2008 - 64 Seiten
This title in the Genocide in Modern Times series examines the events surrounding the killing of as many as 1.5 million ethnic Armenians at the hands of Ottoman Turks during the first World War. The historical record, first-person accounts, contemporary news reports, and carefully selected photographs work together to paint a picture of the victims, the perpetrators, the atrocities committed, and the world's reaction.
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The Turks at War
Destruction of the Armenian People
The International Community Fails
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1916 The Ottoman Abdul Hamid II Ahmed Djemal Aleppo Ambassador Morgenthau areas Armenian Apostolic Church Armenian Christians Armenian communities Armenian deportees Armenian genocide Armenian history Armenian massacres Armenian National Institute Armenian refugees Armenian Revolutionary Federation Armenian women Armenians in Turkey Armenians killed Armenians live Armenians were killed assassinated atrocities attacked Austria-Hungary Berlin border Bulgaria caravans Central Powers City Committee of Union Constantinople Deporting Armenians desert East Relief Entente Powers Enver Pasha European extermination fled forced German help the Armenians Henry Morgenthau Sr Iraq Ismail Enver Kurdish tribesmen Kurds large number March memorial military minister missionaries Muslim northeast Syria number of Armenians Ottoman Empire present-day Progress CUP Republic of Armenia responsible Retrieved October Russia sent Serbia Soviet Union starving Sultan Abdul Hamid Survivors Talat Bey Teskilati Mahsusa thousand Armenians Thousands of Armenians Treaty Turkish Armenians U.S. ambassador U.S. government United villages workers World York Young Turks Zoryan Institute