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The landlocked Republic of Armenia is a Eurasian neighbor of Turkey, Iran, Georgia, and Azerbaijan and its Nakhchivan exclave. Armenia's tightly knit population claims descent from the Biblical Noah's great great grandson Hayk. Typical questions relate to the country's ancient legacies in art, literature, music, and religion; industry and manufacturing based economy; pristine appeal to mountain climbers and skiers; and troubled politics with Turkey and Azerbaijan.
The Armenian Genocide is rather controversial, but the majority view is that it was a genocide, as expressed by the Pro-Armenian Views. The minority view, supported by Turkey and academics aligned with Turkey is placed second. Pro-Armenian Views Answer 1 There's an excellent book on the history…
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The Armenian "genocide" is a topic with a great deal of disagreement amongst historians. One should thoroughly investigate the topic by reading all viewpoints and not settle for popular propaganda.  CommentThe Turkish government denies the Armenian genocide with all the energy of Neo-Nazis den…
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Unkindness and discrimination were what caused Turks to murder Armenians. I had the pleasure of hosting an exchange student from Armenia, his country still hates the Turks for what they did. They got away with it and to date, they have not been held accountable for their war crimes. The Armen…
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The Armenians were a Christian people living in the predominantly Muslim Ottoman (Turkish) Empire. About half of them lived in Eastern Anatolia, where they were mainly smallscale farmers. Some of the other Armenians were clustered in the main cities of Turkey in Europe, especially Istanbul. It is sa…
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The Armenians (Armenian: Հայեր, Hayer) are a nation and an Indo-European ethnic group originating in the Caucasus and eastern Anatolia.The Armenians are one of the ancient people on the world (4000~5000 years).The rich country was always what other countries and kingdoms would dye to rule.Armen…
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Armenia:is one of the oldest countries in the world.It is a very natural country and has very beautiful views mostly it's green mountains all over the land ,it's a very peaceful country. Armenia is a small (former Soviet) republic is the southern Caucaus bordering on Turkey from west ,Azerbayjan fr…
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Answer The Armenian Genocide was an extremely tragic event in which Armenians were butchered, massacred, and killed. The Armenian Genocide was carried out by the "Young Turk" government of the Ottoman Empire in 1915-1916 (with subsidiaries to 1922-23). One and a half million Armenians were kille…
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Answer 1 The Armenian Genocide was a mass killing of 1.5 million Armenians starting April 24th, 1915. I know that this actually happened because my great grandmother was in it and survived it, and is alive to this day. People try to deny that it was ever a Genocide, and even deny that it ever happe…
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The people involved in the Armenian Genocide were: The "Young Turk" government of the Ottoman Empire The Armenians were the victims of the Ottoman Turks Pontic Greeks and Assyrians were also targeted by the Ottoman Turks
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The Young Turks in 1915 had very nationalistic ideas in spreading the Ottoman Empire and creating a Pan Turkic nation by removing the Armenians, taking their belongings and land. While the rest of the WORLD was busy with WWI, they achieved what they set out to do by first executing any of the men th…
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1915-1916
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That took place in Turkey.The Armenian Genocide took place in Armenia and around Southeastern Europe killing over 60% of the Armenian population.
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Turkey didn't want any Armenian on the Earth ......Just one in the museum.... Thats what Enver Pasha said.
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Turkey didnt get involved in the Armenian Genocide Turkey opens offical archives but Armenia doesn't. WHY___?? --- Ive also come to notice that Ottoman Head of Military, a German General, Liman von Sanders wrote as: -These traitorius people should be driven out of Turkish populated lands where the…
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About 1.5 million Armenians were systematically exterminated by the Ottoman Turks between 1915 and 1917 and there were further massacres in 1922. This crime was committed on historical Armenian lands where they lived for thousands of years. The Ottoman Empire, under the leadership of the Young Turk…
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Most scholars believe that Jesus spoke Aramaic, not Armenian.
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The difference between the holocaust and the Armenian Genocide is that Armenians were from Turkey (Asia Minor) and the Caucasus. The victims of the Holocaust were Jews.
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From 1915 till today, it will not be over till every Armenian is slayn!
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no This is arguable... it is an opinion...I believe it could have been prevented because World War 1 had greatly weakened the Armenians and the war had prevented other countries who had wanted to help from helping because they had little monet and supplies to spare.
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The Armenian genocide lasted for 2 years from 1915 to 1917. Of the 2 million Armenians there were in the Ottoman Empire about 1.5 million died during the genocide.
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She was born in America (California to be more exact) and her mom is English and Scottish and her dad is Italian. I hope this helped you!
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Between 100000 nd 200000
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It was the Ottoman governmen'ts systemetic extermination of Armenians. It started from 24 April 1924 when Otoman authority rounded up, started arresting and deporting 235 to 270 Armenian intellecual and community leaders from Constantinople to Ankara and later killed them. The genocide was carried o…
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Serzh Sargsyan (Սերժ Սարգսյան) is the President of Armenia, having assumed office on 2008 April 9. He won the 2008 February presidential election as chairman of the Republican Party.
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One reason was that Turky felt that they were a threat to them. Turkey thought that they would join up with Russia and fight against them in the war. Also, it was a culture that the Turkish thought would threaten their own. Also because Turkey was jealous of Armenia. After the genocide, they took o…
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April 24, 1915 the killings/wars/sneakiness happened over the years, and so this is the official day
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In the Ottoman empire.
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Almost 7 years. From April 1915 to beginning of 1922
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Armenian people
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The Otoman Turks (by religion Muslim) wanted to wipe out Christians of neighboring Armenia
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not treated well by UN. Press and public reacted well
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Answer Amazon Books has a number of books that tell of the Garoghlanians. You might also try your local bookstores and libraries. It is not clear to me whether this is a fictional family or if there is/was an actual tribe by this name. Isabel From WikiPedia 'William Saroyan (August 31, 1908 - M…
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Armenians usually have the wake or parastas inside of the Church instead of a Funeral Home because in Muslim lands they had different laws in reference to the burial of non-Muslims. The Armenian church is Orthodox and is somewhat interconnected with the Russian Orthodox tradition- the Straight truth…
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this is an imaginary tribe
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The capital city of Armenia is Yerevan, which is situated on the Hrazdan river and on the Araratian plain.Yerevan is the capital city of Armenia and it is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.
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The capital city of Nagorno-Karabakh is Stepanakert / Khankendi.
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The Armenians always spoke only Armenian as mother tongue, though have used Aramaic and other languages (dominantly Greek and Assyrian) for writing before the Armenian alphabet was invented. There was no written Armenian language before year 405.
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The Armenians are one of the most ancient people in history, they are indo-european and they have one of the most ancient civilizations in the world.
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The Armenian genocide led to the establishment of Armenian diaspora communities made up of displaced Armenians. The United States and Russia have the world's largest Armenian diaspora communities.
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the Armenian genocide ended because of the reelection in 1917
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1.5 million people died in the Armenian Genocide.
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It ended in 1917, but there were further massacres of Armenians by the Turks in 1922.
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Yes, he stated that they could acurately kill from 200m away.
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Over 500,000 Armenians fougt against the Nazi, from the Soviet Union. Five Armenian infantry divisions were formed.
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It has not been resolved, a lot of Armenians still have to be killed to resolve it.
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Because Turkey took land from Armenia during the Armenian Genocide of 1914
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Every person studies something.
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Russia, Mongolia and Kazakhstan.
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The Ottoman Empire slaughtered between 1 and 5 million Armenians during their rule. This not only wiped out entire families and generations of Armenians, but created intense hatred between the populations.
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With its position on a major migration route, and the existence of such varied terrain with a small area, Armenia has a surprisingly diverse wildlife. 346 species of birds have been officially recorded there out of 550 for the whole of Europe. These include the Caspian Snowcock, Radde's Accentor, Fi…
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During 1915 1,500,000 Armenians were massacred in the genocide, later on a couple hundred thousand more had been reached.
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Armenian cuisine includes:kebab or khorovadz which is beef barbq,soujoukh, basterma or yershig, mante, soubeureg, chiy keufe, lehmejoun, gharne yarekh, imam bayende, vartabed abour.........armenians love hot pepper shawarma & hummus are lebanese foods(I think the responder below read the questio…
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The ottoman Turks executed a planned genocide,where the young Turks sent telegrams ordering the massacre of all armenians, telling that only one Armenian must be left "To be exhibited in the museum"
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Armenia's largest ally is Russia. Some other allies are Iran and historically, Armenia had strong freindishps with Greece and France and are still quite close, especially with Greece. Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_relations_of_Armenia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenia%E2%80%93Ru…
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garoghanian tribes are american tribes
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There is proof of the Armenian Genocide because of the survivors that are recorded on tape. Anyone who denies it being a Genocide is stupid, it was a Genocide. Turks deny it and are making threats to the US to not take action or call it a Genocide.. We are allies with the Turks... There are still th…
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Armenia Georgia and Azerbaijan are the three countries of the Caucass and were a part of the soviet Union once nowadays Russia.
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The Treaty of Versailles forced Germany to give up its influence in the Ottoman region, which included Armenia. The Treaty of Sevres was meant to specifically establish peace between the Ottomans and the Allies, but it was never signed.
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The Armenian genocide began in late 1914 to 1915, when the Ottoman government first began to portray Armenians as a threat. One night in April 1915, they rounded up 250 Armenians who were influential in society and politics and imprisoned them. This was the start of the atrocities.
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The Armenian Genocide had a number of major effects. This list is nowhere near exhaustive. 1) Armenian Deaths: The Genocide resulted in approximately 1.8 million Armenian deaths, cutting a large amount out of the Armenian population and forever devastating Armenian culture, society, and families. Th…
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In Armenia, Christmas is celebrated on January 6. The traditional meal includes a Christmas pudding called Anooshaboor and ham. Dessert is dried fruits.
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See the link below for museums, monuments, buildings, areas of general interest, theaters, restaurants, clubs and stores in Yerevan.
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No. However, he was adopted and raised in the family of an Armenian mother (Clara Jobs (Hagobian), who was a survivor of Armenian-Turkish Genocide) and an American father. His biological parents are Abdulfattah John Jandali, a Syrian immigrant to the U.S, who later became a political science profess…
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there isn't only one ,but i would say Sarkissian ,Boghossian ,keshishian...
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Armenia is a country in Eastern Europe in the Southern Caucasus. Countries that border Armenia are Georgia, The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, Naxicevan, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iran at the South. Armenia is a very ancient cultural and historical country that has a history of nearly 6000 years (until 400…
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Looking for an answer to a question like this on wiki answers is pretty useless. No matter how hard you try people will be bias about it, so I recommend that you should research both sides of the story. It is really hard to get a definite answer over wikipedia, because everyone can change it. newte…
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They were Christian and the minority in the Muslim ruled country.
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It is located in the Caucasus region of Southeast Europe. It was a former Soviet republic and it divides Europe from Western Asia.
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The Armenian Genocide occurred in earnest during the years 1915-1917.
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young turk leaders
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More commonly called the Armenian Genocide of the Armenians, 1.5 to 2 million Armenians were killed in Turkey during and just after World War 1. Most of the world considers it to have been a genocide but the modern Turkish government insists the deaths were the result of widespread poverty and disru…
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Armenian populations in the Ottoman Empire suffered a massive genocide and other rights violations. Political dissenters were imprisoned and disappeared; additionally, an estimated 500,000 Armenian people died between 1915 and 1923.
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The Armenian Genocide ended when the Armenian community on the Eastern part of the land beat the Turkish in the battle of Sardarabad, consequently ended their killing rampage on Armenian soil. Most of the Armenians in western cities were killed in a systematic killing by ethnicity and many cities ca…
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Armenians were deported out of their own lands by the Turkish in the Ottomon Empire; there is no reason for anyone to be deported out of their OWN lands. The 1915 Genocide left 1.5 million Armenians dead; churches burnt and lands taken (ie. Mount Ararat and Masis). The Genocide is recognized by many…
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their beliefs changed dramatically they believed that if there was a god that the genocide wouldn't have happened to them.since it happened they believe their is no god
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Armenians are people just like the Americans or any other people who live on the Earth.Only Armenian people are eveywhere around the earth because of what Turkish people did about 100 of years ago. The Armenian people are also very kind and probably the best people you can ever meet during your life…
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The Armenians and the Turks. ---- What is known as Armenian genocide is skirmishes between Turkish and Armenian villages which was started by French and Russian support. In both sides villages burnt, women raped and slaughtered. Turks got pictures, Armenians got pictures. Wikipedia shows Armenian …
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Republic Of Armenia
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Armenia is in conflict with Azerbaijan.
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Only about 900,000 Armenians survived the Armenian Genocide.
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The Armenian genocide and the Holocaust were similar in that people were tortured and killed because of their nationality. There were often no other reason than someone being Armenian, or Jewish, just because of that there were those who thought they should die.
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The Turkish people were paranoid that the Armenian people were taking sides against them in World War I. In 1915, they began a ruthless campaign of slaughtering the Armenian people. At first, they began killing able-bodied men; by the time they had finished they had killed nearly 1.5 million Armenia…
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In 1915, when the Armenian Genocide occurred there were many Armenians living in certain regions of the Ottoman Empire, which are currently parts of Turkey. Because of conflicts of religion and also because the Ottoman Turkish government was afraid the Armenians may possibly become too powerful or a…
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Armenia is located in the Middle East. It lies to the south of Georgia, the west of Azerbaijan, and the east of Turkey.
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Yes. To learn more, look up true stories about the Armenian Genocide.
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It lasted from 1915-1917 and there were further massacres in 1922. An estimated 1.2 million Armenians were slaughtered by the Turks.
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No it still is happeninng No it still is happeninng No it still is happeninng -- Or there was no genocide.
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Turkey is an important ally of the U.S. and other Western nations, and so their governments have likewise been reluctant to condemn the long-ago killings. In March 2010, a U.S. Congressional panel at last voted to recognize the genocide. Samuel Troten in TEACHING ABOUT GENEOCIDE wrote: "" The traum…
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please specify which community. UN, Press, Writers, Sudanese, Human right organisation etc etc. View of one from the others differ sustantially. UN showed sympathy, sent peace keepers, but officially did not recognise Genocide. Killing is there till today (though occsional and sporadic), displacemen…
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Becouse turkey is stupid.
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The Armenian Genocide is a historical truism.Most of the civilized world acknoweleges it. The Turks have been denying it because they do not want the world to realize their mongol mentality of cruel behavior to their minorities,but the world knows.With a illiteratcy of 70%,the country has been playi…
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Green is called ganach in Armenian
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The oldest mention of the Armenian people date from the 6th century BC, but the oldest surviving text of the Armenian language dates from the 5th century BC.
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The Turkish goal for the Armenian Genocide was the rise of Ottoman power progress. The perpetrators of this treatment was the Young Turks.
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Pari Egak
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