Friday, October 31, 2014

A Synopsis

Read a synopsis of  the Armenian history from its formation through the horrors of the Armenian Genocide. [enter]

- GENOCIDE MAP 

 

Genocide Recognition

Nations worldwide and several states of the U.S. have passed resolutions recognizing the Armenian Genocide despite of Turkish government’s consistent campaign of denial of the official recognition of the Armenian Genocide, especially by Western powers. [enter]

- Pending U.S. Genocide Resolution
- U.S. STATE GENOCIDE RECOGNITION

 

U.S. Presidential Statements

United States Presidents have referenced the Hamidian massacres of 1894-1896 and the Armenian Genocide in various forms. [enter]

 

Teach Genocide

TeachGenocide.org is a website designed specifically for school teachers, providing resources for teaching about the Armenian Genocide. [enter]

 

U.S. Official Records

Quotes and documents that informed U.S. officials in Washington, D.C., by U.S. consuls and the American Ambassador in Constantinople, about the massacres of the Armenians. [enter]

 

Accounts of Denial

Professors Roger Smith, Eric Markusen and Robert Lifton discuss “Professional Ethics and Denial of the Armenian Genocide” Read article

Briefing Paper: Fighting Genocide Denial Read article

The Southern Poverty Law Center Expose :The State of Denial
Read article

 

Quotes

Quotes stated by heads of states and witnesses of the first genocide of the 20th century, the Armenian Genocide. [enter]   

 

Reference Materials

This section contains background and research materials for use by both teachers and students. [enter]

- ARTICLES
- GENOCIDE WEBSITES

 
 

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