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Armenian Genocide at a Glance

A brief timeline of the Armenian Genocide with key dates and facts


Still Alive: Genocide Survivors Today

According to official statistics there are 33 Genocide survivors living in Armenia today. They are, of course, very old and memory mostly fails them, but they remain beautiful and strong at heart. Most of them have children, grand children and even great grandchildren and live with their families, who owe their lives to these elders’ struggle and ultimate survival.


Facing Historical Truth: A Turkey Historian’s Perspective on Genocide

By Erik-Jan Zürcher

On the occasion of the centenary of the Armenian Genocide, someone like me, who sees himself as a historian of Turkey in the 20th century, has to speak out.


24 Unusual Ways to Commemorate Genocide Centennial

The 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide is upon us, marked by a myriad of big-name initiatives and events put on by governments and official organizations. However, for many Armenians the Centennial is not just a show of strength and national solidarity, but also a deeply personal milestone. We’ve put together an overview of some of the most unusual and sometimes quirky ways in which ordinary people have chosen to commemorate the Centennial the world over.

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