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  1. Amnesia and the Armenian Genocide
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2015
    A century after the methodically planned, organized, and executed destruction of the Anatolian Armenians, this article revisits the causes of this genocide and recognizes its importance for understanding the present.
  2. The Armenian, Assyrian and Greek genocides: An inconvenient truth
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2010
    It is the genocide deniers -- the rulers and lobbies of the U.S., Turkey, Israel, and Azerbaijan -- who are the ones impeding progress. Their denial, duplicity and audacity do not mean that the genocides# victims and their heirs have been defeated. Denying the truth does not invalidate it. Fictional Turkish #reconciliation# initiatives foisted upon Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks will never take the place of genuine atonement and restitution, which are necessary for true progress to be made.
  3. The Christian Genocide During the Ottoman Empire Sounds a Dark Warning for the Future
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2019
    Review and discussion of The Thirty-Year Genocide: Turkey’s Destruction of Its Christian Minorities 1894-1924 by Benny Morris and Dror Zeevi.
  4. ISIS Destroys Memorial & Church of Armenian Genocide in Der Zor, Syria
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2014
    ISIS has destroyed the on-site monument to the Armenian people who perished in the deserts of Der Zor in the Genocide of 1915. The church and memorial contained irreplaceable bones of the martyred dead.
  5. Judgment unto Truth
    An Armenian Memory

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1989
    Jernazian was born in Turkish Armenia in 1890 and lived there until he was forced to flee in 1922. This autobriography tells of a way of life in those years now destroyed forever. His sensitive and engrossing account weaves together his personal experiences with the history of his people at the end of the Ottoman Empire. He bears witness to the treatment of the Armenian people and their desperate defence.
  6. Perspectives From Exile
    Lucine Kasbarian

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 2016
    Examines the political cartoons of Lucine Kasbarian, whose work unflinchingly chronicles the intergovernmental relationship between Armenia, Turkey and the United States of America, the history of the Armenian Genocide, and the persistent denial of those crimes against humanity of over one hundred years ago.

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