armenian genocide

Three books of many about stolen lands and the Aremenian Genocide
Liana Vardanian, April 24, 2024

In the quiet world where the weight of knowledge rests on shelves, there are moments when the stories within books shatter the silence, echoing through time and space, bearing witness to humanity's collective trauma and resilience.

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David Turshyan, April 24, 2020

Here is a centuries-old Armenian riddle by Nerses Shnorhali.

No feathers and no wings it has,
Swifter than a bird it flies,
From land to land it tours and turns,
With companions it returns.

Armenian orphans of the Near East Relief orphanage in Alexandropol (now Gyumri, Armenia)
Ani Boyadjian, March 06, 2015

One hundred years ago, on April 24th, 1915, the Ottoman Turkish government enacted a systematic policy to annihilate its Armenian population. From 1915-1930, over a million and a half souls perished.