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The Armenian Massacres in Ottoman Turkey: A Disputed Genocide by
Call Number: DS195.5 .L49 2005 (Gumberg 3rd floor)
In 1915, the Ottoman government, then run by the Young Turks, deported most of its Armenian citizens from their eastern Anatolian lands. According to reliable estimates, close to forty percent of the prewar population perished, many in brutal massacres. The Armenian Massacres in Ottoman Turkey examines the rich historical evidence without political preconceptions.
The Armenian Genocide: Cultural and Ethical Legacies by
Call Number: DS195.5 .A736 2007 (Gumberg 3rd floor)
This third volume in a series edited by Richard Hovannisian, the dean of Armenian historians, provides a unique fusion of the history, philosophy, literature, art, music, and educational aspects of the Armenian experience.
Armenian Golgotha: A Memoir of the Armenian Genocide, 1915-1918 by
Call Number: DS195.5 .P3413 2010X (Gumberg 3rd floor)
On April 24, 1915, Grigoris Balakian was arrested along with some 250 other leaders of Constantinople's Armenian community. It was the beginning of the Ottoman Empire's systematic attempt to eliminate the Armenian people from Turkey--a campaign that continued through World War I and the fall of the empire. Over the next four years, Balakian would bear witness to a seemingly endless caravan of blood, surviving to recount his miraculous escape and expose the atrocities that led to over a million deaths.
The Armenian genocide : News Accounts from the American Press: 1915-1922 by
Call Number: DR435 .A7 A75 2007X (Gumberg 1st floor)
This compilation of 200 full length articles from The New York Times and over 60 full-length articles from 14 American journals of the time reprises the day to day reporting of the genocide. Included are photographs, maps, and official documents including the Turkish Military Tribunal of 1918 that found Turkey’s former leaders guilty of ordering the Armenian massacres.
A Question of Genocide: Armenians and Turks at the End of the Ottoman Empire by
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Working together for the first time, Turkish, Armenian, and other scholars present here a compelling reconstruction of what happened and why. This volume gathers the most up-to-date scholarship on Armenian genocide, looking at how the event has been written about in Western and Turkish historiographies; what was happening on the eve of the catastrophe; portraits of the perpetrators; detailed accounts of the massacres; how the event has been perceived in both local and international contexts, including World War I; and reflections on the broader implications of what happened then.
Dzidzernagapert: the Armenian Genocide Memorial in Armenia
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