CHAPTER 1: History


Since the second half of the 19th century, Armenians living in the west side of Armenia (under the control of turks), as well as all the Armenians, Greeks and other ethnic minorities living in turkey, were constantly subjected to massacres ordered by sultan hamid, known as the “red sultan”. Reason? Small protests against the tyrannies of the sultan, led by the turks, to whom joined small numbers of Armenians and other ethnic minorities, as a result of which died many more than the original participants.…

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CHAPTER 2: The Cover Up

Armenians killed by Turks.

By 1914, the young turks were in total control. However, the world was in a panic. The first World War was going to start. By 1915, there was turmoil. The young turks viewed this as a great opportunity to do something about the Armenians…something terrible…and get away with it by blaming it on the War; and, finally they came up with the most inhuman and murderous solution: GENOCIDE. What is genocide? The Convention on the Prevention of the Crimes of Genocide (resolution 260 III of…

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Chapter 3: The Murder

In the eve of April 24, 1915, the darkest night in the Armenian history, the young turks put the word out on the streets that turkey was at war and needed the helping hand of the “fellow” Armenians, aged 16 to 60. Armenians feeling grateful to the young turks for providing them a the promised “good life”, followed the turks, “blindly”, in the back of trucks with covers on them…so they wouldn’t know where the turks were taking them. Little did they know that their…

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CHAPTER 4: Where is Everyone

Those who were fortunate enough to stay alive, migrated to the Middle East: Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan; and many others to Bulgaria, England, France, Italy and a very few to the United States of America. And so Armenians were scattered all around, each one of them with a heart filled with grief for the loss of loved ones, each one with anger and pain in there souls. All with a single horrifying nightmare, filled with blood. All with the agony of the…

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CHAPTER 5: The Revenge

Have we sought revenge? throughout the years, there have been some who have taken the law in their own hands and punished the murderous turks responsible: Tehlirian, who, for months followed talaat pasha (the person who had Tehlirian’s family murdered in front of him), all the way up to Germany, to put a bullet through the devil’s head. Tehlirian was acquitted after months of trials and courts… The “Lisbon Five”; five heroic Armenian youths set out from Lebanon to Lisbon, with the mission of capturing…

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– Here ends the tragic tale of the 1.5 million Armenian martyrs. Who fell victim to the first genocide of our century. We cherish their memories as we pray for their souls. But we the living dedicate this testament to all Armenian parents They who miraculously survived the carnage. Orphaned in 1915 Yet children with no childhood Scattered in all corners of the world How they created a new life Is beyond the ability of any historian’s account. That a people, prosecuted, abused, orphaned Could…

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ADANAYI GODORADZUH (Godoradzn Ankout) Godoradzn ankout, Hayeruh togh lan. Anabad tartsav shkegh Adanan, Gragn ou sour-uh yev ankheeghdj talan Roupenyants doun-uh akh, erin veran. Al mee dar louysud baydzar arekag, Lousin, shourch gabeh toon souki manyag, Antsav mer yergren haravi khorshig, Chortsoots tormetsoots dzar dzaghig hamag. Robeh muh chantsav ou hayots kheghdjer, Eengadz sourin dag khoujanin ahegh, Jamern oo tbrotsk potsi mech goran, Piyouravor hayer ankhna meran. Anzka anoren vad-uh vorp toghouts, Zavag-uh mormen, hars-uh eer pesen, djevadn anzkam, adil-uh ktsoots, Geran gshdatsan hayou arune.…

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