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    and simply people were sharing their knowledge about that event. In the introduction part of the film the look was taken on who was the Armenians and their ancient history as well as was explained their culture and religion. In the 15-th century Armenia was conquered and became the part of Ottoman Empire. The legal position for the minorities of Ottoman Empire wasn’t pleasant, everyone should obey to the sultan and to his laws, pay high taxes and other similar policies…

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    years ago. Genocides are still taking place today but we have to remember the ones that have happened. Millions of innocent Armenians died. Today we commemorate this genocide with Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day on April 24. This is observed in Armenia and the Nagoro-Karabakh Republic. Remember those who have…

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    In fact, when it comes to the foreign affairs, the Armenian genocide remains a controversial issue. Reconciliation between Armenia and Turkey is unlikely to come in the near future because the Turkish government still exercises an uncompromising policy of genocide denial. Although the world’s outlook on the issue of the Armenian genocide has yet to reach a consensus, these three…

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    Genocide is a word used to describe the destruction of a nation or ethnic group. The word being derived from the Greek word genos meaning “race” and the Latin word cide meaning “killing”. The Armenian genocide, although covered up, was particularly brutal. The Ottoman Turks had a lot to do with the genocide taking place, the murders were brutal and the Ottoman Turks and Turkish people today have had a lot of control over the aftermath. At the time, the Ottoman Turks had just entered World War I…

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    The Armenian Genocide

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    The Armenian Genocide, started on April 24, 1915 and lasted until 1918. It was known as the first genocide of the modern world and contributes to the understanding of the nature of violence in modern history. To understand the nature of violence in this genocide, there must be a clear interpretation of the meaning. The World Health Organisation defines violence as ‘the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself, another person, or against a group or…

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    Through any assimilation or acculturation process, it is difficult to let go of what is important to you and the culture you come from. In both assimilation and acculturation, the minority group of individuals is being integrated into the majority group. The different between the two is that assimilation leads to the culture losing their ties and become indistinguishable with the majority culture. On the other hand, acculturation keeps the ties of their culture and making themselves distinct as…

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    into slave work until they died. The Turks would find any way to get rid of the Armenians. There were plenty of ways they torchered the Armenians. Mostly because they were jealous of the fact that, Armenians had money, education, and a nice life. Armenia became the first nation to accept Christianity as their state religion. The first invasion…

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    thousand years the Armenian people had a made a home for themselves in Eurasia. For some of that time the kingdom was a self governed area but, generally, control of the land moved starting with one realm then onto the next. Amid the fifteenth century, Armenia was consumed into the Ottoman Empire. The rulers of the Ottoman Empire were muslim and highly prejudiced against non-muslims and considered them to be second-class citizens. Non-muslims, such as the Armenians who were Christian, were…

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    Armenian Genocide "Who, after all, speaks of the annihilation of the Armenians?" Hitler once said this when addressing the Nazi army about the upcoming genocide of millions of Jews. A genocide is the systematic killing of a group of people based on religion, race, or culture. Genocides are crucial to our past, as well as crucial to our future. However, not many people are aware of the Armenian Genocide. The Armenian Genocide was the mass killing of 1.5 million Christian Armenians. People…

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    restriction and strong bounder in a country limits the understanding of cultural, political and social aspects of life outside our surrounding. People who live in Iran are limited to have contact to the western world, like importing and exporting items or traveling to this countries is highly prohibited because of word war 2. This affects the people who live in Iran,by limiting their understanding and knowledge about the western . In the story ¨ kim Wilde¨ by Manjana Satrapi, she narrates her…

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