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    Safavids Research Paper

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    finally entered Tiblisi in 1799 and made it part of Russia in 1801. This led to prolonged wars between Iran and Russia from 1804-1813 and 1826-1828. Iran lost territories to the Russian Empire, comprising modern day Georgia, Dagestan, Azerbaijan and Armenia during the Russo-Persian Wars. As a result, large migrations took place from the Caucasian regions to Iran. In 1864 until the early 20th century, another exodus of Caucasian Muslims took place as a result of the Russian victory in the…

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    The Mongols Impact

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    The Mongols Impact on the World In the thirteenth century, a small tribe from the grassland in modern day Kazakhstan called a steppe were just simple nomads at the time. However, a man named Temujin became a fearless clan leader titled Genghis Khan. He brought the nomadic people together to form the Mongols, and they conquered most of Asia. The Mongols did many terrible things during their conquering. They killed thousands of people and destroyed towns and crops, but actually, their impact was…

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    I live my life on a legacy of war survivors. My family's standards toward success have always been a key factor as I was being raised. As a young musician, my grandfather’s optimistic views deteriorated the moment he got drafted for World War II.Appointed as commander in the tanks divison, my grandfather felt his everlasting ego grow as he protected his country.The moment of victory however soon vanished when an oncoming tank shot down my grandfather’s tank, destroying everything in sight. He…

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    Comprehension Check (Page 93) The Americans had asked many questions to have more of an understanding of where she was from. The young Dumas had thought that Americans did not know a lot about geography. She had taught them how to say “I am an idiot” thinking it was a bad word. After the revolution Americans had thought they knew everything about Iran and its people and they have strong opinions about it. Summary: The story “With a little help from my friends” is an excerpt from a non-fiction…

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    Title: “Four Gospels in Armenian” Artist: Scribe Margar for the Monastery of St. George at Mokk’ Date created: 1434/35 Country of origin: Armenia Medium: Tempera and gold on paper; stamped leather binding. Size: Overall: 11 1/16 x 7 5/8 x 3 3/8 in. (28.1 x 19.4 x 8.5 cm) Describe it in a few sentences: The “Four Gospels in Armenian” were in a glass casing so I had no way to turn the page. I was very interested in seeing the entire book because of the beauty in the two pages shown. The colors…

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    Entrepreneur Interview by Tadeh Gharib Who and Why? Onnik Mehrabian is one of the most successful and well known entrepreneurs in Glendale, a suburb in the greater Los Angeles area, and the city where I have lived for over 15 years since my family came to the United States. As a businessman and philanthropist, he has made a huge impact on the community over the course of about two decades by providing affordable transportation for consumers regardless of their income as well as creating many…

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    his new Russian wife had become a second mother to the little child. The events begin to get intense when Ashen’s mother’s brother in a gang fight, following by the assassination of the killer, which is the point when the conflict breaks between Armenia and Azerbaijani. Ashen’s mother is forced to hand over her to her father for her own safety. Following the climax of the film in which the two gang fights and Armenians being killed by Azerbaijani citizens, Ashen survives at a cost of losing her…

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    DEATH WAY TO SYRIA ________________________________________________________ Abo and Karo wake up to there fathers blood on the floor as my mom is screaming me and Karo we run out the door. There is a whole turkish army burning and killing all of armenia my uncle zaphyn was dragged out of his house and a turkish soldier took a knife and cuts his head blood splatters all over the place. And screaming from everywhere some running and shot and some escape as we dart toards the woods as we bump into…

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    Self-identity is extremely important to one’s personal life. Identity is an image, idea, group, or culture that people associate with. What makes identity so unique is that every person creates their own identity. Although it is greatly influenced by one’s environment, it is ultimately the person them self that decides the type of identity they want to be associated with. For example, one might grow up in a neighbourhood that is known for the high rates of crime. As a result, it is very easy for…

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    The children had no knowledge of Armenia, Peter did not even know where it would be on a map. They had no tangible connection to the place, no memories, save for the cryptic folktales Peter’s grandmother would tell and the cuisine. The adults, though American by residence, were Armenian…

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