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    Armenian Culture Essay

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    For the last one hundred years, the Armenian people have existed as a diaspora spread around the world. This is due to the fact that in 1915 the Ottoman Empire began a campaign with the intention of ethnically cleansing the nation of all Other. The Armenians have long held a position of “Otherness” in the world. Being a Christian people in a Muslim empire, sharing a religion but not a cultural history with a northern neighbor, and appearing white but having traits of the “Oriental” has made the Armenian people exist are cultural and racial borderlands. In this paper, I am going to look at the migration of Armenians from the Ottoman Empire to Western Europe, with a focus on the United States, between the years of 1890 and 1915. In a time…

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    The Armenian Genocide

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    The denial of the Armenian genocide has been a problem for many of the Armenian people around the world. It is not only an issue of Armenian-Turkish relations, but also an issue of Armenian relations with the rest of the world. It has become a serious issue for Armenia becoming a part of the first world. The essence of the Turkish denial of the genocide includes collusion with other governments as well as using media outlets to aid their cause. Understanding the issues that are being denied is a…

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    Armenian Genocide Essay

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    Many people have heard of the Armenian Genocide, but not many people know the sinister methods the Turks used to kill the Armenians. A genocide is a systematic, planned mass murder of a particular group. This time, The Turkish government wanted to eliminate the Armenian population of Turkey. Armenia became part of the Ottoman Empire during the 15th century, meaning that the Turks controlled Armenia. In 1908, the Young Turks took over the government. After years of being discriminated, the…

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    Armenian Genocide

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    As citizen’s of a modern society, it is our responsibility to acknowledge the disturbing actions of our past, avoiding ignorance in order to preserve peace and prevent future loss of life, therefore, it is crucial that the Armenian Genocide should be recognized by everyone as premeditated genocide. In the shadow of World War I, one of the world’s first systematic genocides transpired within the Ottoman Empire. From 1908 to 1922 the Turkish government arrested, executed, and deported over 1.5…

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    The Armenian Genocide was an atrocity that took place during World War One. It features the Armenians as the victims and the Turks as the oppressors. Although the death toll is not official because of the conflicting results regarding it, there was somewhere in the neighborhood between one to one and a half million Armenians that were slaughtered, starved, or tortured to death between 1915 and 1923. However, some people in Turkey deny the killing of the Armenian people and even are so extreme…

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    The Armenian Holocaust

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    The Armenian Holocaust was a time of pure and utter despair, it was a brutal genocide that killed approximately 1.5 million people. It took place in the Ottoman Empire; the Turkish Armenians wanted to make the empire thoroughly Turkish and they especially wanted to get the Christian Armenians out of the empire. As a result, there were massacres and deportations that ended in many deaths of horrific exterminations. The exterminations consisted of torturing, enslavement, and deportations with no…

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    “It was not war. It was most certainly massacre and genocide, something the world must remember” (Beilin). Beginning in 1915, the Turkish government created a plan to massacre Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire (History.com Staff). Armenians were taken from homes, arrested, and executed. Those who survived were forced to go on death marches through the Mesopotamian desert without desired resources. Armenians were abused both mentally and physically, causing thousands to die in only the first…

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    completely eliminated in 1923. The now Turkish republic encountered a lot of Armenian population who were a minority because they consisted Christian and the turks were an islamic based people with a hate for the Armenians. The victims were Armenian people because they were christian based population. The young turks were a islamic based population and did not agree with the ways of the Armenians and committed the genocide. Armenians were a really religious group associated with the religion…

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    The Armenians were treated very poorly, killed in many different ways and the Turkification had begun. The Turkish government had declared war on the Ottoman Empire. Armenians were arrested and sent on death marches out into the Mesopotamian desert with no food or water during World War I. The Turkification campaign had begun. They consisted of government squads of the Turkish. Their job was to kidnap Armenian children and convert them into Islam. Once that is complete they gave them to Turkish…

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    who again are Armenian but this is not said explicitly. There will also be scenes showing the deportation of the Armenians from the Caucus region, but not any atrocities. In the final battle the hero will be in a bunker with his friends and a grenade is thrown through the window, wanting to save his friends the hero throws himself on top of the grenade. Exploding beneath him, he is comatose for the rest of the war. Escaping with only the loss of one of his eyes and a body full of shrapnel. He is…

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