Monthly archives: November, 2018

Only Armenians Have Preserved Their Ethnic Homogeneity and Language – Heinrich Hübschmann

Only Armenians Have Preserved

“Among the numerous nations that have inhabited the northwestern part of Western Asia since ancient times, practically only the Armenians have preserved their ethnic homogeneity and language to this day. Not with ease, not without visible efforts, and not in conditions of peaceful existence, but as a result of a long and exhausting struggle against …

The Kurds of Kars Live Under the Roofs of Armenians

The Kurds of Kars

The Kurds of Kars confess: “We still live under the roofs of Armenians.” This is written by Turkish media. Is this good for us Armenians, or bad? The good news is that the Kurds themselves – who have actively participated in the Armenian Genocide a hundred years ago – show that they aren’t appropriating the …

Who is Opposed to a Powerful Armenia?

Who is Opposed to a Powerful Armenia?

Below is an excerpt from the fundamental work “The Clash of Civilizations” of American political scientist Samuel Huntington published in 1996. “Representatives of the Armenian Diaspora also had a noticeable political influence on the governments of the countries that had become their second homelands. The largest Armenian communities in the United States are located in …

Dendropark of Leonowicz in Stepanavan – Armenia

Dendropark of Leonowicz in Stepanavan

In the 1930s, Polish biologist Edmund Leopoldowicz Leonowicz – a native of Tbilisi, Georgia – visited Armenia. He was fascinated by its nature and decided to establish an arboretum here. In 1933, he brought his project of the arboretum to fruition near Stepanavan in Lori Province. The arboretum would be officially named “Sochut Dendropark named …

The Turks Discovered an Armenian Church in Historical Armenia

The Turks Discovered an Armenian Church in Historical Armenia

In the territory of modern Turkey, archaeologists discovered an ancient Armenian church and a reservoir located in the territory of the historical fortress Bayburt (Armenian name: “Baberd”, tert.am). According to the Armenian “Haytert” newspaper, the governor of the province Ali Amza Pelivan noted that more than 150 artifacts had been discovered in the territory of …

Armenia – The Dark Years of the 1990s

Armenia – The Dark Years of the 1990s

The years from 1992 to 1995 are referred to by Armenians differently: years of cold, hunger, or hopelessness… But the most common and comprehensive name is “the dark years.” Due to the war in Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh), Armenia ended up in a complete blockade. Transit gas supplies to Armenia through Azerbaijan were blocked. Railways were frozen: …