Monthly archives: December, 2018

Andrey Nuykin – “My Pain is Karabakh”

Andrey Nuykin - “My Pain is Karabakh”

The book “My Pain – Karabakh” by Andrey Nuikin describes how a group of Moscow writers, driven by notions of justice and duty, arrived in Stepanakert in February 1991 and witnessed the offensive actions of the troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of USSR. Along with the people of Karabakh, the writers were humiliated …

King Aram – Tamer of 7 Wild Horses

King Aram – Tamer of 7 Wild Horses

King Aram reigned several millennia ago. Historian Movses Khorenatsi wrote: “It is said about Aram that he accomplished feats in triumphal wars and expanded the borders of Armenia in all directions. All nations began to call our homeland by his name.” The Armenian people have made up many legends about Aram. And the older a …

Graham Hancock – The Ancient Observatory Karahunj is 12.000 years old (Video)

Graham Hancock - The Ancient Observatory Karahunj

Recently was presented the film “Karktik” (Քարկտիկ, Qarktik) by director Nikolay Davtyan. The film describes an interpretation of the ancient Armenian game Karktik, as well as presents studies and remarkable data about Armenian ancestors and their knowledge. According to the authors of the film, what is shown to the audience is not an exaggeration. Rather, …

Jacques Jean Marie de Morgan – More Ancient than Europe and Greece, Armenia Keeps the Traces of Civilizations That Became Our Cradle

Jacques Jean Marie de Morgan

Jacques Jean Marie de Morgan (3 June 1857, Huisseau-sur-Cosson, Loir-et-Cher – 14 June 1924) was a French scientist, engineer, and geologist. Since the end of the 19th century, he worked as an engineer in Armenia, as well as conducted archaeological excavations in the country. In 1887-1889, he discovered 8th-century BC stone tombs in Akhtala filled …

Kristapor Ivanyan – The Father of Armenian Artillery

Kristapor Ivanyan – The Father of Armenian Artillery

Conquering the village of Ivanyan (formerly Khojalu) from where the terrorist Azerbaijani army was bombarding Armenian settlements became one of the main goals of the Armenian army at the time. After liberation, Khojalu was renamed Ivanyan in honor of the legendary military, “the father of Armenian artillery”, a Lieutenant General of the Soviet Army, and …

American Documentary “Architects of Denial” – If Artsakh Falls, The Genocide Will Be Repeated

American Documentary “Architects of Denial”

The documentary “Architects of Denial” released in 2017 tells about the events of the Armenian Genocide of 1915, as well as about Artsakh, the Nagorno-Karabakh War, massacres of Armenians in Baku, and the 2016 April War. The film also showcased several deniers of the Genocide who embarrassingly dodged the questions of journalists. Remarkably, the documentary …

How the First Armenian Republic Fell – 1920

How the First Armenian Republic Fell - 1920

Garegin Nzhdeh has an apt definition: “Having losses per se isn’t as fatal as having losses in vain. That is, not to be able to learn from past mistakes and analyze them is fatal. And even simpler: not having the ability to rethink is catastrophic. Without this, search does not have meaning. And without searching …

Russia’s Goal to Disarm Armenians – General Oganovsky, February 1915

Russia's Goal to Disarm Armenians

“Russia needs Armenia without Armenians,” wrote at the time Prince Lobanov-Rostovsky, a well-known minister of foreign affairs and a diplomat of the Russian Empire. These words, in essence, express the sentiments that prevailed in the Russian government circles and society. An exhaustive Russian point of view on the “Armenian question” was presented by General Oganovsky …