Day archives: May 29th, 2019

Kostandin IV – King of Cilicia

Kostandin IV – King of Cilicia

“…After two unsuccessful reigns, the Armenians recognized the son of their commander Baldwin, one of the descendants of the Rubenid dynasty, as the King of Cilicia. The new king, Kostandin IV, with all his great talents and with all the desire in the world, could not avoid the struggle with the Muslims who hated Christian …

Charents and Sevak in Hindi

Charents and Sevak in Hindi

Indian literary critic Dr. Suman Keshari studies the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire and translates the works of Armenian authors, including Yeghishe Charents, Hovhannes Tumanyan, Daniel Varuzhan, and Paruyr Sevak, to Hindi so that Indians can get acquainted with Armenian literature. “When I first learned about the Armenian Genocide, I realized that for some …

May 28, 1919, Yerevan – Parade of Our Unity

May 28, 1919, Yerevan

The photograph presented below depicts a festive procession from Abovyan Street (former Astafyan) to the building of the Parliament of the Republic of Armenia. This procession was headed by a woman in a car dressed in black and wearing a black veil, which symbolized Armenia’s bloody past. Immediately behind her car was another, with a …

Garegin Nzhdeh About Traitors Among Armenians

Garegin Nzhdeh About Traitors

“In the Armenian world is playing out a tragedy unprecedented in history, the actors and performers of which are violence, the living tools of this violence represented by scum from among Armenians, and the Armenian people as the victim of this violence. Every time, when the fatal confluence of political circumstances allowed foreigners to dominate …