Monthly archives: July, 2020

The Cultural Armenian Genocide Continues To This Day

The Cultural Armenian Genocide

One of the components of the Armenian Genocide is cultural genocide. It did not begin and did not end in 1915-1923 but continues to this day. A hundred years ago, it was manifested toward both the Armenians of Western Armenia and other Armenian-populated regions of the Ottoman Empire, as well as toward other Christian peoples …

Church Of St. Karapet In Tigranakert Attacked By Vandals – Monuments Of Historical Armenia

Church Of St. Karapet In Tigranakert Attacked By Vandals

The historic 15th-century Armenian church and monastery of St. Karapet in the Chungush region of Tigranakert province in Western Armenia was recently plundered by treasure hunters. Residents of the surrounding areas want these structures that have stood here for centuries despite natural disasters to be restored. They hope to bring believers and tourists here. The …

Artsakh Is An Integral Part Of Armenia – Alexander Myasnikyan’s Decree From June 12, 1921

Artsakh Is An Integral Part Of Armenia

“Nagorno-Karabakh annexed to Armenia – based on the statement of the Revolutionary Committee of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Azerbaijan and the agreement reached between the governments of Armenia and the Soviet Socialist Republic of Azerbaijan, which states that Nagorno-Karabakh is currently an integral part of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Armenia.” Chairman of the …

The Tragic End Of The Comedies Of Trabzon And Batumi On June 8, 1918

The Tragic End Of The Comedies

We present to your attention an issue of the “Ashkhatank” newspaper (under the ARF Party Dashnaktsutsyun) from 1918. An excerpt from an article dated June 8! From this publication, the contradiction that existed between the Armenian National Councils of Tbilisi and Yerevan in connection with the Batumi negotiations becomes obvious. Though despite criticism, the Armenian …

Leonid Gurunts – “I Didn’t Make A Traitor”

Leonid Gurunts – “I Didn’t Make A Traitor”

Famous Armenian writer Leonid Gurunts was born in 1912. He began his creative career in Baku. After the publication of his first book titled “The Karabakh poem” (Moscow), persecution of the author began. As Gurunts himself recalls, “the appearance of the ‘Karabakh poem’… was tantamount to the most unheard of crime. I ended up on …

“Rock Paintings Of Syunik”

“Rock Paintings Of Syunik”

The documentary “Rock Paintingsof Syunik” by Hamlet Martiorsyan was shot in Syunik, in the crater of Mount Tskuk (3300 meters). In the film, the author presents preliminary results of the interpretation of rock-engraved characters from the Upper Paleolithic. These petroglyphs have been carved out in no later than 13th millennium BC. The ideological system of …

Be An Armenian – Garegin Nzhdeh – Quotes

Be An Armenian – Garegin Nzhdeh – Quotes

“Be an Armenian, first and foremost an Armenian because the Armenian throughout his history was more human than an Armenian, and it is for this reason that his tragedy was unparalleled.” “All great deeds, victories are the eagle fights of the nations’ spirits. The new Armenian woman should realize this and strive to become an …

Taraz – The Image Of An Armenian Woman

Taraz – The Image Of An Armenian Woman

The house-museum of famous ethnographer and artist Lusik Aguletsi has gathered connoisseurs of Armenian culture, as well as young and modern designers, future historians, and philologists. Among them was me, a woman who had lived for a long time outside her historical homeland and who wanted to learn more about national traditions. This time, the …

Mikael Nalbandyan – When Is One Moral?

Mikael Nalbandyan – When Is One Moral?

“A person is moral when he cannot even have a desire to commit a crime – not out of fear of authorities but because of high consciousness and solidarity. After the thought of a crime has arisen, whether a person committed it or not, he is an immoral person for us, for if not for …

People And Their Fates – Armenian Genocide

People And Their Fates – Armenian Genocide

During the attack of the British troops on the forefronts of the Turks, Artashes Hambartsumyan was in the ranks of the British dressed in Scottish uniform. In documents, his name was abbreviated to Hambi. The task of Artash was to find Armenian orphans in Turkish families and transport them to Europe. About twenty orphans, who …

Azerbaijan places its artillery batteries near civilians

Azerbaijan places its artillery batteries

Azerbaijan has deployed its own artillery batteries close to the peaceful population and settlements so as to direct the retaliatory fire of the Armenian side at its own population. Ադրբեջանը սեփական հրետանային մարտկոցները տեղադրել է խաղաղ բնակչության մոտ, բնակավայրերում, որպեսզի հայկական կողմի պատասխան կրակն ուղղվի սեփական բնակչության վրա։ Russian Азербайджан разместил свои артиллерийские батареи возле …

The 12,000 Years Old Hasankeyf Destroyed In Turkey

The 12,000 Years Old Hasankeyf

The 12,000-year-old Hasankeyf, one of the oldest areas of the western Turkish province of Batman, was destroyed in front of everyone. The site was flooded with concrete, which marked the creation of the “New Face” of Hasankeyf. According to the “Anatolia” news agency, yesterday, after the State Hydraulic Works (DSİ) completed the construction of the …