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“No” to the Ridiculous Term “Ancient Turkey”

“No” to the Ridiculous Term “Ancient Turkey”

To have the British Museum rename the “Ancient Turkey” hall “Anatolia and Urartu“, an Armenian Zepyur Batikyan organized a serious campaign to collect signatures in order to acknowledge the falsification of the history of Armenia and the whole humanity. It happened in 2016. Justice was partially restored. The non-existent term “Ancient Turkey” was condescendingly replaced …

Armenian Highlands, the Historical Homeland of Armenians

Each nation is geographically tied to some piece of a land. As for Armenians, they have two homelands – one historical and one inherited from political injustice. Today, the latter’s area is equal to the area of the modern Kiev region. The historical homeland of the Armenians is the Armenian Highlands, which can be called …

The Artsakh Province – Ancient Armenia

The Artsakh Province – Ancient Armenia

The 10th province of Greater Armenia Artsakh (Արցախ), Tsavdeits province, Minor Syunik, included the eastern part of the reservoir of Lake Sevan (Tsavdek or Sodk) before the 4th century. The lands of Artsakh mainly belonged to the Kur river’s reservoir while its south was a part of the Araks’ (Eraskh) reservoir, except for the eastern …

Another slap in the face of Azerbaijanis

Another slap in the face of Azerbaijanis

The video presented below and broadcast on Italian television is called “Another slap in the face of Azerbaijanis”. This refers to the process of mediocre search for national identification by the Azerbaijani agitprop. In the post-Soviet states, media of Russia spreads information supporting the falsification of the history of Azerbaijan, which was invented by Soviet …

Concealment of the Origins of Armenian Artifacts

Concealment of the Origins of Armenian Artifacts

Undoubtedly, Armenia and the Armenian Highlands are the most interesting historical places on earth. This makes Armenians happy and proud even though some of their valuable artifacts are found during excavations on the territories of the Armenian Highlands that are not a part of the modern Republic of Armenia. That’s because all these finds are …

Civilization and Arts of Armenia – Maximillien de Lafayette

Civilization and Arts of Armenia - Maximillien de Lafayette

Internet publisher Lulu.com published three books by Maximillien de Lafayette on the cultural, social, religious, and artistic heritage of Armenia (Civilization and Arts of Armenia from Pre-History to the Present Day: Its Culture, Society, Stars, Artists and Celebrities). The book is named “Civilization and Arts of Armenia from Pre-History to the Present Day: its Culture, …

Our Roots Are Our Histories

The need for national unity as the main formula for the successful historical development of an independent Armenian state and statehood is quite significant. Why is a Day of National Identity a thing now? It should have not only gained state status long ago but also be the primary Armenian national holiday. After all, one …

Demolition of Armenian Monuments in Armenian Highlands

Demolition of Armenian Monuments in Armenian Highlands

Destruction of antique memorials preserving the history of Armenia in the neighboring countries of the Republic of Armenia still continues. For the entire period of its 100-year existence, Azerbaijan’s government has been actively seeking its non-existent origins in the ancient geographical locality, which with “help” of Stalin and the Turks was created and called Azerbaijan …

The Black Book of Turkish Crimes

“The Black Book” is a book-accusation in which famous foreigners talk about Turkish crimes of the late 19th century and Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire in 1915. Those events resulted in the extermination of two million Armenians, plunder, and appropriation of all property of the civilian population. No indigenous people were left in Western …

Extermination of Khachkars in Julfa, Nakhichevan

For a long time, Armenians constituted the significant part of the population of the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic, the landlocked exclave of Azerbaijan. But at the beginning of the third millennium, only the remnants of Armenian architecture and numerous cemeteries reminded of this former presence, the largest of which was a graveyard near the city of …

Turkish Anti-Armenian Propaganda

There have been some tendencies to conceal the origin of Armenian settlements and locations. For example, Armenian Highlands are now more known as Eastern Anatolia thanks to the anti-Armenian propaganda of Turkey’s government. In another article, we have spoken about the possible Russian attempts to associate Armenians with the nations of North Caucasus, which is …

Emile Artin (Artinyan) – The Creator of the Contemporary General Algebra

Emile Artin (Artinyan) - The Creator

Emil Artin (Artinian) (Emil Artin) (March 3, 1898, Vienna – December 20, 1962, Hamburg) was an outstanding mathematician. Emil Artin created modern general algebra (together with E. Noether). The works of Emil Artin constitute a significant part of the famous “Modern algebra” (now simply “Algebra”) of van der Waerden. Particularly important is Artin’s contribution to …

The Armenians Are Not Caucasians

The Armenians Are Not Caucasians

Recently, many Russians and Armenians of Russia call the Armenians the peoples of the Caucasus, but we should know that this is not entirely true. According to Wikipedia, Armenia is geographically located in the Caucasus, and this article will discuss the possible political arguments underlying this classification. The republics of the North Caucasus are Russian …

Arab Book About the Armenian Genocide

Arab Book About the Armenian Genocide

In 2015 in Egypt, an Arab book about the Armenian Genocide was published. It is based on hitherto secret documents and extracts of orders of Turkish officials, eyewitnesses and executors of the most terrible crime committed 100 years ago in the Middle East. The authors of the publication are Arab scientists Samir Arbash and Nabil …

Tchibo, the Coffee Company of Carl Tchilinghiryan and Max Herz

Tchibo, the Coffee Company of Carl Tchilinghiryan and Max Herz

Armenian-German entrepreneur Carl Tchilinghiryan was born on February 27, 1910 in Hamburg in the family of Karapet and Erna Tchilinghiryans. After graduating from a local university as an accountant, Tchilinghiryan engaged in business selling dried fruits, dates, cacao, figs, and tea. His activity has been very successful, making him one of the wealthiest businessmen of …