Website dedicated to Armenian genocide of 1915. Includes news, articles, photos, and references to other web resources.
Website outlines Armenian genocide losses, in the belief that better understanding the extent of the harm will help find a way forward.
Offers illustrated articles, as well as a glossary of terms, by Yuri Babayan.
Comprehensive Armenian history by Smbat Minasyan, including maps, demographics, biographies, and author's profile.
Offers published and unpublished material related to Armenia and the Armenians on a variety of topics, including literature, history, art, philosophy, and religion.
Official journal of the Mechitarist Congregation published by the Armenian Academy of San Lazzaro. Offers scholarly discourses about historical, philological, ecclesiastical, linguistic and literary topics.
Website documenting the deliberate destruction of the largest medieval Armenian cemetery at Djulfa (Old Jugha, Julfa, Culfa) in the exclave of Nakhichevan (Naxçıvan), Republic of Azerbaijan.
Features information about Arin Berd, Karmir Blur, and Shengavit settlements.
Complete history of Armenia, illustrated with maps and other information.
A project to reconstruct Ottoman Armenian town and village life.
A site dedicated to the memory of Armenian editor, journalist and columnist Hrant Dink.
An institute headquartered in Munich, Germany whose purpose is to study Armenia's problems and future through publications and through the fostering of understanding between peoples.
Includes a photo archive. Various resources about the past of Armenians and Mousa Dagh in particular where a battle for survival took place during the genocide.
PBS documentary by Andrew Goldberg telling the story of the first Genocide of the 20th century, when over a million Armenians died at the hands of the Ottoman Turks during World War I.
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