Finding a careful scrutiny should try Need Quick Cash Need Quick Cash lowering the years old.


Pure Awesomeness… Sort Of…

Recognition of the Armenian Genocide

In an effort to avoid blame, a bad reputation, and paying of retribution, the Republic of Turkey does not recognize the actions carried out by the Ottoman Empire as a “Genocide,” but rather as “war deaths.”

In spite of this, there is much international affirmation that the events which occurred were clearly a genocide.  This international affirmation includes the records of systematic killings, eye witness accounts, countless news articles regarding the events as they took place, survivors’ stories, and resolutions passed by other countries.  Currently, 21 countries and 42 U.S. states have passed resolutions officially recognizing the event as the Armenian Genocide.  In discussions, the Armenian Genocide is even widely recognized as the first modern day genocide.

In addition there are many memorials built to commemorate the Armenian Genocide, around the world.

More Resources:

The series of posts on the Armenian Genocide:


3 Comments so far

  1. […] Part 3 – Recognition of the Armenian Genocide […]

  2. […] Part 3 – Recognition of the Armenian Genocide […]

  3. Remembering the Armenian Genocide | Mofomon April 24th, 2013 12:08 pm

    […] 1 – The Armenian Genocide Part 2 – What Transpired Part 3 – Recognition of the Armenian Genocide Part 4 – A Survivor’s Account of the Armenian Genocide – My Great […]