Armenian Issue Revisited

//Armenian Issue Revisited

The Turkish Tragedy

2018-02-24T11:31:55+00:00

By John Dewey Published in The New Republic, November 12, 1928 The tragedy in Turkey is more extensive than the sad plight of minorities. Those who have the patience to refrain in the Near East from a premature partisanship are likely soon to arrive at a state of mind in which all parties are so much [...]

The Turkish Tragedy2018-02-24T11:31:55+00:00

Perpetuating the Genocide Myth

2017-10-04T13:40:17+00:00

By Demir Delen A Publication of the Federation of Canadian Turkish Associations Introduction It is a fact that approximately 700,000 Armenians were killed or died of starvation and disease during the First World War in eastern Anatolia. It is also a fact that more than 2 million Turks and Muslims were massacred by the Armenians at [...]

Perpetuating the Genocide Myth2017-10-04T13:40:17+00:00

Armenian Forgeries and Falsifications

2017-10-04T12:01:24+00:00

By Demir Delen A Publication of the Federation of Canadian Turkish Associations The truth behind some well-known and often-repeated forgeries by Armenian activists who are attempting to sway the world opinion regarding the existence of a "genocide" in 1915, are exposed in the following paragraphs. 1. Hitler's quotation regarding the Armenians - A myth Every year [...]

Armenian Forgeries and Falsifications2017-10-04T12:01:24+00:00

Excerpts from A British Source on the Armenian Question

2017-10-04T12:13:51+00:00

By Prof. Türkkaya Ataöv The First World War was a series of armed hostilities of the major world powers between 1914 and 1918, in which the Entente of Britain, France and Tsarist Russia (later joined by the U.S.A.) fought against Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire and some lesser states. The British and the Turks were, therefore, [...]

Excerpts from A British Source on the Armenian Question2017-10-04T12:13:51+00:00

Angora and the Turks

2017-10-04T12:13:00+00:00

By Arthur Tremaine Chester Representative of U.S. Shipping Board in Istanbul. Published in the New York Times Current History Journal, February 1923. Armenians Deported for Treachery We hear a great deal about the deportation of Armenians from the Northeast of Turkey during the World War. The facts are that the Turks sent an army to the [...]

Angora and the Turks2017-10-04T12:13:00+00:00

Hitler and the “Armenian Question”

2017-10-04T12:13:45+00:00

By Prof. Dr. Turkkaya Ataov * Propaganda is deliberate manipulation, by means of symbols (like words or images) of others thoughts. The propagandist tries to offset resistance to himself by presenting his thoughts as if they are rational or moral. The symbols are chosen in such a way that the reactors are expected to be influenced [...]

Hitler and the “Armenian Question”2017-10-04T12:13:45+00:00

A British Report (1895): “The Armenians Unmasked”

2017-10-04T12:13:23+00:00

By Prof. Dr. Türkkaya Ataöv * The Institute of the Turkish Revolution, attached to the Languages and History-Geography Faculty of Ankara University, houses a document that sheds light on some crucial aspects of the "Armenian question". The manuscript is a British report, classified as TITE-1 F/532, in the archives of the said Institute. Its author is [...]

A British Report (1895): “The Armenians Unmasked”2017-10-04T12:13:23+00:00

The Andonian “Documents” Attributed to Talat Pasha are Forgeries!

2017-10-04T12:19:46+00:00

By Prof. Dr. Türkkaya Ataöv* A most recent (1983) publication by the Turkish Historical Society and written by Sinasi Orel and Süreyya Yuca, as a scholarly evaluation of the so-called "Talat Pasha telegrams" is most important for the proper assessment of the "Armenian issue". This momentous book of unusually competent erudition critically examines all of the [...]

The Andonian “Documents” Attributed to Talat Pasha are Forgeries!2017-10-04T12:19:46+00:00

The Armenian Allegation of Genocide: FACTS

2017-10-04T12:01:00+00:00

The Issue: Whether during the collapse of the Ottoman Empire genocide was perpetrated against Ottoman Armenian citizens in Eastern Anatolia. The Ottoman Empire ruled over all of Anatolia and significant parts of Europe, North Africa, the Caucasus and Middle East for over 700 years. Lands once Ottoman dominions today comprise more than 30 independent nations. A [...]

The Armenian Allegation of Genocide: FACTS2017-10-04T12:01:00+00:00

The Ottoman Armenians

2017-09-05T01:53:57+00:00

By Salahi R. Sonyel A Number of books have been published on the Armenians, particularly on their relationship with the Turks, and on the role of the Great Powers, such as Britain, France, and Russia, in influencing those relations. A selection of the more prominent works is listed in the bibliography; but most of these have [...]

The Ottoman Armenians2017-09-05T01:53:57+00:00