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The Armenian-Nazi Collaboration in WW II

By Ayhan Ozer* To validate a spurious genocide allegations, the Armenians curry favor with the Jewish people, and manipulate the Holocaust tragedy to gain some undeserved recognition from this uniquely Jewish experience. Historical evidences point to a devious Armenian collusion with Hitler to exterminate the Jews during WW II. Today, no matter how much the Armenians [...]

The Armenian-Nazi Collaboration in WW II2017-10-04T14:50:08+00:00

Facts and Discussion Points in the Armenian Allegations

By Ayhan Ozer* Armenian Terrorism On 27 January 1973, the Armenians in the United States as well as around the world launched a brutal terrorism campaign against the Turks and the Turkish institutions to validate forcibly a mythical genocide believed only by themselves. through boold-shed and violence. That day, an old Armenian man by the name [...]

Facts and Discussion Points in the Armenian Allegations2017-10-04T14:56:08+00:00

Armenian Terrorism

By Ayhan Ozer* On 27 January 1973, the Armenians in the United States as well as around the world launched a brutal terrorism campaign against the Turks and the Turkish institutions to validate forcibly a mythical genocide believed only by themselves through blood-shed and violence. That day, an old Armenian man by the name Yanikian invited [...]

Armenian Terrorism2017-10-04T14:59:54+00:00

Armenian Allegations and Deportees of Malta

By Ayhan Ozer* In 1919, British officials deported some 140 Turks to Malta to be tried on various charges of war crimes. The following article explains the proceedings until all deportees were returned to their homeland upon lack of evidence. During the years of 1919-1920, when victorious British armies occupied the Ottoman capital Istanbul, hundreds of [...]

Armenian Allegations and Deportees of Malta2017-10-04T15:11:25+00:00

Commentary on The History of the Armenian Genocide

By Professor Malcolm E. Yapp* The following are excerpts from his commentary on The History of the Armenian Genocide by Vahakn N. Dadrian. "...The key issue, Dadrian contends is the genocidal nature of the massacres and this issue supersedes all others. The book is therefore a further contribution to the campaign waged by Armenian writers in [...]

Commentary on The History of the Armenian Genocide2017-10-04T14:43:35+00:00

The First Shot

By Professor Justin McCarthy (First Presented During A Conference at Yeditepe University, Istanbul) Historians should love the truth.  A historian has a duty to try to write only the truth.  Before historians write they must look at all relevant sources.  They must examine their own prejudices, then do all they can to insure that those prejudices [...]

The First Shot2017-10-04T14:35:31+00:00

Armenian-Turkish Conflict

By Professor Justin McCarthy (Turkish Grand National Assembly, March 24, 2005) THE HISTORY Ottoman Provinces Conflict between the Turks and the Armenians was not inevitable. The two peoples should have been friends. When World War I began, the Armenians and Turks had been living together for 800 years. The Armenians of Anatolia and Europe had been [...]

Armenian-Turkish Conflict2017-10-04T14:31:37+00:00

The Destruction of Ottoman Erzurum

By  Professor Justin McCarthy (First presented during a conference at the Atatürk University, Erzurum - September 2002) I am very pleased to be in Erzurum today. I am especially glad to be among my colleagues, the professors of Atatürk Üniversitesi, who have done so much to investigate the massacres of the Turks of Erzurum and to [...]

The Destruction of Ottoman Erzurum2017-10-04T14:25:43+00:00

The Anatolian Armenians, 1912-1922

By  Professor Justin McCarthy The following text was presented by Justin McCarthy at the Bosphorus University’s Symposium on Armenians in the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey. In discussing an issue as volatile as the status of the Ottoman Armenians, it is important to define terms. By "Armenian," I mean those Ottoman citizens who were Armenian in [...]

The Anatolian Armenians, 1912-19222017-10-04T14:04:30+00:00

Anatolia 1915: Turks Died, Too

By Professor Justin McCarthy Published in the Boston Globe, April 25, 1998 During World War 1, Anatolia, the Asiatic section of modern Turkey, was the scene of horrible acts of inhumanity between Armenians and Turks. For many decades, the history of the conflict between the Turks and the Armenians has primarily been written from the viewpoint [...]

Anatolia 1915: Turks Died, Too2017-10-04T14:03:15+00:00