The list author says: "I decided to make a list of what I thought would be a great way for people to find out more about the Armenian Genocide!
It was the first genocide of the 20th century which took the lives of 1.5 million Armenians, many Greeks and Assyrians in the last days of the Ottoman Empire during WW1! Here are many accounts from genocide scholars, Armenians, Turkish Intellectuals, Germans, Kurds, Russians, people's who had grandparents that suffered from post tramatic stress disorder from the horrible events they witnessed as a child. Also included on the list are fictional novels and all that!
See pictures and accounts on how the Armenians died in many horrible grim ways, how they were decived into thinking they were safe in their own territory, how people tried to save them.
To this day Turkey denies that this horrible event took place, but the days are gone to hide this information from public! History never hides forever, the truth will come out!"
"I loved this account, although it failes to show all the horrible things that happened to the Armenians in it, you'll see that there were many witnesses there, from different nations, and that Turkey denies this genocide still!"
"This one not only have great accounts of the genocide, but also how America acted when she heard about it! By Armenian American author Peter Balakian comes a story of forgotten American heroes, along with forgien forgotten heroes! These people should be honored and talked about more often!"
"A fictional account based on a bestseller book. However for those who want to know more about this genocide, I suggest watching this film for those who have more pacience with subtitles. Also it will make you cry like a baby and maybe even for days."
"Here is a book about the genocide from a Muslim Turkish author that did various research just to talk about this subject. Now this is in great detail and even covers how Turkish officals were assonated within the government for going agains the genocide."
"The most documented unsung hero and American Ambassador to Turkey! A Jewish man who goes to Turkey and is littered with documents from eyewitnesses and pictures as well. He stood up to Talat Pasha asking him to let the Armenians live! If not for him, there would be no documents in the American archives of the Armenian Genocide!"
"Based on the eyewitness accounts from another unsung Leslie A. Davis, an American Diplomate who went to Turkey and saw the suffering of the Armenians and other Christian subjects. He even risked his skin to save some of the Armenians!"
"A story of a woman named Ester who survived the Armenian Genocide and had a beautiful talented daughter who wrote about the genocide for her. Unfortunatly if falls into the chick novel type of catagory."
"A husband wife team of authors talk about the horrible events that happened to the Armenians from 1915-1923. The wife is the daughter of genocide survivors along with written and collected interviews by about 100 survivors!"
"Peter Balakian translates this novel from the memories of his great uncle, a priest who endured the horrors of the Armenian Genocide which started with an evacuation of Armenians in Constantinople to the death march to desert of Der Zor! Also talks about his brave escape from death!"