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The Armenian Genocide Museum-institute

The Armenian Genocide Museum-institute

Armenian Genocide. It is a rich research center which contains many official documents, including official reports, US presidents' quotes, international affirmation, photos, maps, chronology, resolutions, bibliographies as well as educational resources and many other archival documents.

Language: English, Armenian, Turk
Link: www.genocide-museum.am
Armenian Genocide

Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Genocide history does not fade away.

Armenian National Institute

The Armenian National Institute (ANI) website is one of the most powerful websites dedicated to the study, research and affirmation of Armenian Genocide. It is a rich research center which contains many official documents, including official reports, US presidents' quotes, international affirmation, photos, maps, chronology, resolutions, bibliographies as well as educational resources and many other archival documents.

Language: English
Link: http://www.armenian-genocide.org

Armenian Genocide

One of the best Russian language websites about the Armenian Genocide. The History of Armenian Genocide. Online news on this topic. Maps, photos, books, documents and convention in Russian.


Language: Russian
Link: http://genocide.ru

Our Ararat

A bi-lingual (Farsi and English) historical website documenting the Armenian Genocide (1915-1923) and the Sultan Abdul Hamid Massacres 1894-1896. The website includes many official Iranian and international documents, photos, maps, videos, articles, News and articles published by BBC, including the observations of Iranian writer, Sayed Mohamad Ali Jamalzadeh, details about the visit of president Khatami to the memorial complex of Armenian Genocide, etc.

Language: English, Persian
Link: http://www.ourararat.com

Project SAVE

Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives is the premier archive of Armenian photographs in the United States. Headquartered in Watertown, Massachusetts, Project SAVE's mission is to collect, document, preserve, and present the historic and modern photographic record of Armenians and Armenian heritage.
Founded by Ruth Thomasian in 1975, Project SAVE Archives' extensive and diverse collection of more than 30,000 photographs, as well as its growing library of oral history audio tapes, depict all aspects of Armenian life in the homeland and Diaspora, from the 1860s to the present day.

Language: English
Link: http://www.projectsave.org

The Armenian Genocide during the First World War

Documents from German and British State Archives. Documentation of the genocide is provided by this Internet website, which has reproduced the official German documents and described the events in detail.

Language: English, German
Link: http://www.armenocide.de

Ethnic cleansings in Azerbaijan

Sumgait.Info is providing information about genocide of Armenians in Azerbaijan and Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) in period of 1988-1992. Currently the Russian version is available and English version is planned to be launched soon.

Language: Russian
Link: http://www.sumgait.info



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