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Turkey and the Armenian Atrocities: A Reign of Terror from Tartar Huts to Constantinople Palaces
by Edwin Munsell. With an Introduction By Frances E. Willard Bliss
Publisher: Edgewood Publishing Company 1896 | 590 Pages | ISBN / ASIN: B000QXJ5DO | DJVU | 15 MB
"All truth passes through three stages:
First, it is ridiculed;
Second, it is violently opposed; and
Third, it is accepted as self-evident."
Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860)
Anniversary of Armenian Holocaust in Tehran, St. Serkis Church
Armenians are marched to a nearby prison in Mezireh by armed Turkish soldiers. Kharpert, Armenia, April, 1915.
"A relic of the Armenian massacres at Erzingan", image taken from Ambassador Henry Morgenthau's story by Henry Morgenthau (1918).
The vast majority of Iran's Christians are Armenian Orthodox, and they mainly came to Iran in three waves.
The first wave came around 400 years ago at the behest of the Safavid kings, who sought their skill as artisans and builders. The other two waves came in the 20th century, seeking refuge here from persecution. One of these occurred around 90 years ago and was comprised of Armenians fleeing the Armenian holocaust in Turkey. The second wave was made up of Armenians fleeing early Soviet Union around 70 years ago.
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