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U.S. Senate Unanimously Recognizes Armenian Genocide Dec. 12, 2019!

The United States Senate Votes for  The Armenian Genocide October 29, 2019

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, “Too often, the tragic reality of the Armenian Genocide has been denied. Today, an overwhelming bipartisan vote of the House ensured that the truth will forever be etched into the Congressional Record.”

Congressman Adam Schiff

Congressman Brad Sherman

Congresswoman Linda Sánchez

Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr.

Congressmen Menendez & Cruz

Remembering The Genocide Survivors

Hampartzoum’s story is one of the survivors interviewed for this documentary film.



Days of Tragedy in Armenia

American missionary compound in Kharpert

A Problem From Hell

“A Problem from Hell”: America and the Age of Genocide (2002) is a book by American Samantha Power, at that time Professor of Human Rights Practice at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, which explores the United States’s understanding of, response to, and inaction on genocides in the 20th century, from the Armenian genocide to the “ethnic cleansings” of the Kosovo War.

Photos of Armenian deportees in 1915 taken by a German Photographer

Turkish Sultans Crack Troops 1915

Armenian deportees drowned in river

Armin Wegner Photo Exhibition

Photographs documenting the eyewitness events of the Genocide and deportation of Armenians by Ottoman Turks in Anatolia during 1915 – 1916.

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History of The Armenians of Charsanjak

In the 1950’s Armenian committees around the world were retrieving historical records of their individual ancestral villages that were eradicated during the 1915 Genocide. This is an excerpt from one of the several documenting books of such villages.

Kevork Yerevanian, author of, “History of The Armenians of Charsanjak

Hampartzoum meeting Isahak, the brother of Kevork Yerevanian

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Hampartzoum meeting Isahak, the brother of Kevork Yerevanian

Notes on Charsanjack Page 1

Notes on Charsanjack Page 2

More notes from Hampartzoum on where his experiences match Yerevanian’s memoir.

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Hagop Holopikian’s Testimony

Hagop found Kerop (Hampartzoum’s brother) around 1917 and brought him to Dr. Mikael’s house in Mezreh where Hampartzoum happened to be working at the time. A profound reunion as Hampartzoum was sure his brother had been killed by Turks in the two years of Genocide and chaos occuring in Ottoman Turkey at that time. In this testimony he recounts being kept in the same jail Mardiros Chitjian (Hampartzoum’s father) was kept for 3 weeks with brutal beatings.

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Sara returning to the scene of the crime and standing in front of the blacksmith shop that was converted into a temporary jail where the beatings took place.