The twentieth century was not only a century of two world wars, but a century of genocides. The extermination of 1.5 million Christian Armenians by Muslim Turks and Kurds in 1915, seven years before the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, was the first of several over the next four decades
Genocide without end: the plight of Armenians in Turkey
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