Metropolitan Books, Henry Holt and Company, 175 Fifth Avenue, NY The author, Taner Akcam, is a Turkish and a German citizen. He was born in Ardahan in 1953, in eastern Anatolia, whose father was a very respected educator and writer, Dursun Akcam, who died several years ago and buried without...
I re-read Dr Guenter Lewy’s book after learning that the 85-year-old Professor (born in 1923) would be making a presentation at the Springfield Public Library in NJ following the showing of Marty Callagan’s documentary “Armenian Revolt” on April 20, Sunday. This time, I also read the footnotes, over 1240, and...
Casey Anthony, a 25-year-old mother, tried for the alleged murder of her 2-year-old daughter three years ago, was found not guilty following nearly six months of testimony and 10-hour deliberation by a Jury of 12 members on July 6, 2011.  However, Casey Antony was already convicted by the Media,...
‘’Bir Ermeni Doktorun Yasadiklari – Garabet Haceryan’in Izmir Guncesi.’’  By Dora Sakayan, Belge Yayinlari, Istanbul, 2005 This is yet another book by the grandson of an Ottoman-Armenian, Dora Sakayan, born in Selanik in 1931, who has been living in Montreal since 1975. While going through his granfather Dr. Garabet Haceryan’s...
At about this time every year, the Turkish government engages in political antics, the purpose of which is to counter any incremental success Armenians have achieved in their quest for recognition of the Turkish genocide of 1.5 million Armenians. The Governments for the past 40 years have not taken this...
Genocide Recognition: Continuing a Flawed Political Strategy By Michael Mensoian Part I I want to believe that every Armenian hopes for the day when the Turkish leadership acknowledges that the uprooting and murder of some 1.5 million Armenians was a genocide. (1) Good men and women, highly motivated and...
This is a 702-page monumental book with everything that one may want to know about the alleged Armenian genocide and the Turkish-Armenian relations over the years, mostly based on non-Turkish sources. It is also a must reading for anyone who wants to write about this controversial issue and plans...
A two-page article, complete with a large photograph of Yerevan (Erivan) with Mount Agri (Ararat) in the background tells the story of a documentary on cities established in Armenia with Turkish names – Arapgir, Maras, Malatya, Van. The article, written by Alpugra Bahadir Gultekin in Radikal newspaper (July 27,...
Link for videos and replies: http://armenians-1915.blogspot.com/2011/05/3258-famous-turks-speaking-about.html AGHET   Part I : Subtitles & Comments by Sukru S. Aya  (For more refer to above link) Part 1: Diverse people, not all identified making statements) 00:00:07 The Turkish government is convinced that the Armenians never underwent a genocide R: What legal court’s verdict convinced you that...
(Translated to Turkish from the original Armenian version by Mariam Arpi and Nairi Arek.) Peri yayinlari, Istanbul, Turkey The first time I learned about ‘’Antranik of Armenia’’ was in a story written by William Saroyan with the same title back in 1935 (1). William Saroyan, the Pulitzer price winner and...