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Photos of Armenian Genocide




Group of Near East Relief orphan girls at summer camp. Below: Alexandropol: "Hands up", Polygon orphanage massed drill, October, 1925
"Story of Near East Relief" by James L. Barton, New York, 1930, p. 21



Children waiting in the snow for admission into the 'Orphan City', a daily spectacle from the early morning until late at night
"Story of Near East Relief" by James L. Barton, New York, 1930, p. 124



A living skeleton
"Story of Near East Relief" by James L. Barton, New York, 1930, p. 262



Outside the door Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



Among the ruins Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



Cliff where Armenians were hurled to death Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



Children of the Near East Relief Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



A blind Armenian mother with her children Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



Homeless boy, Erivan Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



Clamoring for admittance: Armenian orphans at the Gyumri orphanage gates
Tessa Hofmann & Gerayer Koutcharian Armenian Review, Spring/Summer, 1992, Vol. 45, No. 1-2/177-178, p. 144, Fig. 81



Before admission to the orphanage Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



"The refugee home, a few feet of earth or stone: its occupants waiting for death or deliverance as they solely started"



No clothes from A.... yet Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



This group of human wreckage represents tens of thousands when first approached with aid
"Story of Near East Relief" by James L. Barton, New York, 1930, p. 22



Starving, diseased and filthy, these were the children of the Near East who were gathered into the orphanages in the early days of the disaster.
"Story of Near East Relief" by James L. Barton, New York, 1930, p. 85



Refugees in one of the city parks Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



In 1922-1923 Near East Relief evacuated 22.000 children from orphanages in interior Turkey to Syria and Greece This picture shows part of the 5.000 children from Kharput en route on donkey back and foot.
"Story of Near East Relief" by James L. Barton, New York, 1930, p. 152



Women rescued from Kurdish captors Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



An Armenian mother. The corpses of her five children Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



Urfa: Returning to their ruined homes Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919.
Kharput-Turkey, Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



Children taken in by Near East Relief
Tessa Hofmann & Gerayer Koutcharian Armenian Review, Spring/Summer, 1992, Vol. 45, No. 1-2/177-178, p. 119, Fig. 56



Armenian refugee family
"Story of Near East Relief" by James L. Barton, New York, 1930, p. 242



Misfits but welcome Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919. Kharput-Turkey
Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979



Daughters of Armenia Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919, Kharput-Turkey
Translated into Armenian from the Original Manuscript by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonan, Antelias-Lebanon, 1979






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International Conference

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The Caucasus Frontline of the First World War.
Genocide, Refugees and Humanitarian Assistance


Yerevan, April 21-22, 2014

Temporary exhibition

FIRST
FIRST WORLD WAR: allies, images, massacres
In April 21-th, 2014, the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute is organizing a temporary exhibition presenting hundreds of newly found original caricatures, postcards, posters, etc, representing a unique iconography condemning Turkey as a country that committed Genocide.

LEMKIN SCHOLARSHIP

Lemkin
AGMI ANNOUNCES 2014 LEMKIN SCHOLARSHIP FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS

Temporary exhibition

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CHILDREN VICTIMS OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

In April, 2014, the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute for the first time is organizing a temporary exhibition dedicated to the tragic faith of the children victims of the Armenian Genocide.

Remember

remember
Karapet Markosyan was born in Stanoz. He was admitted to the college in 1914. He was killed in Caesarea in 1915.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ARMENIAN GENOCIDE STUDIES  

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ARMENIAN GENOCIDE STUDIES
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Tsitsernakaberd memorial complex
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