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Online exhibition


Armenian Genocide: frontpage coverage in the foreign media


COVERAGE

Armenian genocide has always been in the spotlight of Armenian as well as foreign media. The role of global media coverage is vital in the sense that it touches upon numerous issues concerning Armenian genocide. Especially notable are English, Russian, French and American coverage and publications on issues pertaining Hamidian massacres, Adana atrocities and of course, the Genocide of 1915-1922.

Publications with particular photos are predominantly remarkable for they convey valuable information about genocide as a phenomenon, its process and consequences. Foreign media publications condemning the violence of Ottoman power against Armenians serve as an indirect evidence of the fact that the Turkish atrocities were indeed genocide committed against Armenians.

The online exhibition on front-page coverage of the Armenian genocide by the foreign media is presented first time. The coverage of the issue began appearing in the beginning of the 19th century and continues finding its place in the modern day media publications.

These publications evidence the world wide response on Armenian genocide issue confirming its actuality, importance and awareness among international community.

The online-exhibition presented by Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute displays although valuable but only a modest part of such publications and thus is open for new material submissions.



Number 72, August 16, 1902, Paris



Armenian Massacre in Constantinople
”Il Secolo Illustrato”, October 27, 1895, Rome



“Il Secolo Illustrato”, October 27, 1895, Rome



Abdul Hamid II, The Red Sultan
“Le Musee De Sires”, Paris, 1896



Abdul Hamid II, The Red Sultan
“Le Rire”, Number 134, May 29, Paris, 1897



Armenian Massacre in Constantinople
The gathering of the corpses of victims, street of Galata
“Le Petit Parisien”, September 13, 1896, Paris



A hanged Armenian, Constantinople
“L’Univers illustre”, Number 2160, August 5, 1896, Paris



New massacres in Armenia
“La Libre Parole”, Number 1700, March 14, 1897, Paris



The chronicle of the murdered peoples
“La Plume”, Number 321, September 1, 1902, Paris



L’ Assiette au Beurre
Number 135, October 31, 1903



Massacres of Christians in Turkey
”Le Petit Journal”, May 2 1909, Paris



Armenian Massacres
“Le Petit Journal”, May 2 1909, Paris



Armenian Massacres, Adana, 1909
“Le Pelerin”, May 2 1909, Paris



Massacres in Asia Minor, Adana, 1909
“Journal des Voyages”, Number 659, Paris, July 18, 1909



Woman and children are burned alive
“Oakland Tribune”, Number 61, California, April 22, 1909



Massacres in the Eastern Turkey: thousands of Armenians
were burnt alive by Turks near the Catholic Church in Adana
“La Domenica Del Corriere”, Number 20, May 16-23, Milan 1909



The ghost of massacres in Turkish-Armenian province
”Khatabala”, 5th year, Number 9, February 27, 1910, Tbilisi



“Le Rire”, Number 49, Paris, October 23, 1915



The symbol of the protection of Armenians by Russians
“Excelsior”, Illustrated quarterly Journal, June 30, 1916



The corpses of Armenians
"Armjanski vestnik", Number 44, 27 November, 1916, Moscow



The view in the square, which was selected for construction of Armenian theatre in Erzingan
"Armjanski vestnik", Number 9, 26 February, 1917, Moscow



National Geographic magazine, Volume XXVIII, Number 4, October 1915



National Geographic magazine, Volume XXXIV, Number 1, July 1918



National Geographic magazine, Volume XXXVI, Number 2, August 1919



National Geographic magazine, Volume XXXVI, Number 5, November 1919



“The World’s Work”, Ambassador Morgenthau’s story, August, 1918



“The greatest horror in History”- Henry Morgenthau
“The Red Cross” magazine, March 1918



Turkish barbarism toward hostages
“The World’s work”, October 1918



For Armenia
“Le Feu”, Number 4, February 15, 1919



The review of “Little Parisian” on Armenian massacres
1.5 million Victims
Perpetrators: Enver, Taleat, Jemal, Liman von Sanders etc.
“Le Petit Parisien”, January 2, 1909, Paris



Genocide 1915
“History of the First World War” magazine, Volume 3, Number 16, 1970



Young Turks and The Red Sultan
“Historia” journal, Number 105, November 20, 1969, Paris



The forgotten genocide
“The Independent”, August 28, 2007, London



Armenian Massacres
The investigation of the tragedy in April, 1915
“L’Histoire”, Number 187, April 1995, Paris



The precedent of Holocaust
The extermination of Armenian nation
"Sapiens", Number 66, April 2008, Barcelona



Genocides in History, Paris
“Maniere de voir 76”, August-September, 2004



Unrecognized Genocide
“Novoye Vremya” journal, April 24, 2005, Moscow



Armenia: the forgotten genocide
“INAMO”, number 43, 11th year, autumn 2005



The Armenian Genocide
“L'Histoire”, Number 341, April 2009, Paris



The first are Armenians
More than half a million Armenians were killed during the first genocide of the 20th century
“Leituras da História”, Number 2, 2009, Brazil



“Storia”, Number 103, March 1996



The exhibition is open for new materials regarding to the front page coverage of the Armenian Genocide





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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

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AGMI ANNOUNCES 2014 LEMKIN SCHOLARSHIP FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS

Temporary exhibition

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CHILDREN VICTIMS OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

In 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
Khosrov Tatyan served in the position of a treasurer at Urfa government building from 1908 to 1915. He was killed in 1915 by the order of the Turkish government. A victim of the Armenian Genocide.

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