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GENERAL INFORMATION

Bibliography of the Publications of Vahakn N. Dadrian

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1914

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1915 (April-June)

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1915 (January-March)

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1915 (July-September)

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1915 (October-December)

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1916 (January-June)

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1916 (July-December)

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1917

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1918

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1919

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1920

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1921

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1922

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1923

Chronology of the Armenian Genocide -- 1939

International Conventions

Convention on the Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitations to War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity

Principles of International Co-Operation in the Detection, Arrest, Extradition and Punishment of Persons Guilty of War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity

UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights

United Nations Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide

Photo Collection of Armin T. Wegner

Biography of Armin T. Wegner

Photo Collection of John Elder

Biography of John Elder

Press Coverage of the Armenian Genocide (1915-1920)

500,000 Armenians Said To Have Perished. Washington Asked to Stop Slaughter of Christians by Turks and Kurds.

800,000 Armenians Counted Destroyed

Appeal to Turkey to Stop Massacres. Ambassador Morgenthau Instructed to Make Representations on Request of Russia.

Armenians Dying in Prison Camps. Hundreds of Thousands Still in Danger from Turks, Refugee Fund Secretary Says.

Defense Committee Corners Supplies

Shall Armenia Perish? (by Henry Morgenthau)

Signs of Death in Turkey

Turkish Trials Begin. Governor of Diarbekir First to be Arraigned for Massacres

Sample Archival Documents on the Armenian Genocide

Appeal from the Catholicos of the Armenian Church to protect Armenians, April 27, 1915

First-hand account by a Turkish army officer on the deportation of Armenians from Trebizond and Erzerum, December 26, 1916

Memorandum by the Committee of Union and Progress outlining the strategy for implementing the Armenian Genocide, 1914-1915

Reflections on the role of Talaat Pasha in the Armenian Genocide, September 7, 1921

Report by a resident of Syria on the condition of Armenian deportees, November 27, 1916

Report from a German missionary on the massacre of Armenians from Erzerum, July 31, 1915

Report of Allied warning to the Ottoman government to stop the massacres of Armenians, May 29, 1915

Report on the deportation of Armenians from Zeitun, July 21, 1915

Report on the forced exile of the remaining Armenians from Aintab and Marash, November 15, 1922

Report on the massacre of Armenians in Cilicia under French administration, March 7, 1920

Report on the treatment of Armenian children in Trebizond, July 20, 1915

Report that Ottoman Turkey is seeking to exterminate the Armenian nation, July 16, 1915

Secretary of State Robert Lansing's response to news that Ottoman Turkey is pursuing a policy of genocide against the Armenians, July 16, 1915

Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan's response to the Catholicos' appeal to protect Armenians, April 28, 1915

Statistics on the pre-war and post-war Armenian population in Biledjik, Bardizag, and Hendek

Statements on Record Relating to the Armenian Genocide

Adolf Hitler, Chancellor of Nazi Germany (1933-45)

Arnold Toynbee, Historian (1889-1975)

David Lloyd George, Prime Minister of Great Britain (1916-22)

Henry Morgenthau, U.S. Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire (1913-16)

Rafael Estrella, President of NATO Parliamentary Assembly (2002)

Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States (1901-09)

Winston S. Churchill, Prime Minister of Great Britain (1940-45, 1951-55)

Yossi Beilin, Minister of Justice of Israel (2000)

Yossi Sarid, Minister of Education of Israel (2000)

Genocide Art