Quick Reference about the Armenian Genocide

Consult entries on key subjects for in-depth descriptions and an understanding of the broader context of events related to the Armenian Genocide.
Examine the visual documentation of the genocide through two photo collections taken by eyewitnesses to the horror: German medic Armin T. Wegner and American relief worker John Elder.
Dive indepth into a single topic related to the genocide. Each PDF-file exhibit is the product of extensive research and incorporates a rich archive of photos, maps, and illustrations.
Revisit the tragedy and scale of the genocide through a slideshow of photos that begins with massacres and deportations and concludes with refugees, exile, and humanitarian relief.
Gain new insight into the geography of the Armenian Genocide by viewing a series of specialized maps.
Get answers to frequently asked questions about the Armenian Genocide.
Survey the list of countries which have officially recognized the genocide. The list is part of ANI's considerable collection of official documents affirming the genocide.
Learn about the distinctive aspects of the Armenian Genocide in a succinct, yet thorough, essay. Maps, photos, and a brief bibliography are included.
Search an extensive database of memorials and monuments dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Armenian Genocide.
Review a day-by-day chronology summarizing the key events of the genocide. Use the search functionality to focus on specific geographic locations, prominent individuals, etc.
Read contemporary newspaper and magazine articles reporting on the genocide. Images of original articles and transcripts are presented.
Visit the Armenian Genocide Museum of America. Dedicated to educating the public about the continuing consequences of the Armenian Genocide. Inaugurated online April 24, 2015, as a centenary project.