Topic: World War I

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — On Wednesday, April 20, the University of Michigan Ann Arbor’s Center for Armenian Studies played host to a lecture in conjunction with the commemoration of the Armenian Genocide on April 24. The speaker, Prof.[...]

By Jon Schwarz If there is one thing we can say for sure about the governments of the US and Europe, it’s that they sound upset about Russia’s brutalization of Ukraine. President Joe Biden recently called it “genocide.” A[...]

By Anna Vardanyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator Nowadays, interest in Eiichi Shibusawa, as a unique, exemplary entrepreneur does not stop in Japan․ He founded more than 500 enterprises operating in Japan, carried out diplomatic and[...]

FAIR LAWN, N.J. —  It is not often that the translation and publication of a family heirloom diary ends up being highly relevant to current events. In the case of Ken Sarajian and Paul Shahinian, their grandfathers’ stories involved[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — The National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) and the Society for Armenian Studies (SAS) will present a webinar with author James Robins who will discuss his recent book, When We Dead Awaken:[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress) — Armenian President Armen Sarkissian sat down with the Syrian Al-Azmenah newspaper for an exclusive interview on the Treaty of Sevres. The questions and answers below are the official translation of the published[...]

A century has passed since the signing of the Treaty of Sèvres on August 10, 1920, in the town of the same name in France. The treaty sought the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire and recognized the smaller nations in the empire as well as[...]

What happened in Cilicia after World War I can be viewed as a tragedy on its own, or as part of the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide. Either way, it was a great blow to the Armenians who had survived the World War and the efforts of the[...]

World War I and its aftermath represent an era complicated to understand, analyze and make sense of. It was even more challenging for the Armenian people, who had experienced the Genocide. This planned mass murder by the Ittihadist regime[...]

NEW YORK  —  “French Fashion, Women, and the First World War,” on view at Bard Graduate Center Gallery, 18 West 86th Street, New York City, from September 5 through January 5, 2020, is an unprecedented examination of the fraught[...]