The Ottoman Armenian Tragedy is a Genuine Historic Controversy
Falsified Pictures of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
To wrongly implicate Atatürk, the founder of modern Turkey, Armenians doctored this picture of Atatürk to look as if he was sitting next to a starved Armenian child.
Forging the past: OUP and the 'Armenian question'
Jeremy Salt, January, 2010, Eurasia Critic - In 2005 Oxford University Press published Donald Bloxham's The Great Game of Genocide. Imperialism, Nationalism and the Destruction of the Ottoman Armenians.
An Armenian Deception: "Who Remembers Armenians"
Baden-Baden, W. Germany - Dr. Robert John, a historian and political analyst of Armenian descent from New York City, declared here that a commonly used quotation of an alleged statement by Adolf Hitler.
UN on “Armenian Genocide”
The Associated Press, WASHINGTON (AP) - A House resolution that recognizes as genocide the killings of Armenians in Turkey between 1915 and 1923 misstated the United Nations' position on the matter.
For years, Armenians used this painting by Russian Painter Vasilli Vereshcagin, alleging it was made to depict the skulls of the Armenian dead.
Forged Telegrams attributed to Talat Pasha
Armenian propaganda claiming that massacres were an Ottoman government policy requires proof that such a decision was in fact made.
The Talat Pasha Telegrams
A detailed analysis of this forgery has been presented by Sinasi Orel and Sureyya Yuca in The Talat Pasha Telgrams: Historical Fact or Armenian Fiction?


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