Research Paper On Armenian Genocide

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  • Armenia, Genocide & Meaning

    A 30 page research paper that discusses genocide, focusing primarily on the details of the Armenian Genocide of 1915 and Peter Balakian's book on this subject, The Burning Tigris (2003). Balakian's analysis of the Armenian Genocide addresses several pertinent themes that are applicable to the overall topic of genocide. Therefore, this examination of the Armenian Genocide, concentrating on the history and analysis offered by Balakian, also extends his points, where applicable, to the topic of genocide in general. It attempts to discern the pattern of genocide and how this has been replicated in other genocidal campaigns, as well as the fundamental causes behind genocide and tragedy, which relate the discussion to the causes of human aggression and violence. Bibliography lists 19 sources.

  • The Holocaust and Genocide of Armenians

    5 pages in length. Comparing and contrasting the Armenian genocide and the holocaust, what immediately comes to mind is the lack of attention the former received, while the latter has become a household word. Indeed, the staggering numbers of people in both murderous episodes warrant equal attention; however, it appears the historical value of the Armenian genocide has not been as pertinent in the minds of people as that of the holocaust. The Jews have, perhaps, been one of the most persecuted of all peoples throughout history. Their pursuits to survive as both a people and a religion have been paved with pits and valleys from the time they began the struggle to reclaim what has been lost to political and social strife. Yet the Armenians have been no less affected by similar survival efforts, forced to often find their own strategies of endurance much the same as the Jews. The writer compares and contrasts the Armenian genocide with the holocaust. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • 1915 to 1917 Armenian Genocide

    This 5 page paper argues that the Armenian Genocide (1915-1917) may have served as a model for the Nazi extermination of the Jews three decades later. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Ottoman Empire, the Armenians, and Genocide

    A 7 page research paper that examines what various historians say about the history of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire. Many historians say that the events of 1915-16 constitute deliberate genocide, but Turkish historians assert that Armenian deaths were the consequence of justifiable defensive actions and are a result of war. The writer argues in favor of considering this genocide. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Genocide Since World War II

    This 6 page paper defines genocide, describes the 8 steps of genocide, and then discusses the Rwandan genocide in 1994. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

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