By Raymond Kévorkian
The Armenian Genocide used to be one of many maximum atrocities of the 20 th century, an episode within which as much as 1.5 million Armenians misplaced their lives. during this significant new background, the popular historian Raymond Kévorkian presents an authoritative account of the origins, occasions and outcomes of the years 1915 and 1916. He considers the function that the Armenian Genocide performed within the building of the Turkish country kingdom and Turkish identification, in addition to exploring the ideologies of energy, rule and nation violence. Crucially, he examines the results of the violence opposed to the Armenians, the consequences of deportations and makes an attempt to deliver those that devoted the atrocities to justice.
Kévorkian deals an in depth and meticulous checklist, offering an authoritative research of the occasions and their influence upon the Armenian group itself, in addition to the improvement of the Turkish state. this significant booklet will function an imperative source to historians of the interval, in addition to these wishing to appreciate the heritage of genocidal violence extra generally.