Genocide in Armenia
Around 1915, the Young Turks viewed Turkish Armenians as dangerous conspirators, so it endeavored to force thousands of them from their homes. They were massacred or marched to death. When all was said and done, between 600,000 and 1,500,000 Armenians died. This informative book offers a historical backdrop on the events that transpired to result in the Armenian genocide. Readers will learn about what happened during the genocide and in its aftermath, as well as get a closer look at how this period in Armenian history is viewed from a modern-day perspective.