Streaming interviews from 20 survivors of the Armenian Genocide. Other streaming videos include a short overview of the Armenian Genocide, and a brief film where survivors talk about their experiences arriving at Ellis Island and their life as immigrants to the United States. This virtual museum is organized by The Armenian Cultural Center (U.S.) and The Armenian Community Centre (Canada).
Armenian Deportees: 1915-1916
These images, captured by Armin T. Wegner, reveal the horrific struggles of Armenians during the genocide. A German Army 2nd Lieutenant, Wegner was stationed in the Ottoman Empire, and later arrested for smuggling his photographs to Germany and the US.
Armenian Genocide During the First World War: Documents from German State Archives
This site offers a revised and extended collection of German Diplomatic Documents relating to the Armenian Genocide.
Armenian Genocide: Articles
This section of Armeniapedia compiles numerous articles (published mostly in the New York Times) concerning the horrific situation in Armenia between 1915 and 1922.
Armenian History - Armeniapedia.org
A summary of events with links to quotes, first-hand articles, and other materials, on this online Armenian encyclopedia wiki.
Armenian National Institute
Dedicated to the study, research, and affirmation of the Armenian Genocide, the Armenian National Institute (ANI) provides primary source documents, educational resources and background information.
Armenica.org: History of Armenia
Armenica.org provides detailed historical and current information about Armenia as well as news, video clips,and an extensive collection of maps, images and documents relating to Armenian history and religion.
Sample Archival Documents on the Armenian Genocide
Maintained by the Armenian National Institute, this site highlights selected documents from U.S. and British archives that relate to the Armenian Genocide. These documents can be downloaded in either image or text form.
t h e f o r g o t t e n
A timeline of the Armenian Genocide and streaming interviews of survivors and witnesses
Maintained by The Genocide Education Project, TeachGenocide.org is an online resource library with lessons plans, survivor accounts, newspaper articles, maps, workbooks, and videos. It also links to sites on Armenian art, culture, history and literature.