Category Archives: Armenia

Genocide…always a family affair

In memory of my grandmother, who lived through so many true horrors as a 9 year old in Turkey during the genocide of 1.5 million Armenians: William Saroyan was my brother-in-law’s great uncle….he was only wrong that people don’t know … Continue reading

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Memorial Day from an Armenian’s point of view; (and some good news)

My mother subscribes me every year to an Armenian community newspaper here in the LA area, The Armenian Observer.  I found this article by an eighty year old Armenian woman, Mary Najarian.  I typed most of it here so we … Continue reading

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Trump fans?!

It’s difficult to imagine Trump winning with nothing but bad news, including 50 Republican defense experts saying he’d be “dangerous,” as if Hillary already hasn’t been?  Or how about Republican Senators so dumb they don’t realize how damaging a Hillary … Continue reading

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Genocide….of Armenians by the Turks

Many Americans have never heard that Turks killed 1.5 million Armenians in and around 1915.   April 25, 1915 is generally considered the day the nightmare began but there were smaller amounts murdered a few years before that. I publish … Continue reading

Posted in Armenia, islam, matters of interest, war, Z family | 24 Comments