One hundred years later, the Armenian genocide is still at the center of a “dispute of memory” between Armenians and Turks. The article describes the events that led to the elimination of Christian communities from Anatolia during the First World War. It highlight also the most controversial points of the historical debate on the topic. It was a dramatic and complex history that is best understood if you place the massacres of Christians in the broader Ottoman Empire dissolution process.

Del Zanna, G. A., A cento anni dal genocidio armeno: la fine della presenza cristiana in Anatolia, <<STUDIUM>>, 2016; 112 (2): 214-225 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/101235]

A cento anni dal genocidio armeno: la fine della presenza cristiana in Anatolia

Del Zanna, Giorgio Aldo
2016

Abstract

One hundred years later, the Armenian genocide is still at the center of a “dispute of memory” between Armenians and Turks. The article describes the events that led to the elimination of Christian communities from Anatolia during the First World War. It highlight also the most controversial points of the historical debate on the topic. It was a dramatic and complex history that is best understood if you place the massacres of Christians in the broader Ottoman Empire dissolution process.
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Del Zanna, G. A., A cento anni dal genocidio armeno: la fine della presenza cristiana in Anatolia, <<STUDIUM>>, 2016; 112 (2): 214-225 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/101235]
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