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  • The Armenian Genocide - PBS Documentary - PBS documentary by Andrew Goldberg telling the story of the first Genocide of the 20th century, when over a million Armenians died at the hands of the Ottoman Turks during World War I.
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  • Armenian History - Offers illustrated articles, as well as a glossary of terms, by Yuri Babayan.
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  • Armenian Revolutionary Federation Archives Institute - The main task of the Institute is to digitize, categorize, and process the archives of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation and make them available for academic research.
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  • armenian-history.com - Comprehensive Armenian history by Smbat Minasyan, including maps, demographics, biographies, and author's profile.
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  • Armenology Research National Center - Offers published and unpublished material related to Armenia and the Armenians on a variety of topics, including literature, history, art, philosophy, and religion.
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  • Bazmavep Journal - Official journal of the Mechitarist Congregation published by the Armenian Academy of San Lazzaro. Offers scholarly discourses about historical, philological, ecclesiastical, linguistic and literary topics.
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  • Djulfa Virtual Memorial and Museum - Website documenting the deliberate destruction of the largest medieval Armenian cemetery at Djulfa (Old Jugha, Julfa, Culfa) in the exclave of Nakhichevan (Naxçıvan), Republic of Azerbaijan.
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  • Erebuni Historical and Archaeological Museum-Reserve - Features information about Arin Berd, Karmir Blur, and Shengavit settlements.
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  • History Museum of Armenia - Features a list of expositions, collections, departments, and visitor information.
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  • History of Armenia - Complete history of Armenia, illustrated with maps and other information.
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  • Houshamadyan - A project to reconstruct Ottoman Armenian town and village life.
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  • Institute for Armenian Studies - An institute headquartered in Munich, Germany whose purpose is to study Armenia's problems and future through publications and through the fostering of understanding between peoples.
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  • Mousa Ler - Includes a photo archive. Various resources about the past of Armenians and Mousa Dagh in particular where a battle for survival took place during the genocide.
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  • Robert Bedrosian's Armenian History Workshop - Scholarly articles about Armenia in antiquity and the Middle Ages and on Armenian historical sources.
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