BOOKS TO BE READ ABOUT TURKS GENOCIDES
The Hungry Steppe: Famine, Violence, and the Making of Soviet Kazakhstan
The Hungry Steppe examines one of the most heinous crimes of the Stalinist regime: the Kazakh famine of 1930–33. More than 1.5 million people, a quarter of Kazakhstan's population, perished. Yet the story of this famine has remained mostly hidden from view. Sarah Cameron reveals this brutal story and its devastating consequences for Kazakh society.
The novel's characters live their inimitable lives of flesh and blood, interwoven into the fabric of the harsh reality, which time had bestowed upon them. We avidly delve into all the subtleties of their lives, thoughts, feelings and aspirations. In the seething, as it would seem, stream of random events we suddenly perceive the oppressive and irreversible momentum of the epoch, and its fiery breath
Persecution and Massacres of Turks in the 1912-1913 Balkan War
Four small Balkan countries, which could not complete the nationalization process, came together with the encouragement and provocation of Russia and attacked the Ottoman Empire in October 1912. Their aim was to drive the Turks out of Europe and to share the Ottoman European lands.
İzmir, Aydın, Manisa, Denizli (1919-1923)
At the end of the First World War, the representatives of the victorious states, who thought to settle the Eastern Question once and for all, attributed the solution of the problem to the removal of the Turks from Europe and keeping them under control in Anatolia for a while. The policy to be followed after the Armistice will also be carried out on this axis.
CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY: TURKISH MASSACRE OF ARMENIANS İN IĞDIR AND ITS SURROUNDINGS
I have identified the "Mass Grave" places where mass murders (genocide) were committed by the Armenians in Oba, Hakmehmet, Küllük and Tuzluca villages of Iğdır and where the corpses of our murdered people were hidden.
Книга посвящена изучению русскоязычной казахстанской историографии и исторической публицистики, рассматривающей тему голода 30-х годов XX в. на территории Казахстана.
Ашаршылык: история Великого голода
Ашаршылык - казахское слово, обозначающее голод. Но оно также стало названием одной из крупнейших хозяйственных катастроф, когда-либо постигших Казахстан за всю его историю. Голод 1932-1933 годов нанес Казакской АССР (тогда еще автономной, в составе РСФСР) колоссальный ущерб, прошедшийся не только по хозяйству, но и культуре и быту казахов.
Armenian Genocide, A BIG LIE
Why the so-called “Armenian Genocide” has been known as one-sided story, which for the most part has ignored, dismissed, or forgotten facts about the true story behind these claims.
Why USA and Europe never listen or disregard the Turk’s side story and act for only one side, Armenian’s side?