One of the sources for those who intend to attach antiquity to the history of modern Armenians is the northern province of Hayasa – the XIV century BC state of Hittites. Proceeding from the term of “hay”, the authors of “Armenia” book, published in Russian in 1966, consider the Armenians as direct successors of Hayasas. Read more
…Armenian chauvinists, with the help of the allied imperialist forces and the extreme reactionary Gen Denikin, still cherish an illusion that has become a criminal idea of creating a “Great Armenia” in its historical areas from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean made up of seven provinces. The absence of Armenians and presence of exclusively Muslim population on these territories does not confuse them. Read more
N.S.Vartapetov: “(The Armenian church), armed with the Christian flag, all the time annihilated the peoples of the historical Albania and its integral part – Karabakh (Artsakh)” and “skillfully adapted to the historical situation, served the Sefevids, then the Russian Empire, as well as they served Byzantine, the Iranian Sassanids, the Arab caliphs and the Mongolians”. (N.S.Vartapetov, “Christian monuments of Transcaucasus”). Read more
The historical land of Azerbaijan Yerevan was ceded to Armenia on May 29, 1918. How and why was it ceded to Armenia?
AzVision.az will present the details on the dramatic time of the new history of Azerbaijan to the readers in upcoming days.
Politicians, as well as, chess players compute their turns. Read more
Armenian actions against their Muslim overlords began during the Russian advance into the Eastern Caucasus khanates (principalities) in 1796. These khanates, although nominally under Persian rule, were in fact ruled by local lords (khans). Their populations were mainly Turkish, with large communities of other Muslims and Armenians. When Russian armies invaded Armenian subjects of the khans acted as spies. For example, Armenians delivered the plans of the water supply of Derbend to the Russians, allowing the city to be taken. Read more