Genocides of azerbaijanis

Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict: roots. Massacres of 1905-1906

Introduction   This is an attempt to research the roots of the protracted conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan and the way scholars from both countries looked on the events of 1905-1906, which are described by many as “the Armenian-Tatar massacres.” (In the Russian Empire Azerbaijani Turks were called Azerbaijani Tatars or simply Tatars- F.Sh.)

Report of Mr. Novatsky, member of the Extraordinary Investigation Commission of the Central State Archive of the Azerbaijan Republic

“Report on the utter destruction of the town of Guba and the villages of the Guba uyezd and the violence committed against the inhabitants of the mentioned town and settlements.”

To Mr. Chairman of the above commission concerning devastation of the Guba city and villages of Guba uyezd and violence over the residents of the above-mentioned city and villages.

Genocide in Khojaly, tragedy of XX century

In history of our nation Khojaly genocide became one of mournful and tragic events. Heydar Aliyev, Azerbaijan Republic President in his “Appeal to Azerbaijani people devoted to 10th anniversary of Khojaly genocide” stressed: “This cruel and ruthless genocide will go down in mankind history as one of the most dreadful mass terroristic acts” (“Bakinski rabochiy”, February 26, 2002).

A Slaughterer Chieftain from Balkans to Caucasia: Andranik Ozanian

National heroes occupy an important place in the construction of a national history and a national conscience. These heroes embody the characteristic features of the community they are members of. Also in the Armenian independence movement, some symbolic names came to the foreground. The most important of these is Andranik Ozanian.