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  • |Death date=1981/05/18 |Death year=1981
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  • who was responsible for the deaths of my parents, my brothers, and my and thought that Talaat Pasha was responsible not only for their deaths
    406 KB (70,820 words) - 05:42, 15 October 2018
  • Turkish forces, trying to purge [[Turkey]] of Armenians, caused the deaths of 1.5 the Turkish government, and in 1981, Minasian decided to find out exactly what
    8 KB (1,398 words) - 06:45, 18 July 2005
  • 1981 Four Armenian deaths reported in Karabagh.
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  • * [[August 31]] - [[William Saroyan]], Armenian-American author (d. [[1981]]) ==Deaths==
    973 bytes (102 words) - 13:41, 20 February 2006
  • '''1981 (MCMLXXXI)''' is a common year starting on Thursday. ==Deaths==
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  • * [[1908]] - [[William Saroyan]], Armenian-American author (d. [[1981]]) ==Deaths==
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  • ==Deaths== * [[1981]] - [[William Saroyan]], Armenian-American author (b. [[1908]])
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  • In [[Proclamation 4838]], issued on April 22, [[1981]] to proclaim April 26-May 3 as “Days of Remembrance of Victims of Holoca April 22, 1981 By the President of the United States of America
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  • ...ssassinate [[Turkey|Turkish]] diplomats and politicians in revenge for the deaths inflicted upon the Armenians during the [[Armenian Genocide]]. It also dem ...cal turmoil]], and Hagopian believed that the time was right to avenge the deaths of the Armenians who died during the Armenian Genocide and to force the Tur
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  • ...red to use the term "Armenian Genocide," since Pres. Reagan's proclamation 1981. Successive U.S. administrations, both Republican and Democrat, have avoide ...in 1915 -is not everywhere free today to combat false assertions that the deaths of as many as one and one half million Armenians came about as the result o
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  • TWENTIETH CENTURY_ (NEW HAVEN: YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1981), PP. i.e., acknowledging deaths, but denying that they were the result of
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  • <li>1981 Museum of Modern Art, Yerevan</li> <li>1981 Vilnius Art Academy</li>
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  • ...n offered this year: 'Atrocities,' 'brutally massacred,' 'marched to their deaths,' 'unspeakable suffering,' 'perished,' 'dark chapters of history,' 'what oc ...ready acknowledged the Armenian Genocide in a Presidential Proclamation in 1981. The Armenian Genocide was also recognized by the House of Representative i
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  • ...maniacs or drunk drivers! The only relevant issue here is that upon their deaths, the heirs should have been promptly paid in keeping with the terms of the ...nd 1984 -- adopted resolutions commemorating the Armenian Genocide, and in 1981, Pres. Reagan issued a Presidential Proclamation mentioning the Armenian Ge
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  • ...e House of Representatives in 1975 and 1984, and by Pres. Ronald Reagan in 1981. ...ransgression by stating that no one denies "the awful events or the tragic deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent Armenians," which even Turkish officia
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  • ...policyholders. Considering the tragic and unnatural circumstance of these deaths, the State approved two successive extensions to the statute of limitations ...de, and Pres. Reagan issued a Presidential Proclamation on this subject in 1981. In addition, the U.S. Justice Department recognized the Armenian Genocide
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