Genocide 1915
Armenian Genocide Information
The Armenian Genocide of 1915 carried out by the Ottoman Empire is a historical fact. Despite Turkish denials, it is unanimously verified by the International Association of Genocide Scholars and accepted by nations that uphold moral responsibility above political gain.

Armenian Genocide Timeline: 1921

1/3/1921 An acquittal is handed down for those accused of the massacre in Adrianople (Edirne).
1/18/1921 The Ottoman government abolishes the courts martial.
1/20/1921 The Turkish Nationalist Pact demands the inclusion of Armenia, Smyrna, and Thrace in Turkish territory.
1/21/1921 The trial on Erzerum massacres is reviewed by a new and higher court.
1/21/1921 Naim Jevad, an accused war criminal, is sent by Enver as an envoy from Moscow to Constantinople.
2/8/1921 Mustafa Pasha, presiding judge of the court martial which had condemned Nusret to death on August 5, 1920, was acquitted of the charge of having joined in a conspiracy against the government after six months of imprisonment and a trial. The trial signals the beginning of the reversal of the policy on bringing the Ittihadists to justice.
2/11/1921 After a ten-months siege, Aintab capitulates to Turkish Nationalist forces.
2/17/1921 The trial on the Keghi massacres is held.
2/18/1921 Some of the war criminals are acquitted.
2/24/1921 The investigation of the Der-el-Zor (Deir el-Zor) massacres begins.
3/10/1921 The investigation of the Der-el-Zor (Deir el-Zor) massacres continues.
3/15/1921 Talaat is assassinated in Berlin by an Armenian student, Soghomon Tehlirian. Talaat had been condemned to death by the Turkish court martial on July 11, 1919. (In 1943, the Turkish government removed the remains of Talaat from Nazi Germany and enshrined them with great ceremony on Liberty Hill in Constantinople.)
6/1/1921 The German Foreign Office obstructs the former German Consul at Aleppo, Rossler, from testifying in the Berlin court trying Talaat's assassin.
6/2/1921 Tehlirian's trial is held in Berlin.
6/3/1921 Tehlirian is acquitted.
12/6/1921 Said Halim is assassinated in Rome.