The Armenian Genocide took place in the country of .
The Armenian Genocide took place between the years of and .
The predominant religion of the government the Armenians were living under at the time was .
The religion the Armenians practiced was .
In the sentence from the reading on History.com, "Turkish Sultan Abdul Hamid II–obsessed with loyalty above all, and infuriated by the nascent Armenian campaign to win basic civil rights–declared that he would solve the “Armenian question” once and for all." the word "nascent" means...
During the genocide the Armenians were forced to walk through the desert.
In the sentence from the reading on History.com, "Between 1894 and 1896, this “box on the ear” took the form of a state-sanctioned pogrom." The word "pogrom" means...
In the reading on history.com, the word "sanctioned" in the following sentence means...
"Between 1894 and 1896, this 'box on the ear' took the form of a state-sanctioned pogrom. "
The Armenian Nationalists had a plan to track down and assassinate the leaders of the Genocide after World War I was over. this plan was known as .
In 1915 about 2 million Armenians lived in Turkey. After the genocide ended, 388,000 Armenians remained. About 1.5 million Armenians had been killed, and many more forced out of the country.