Armenian Genocide Photo Collection
Gallery: National Geographic Magazine
Gallery: Victor Pitchman
Armenian Refugees in Deportation Route
Death of fatigue Deported Armenian children (Kharpert, 1915), by Maria Jacobsen, Diary 1907-1919. Kharpout, Turkey, translated into Armenian from the original manuscriptet written by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonian, Antelias, Lebanon, 1979.
Kharbert (Kharpout) 1915 One of many Armenian children who have twisted away to a skeleton, by Maria Jacobsem, Diary 1907-1919. Kharpout, Turkey, translated into Armenian from the original manuscriptet written by Nerses Pakhdikian, Mihran Simonian, Antelias, Lebanon, 1979.
Orphans refugees who hope to reach any city where there is bread. These children ate the candle light drops from the side of the charitable organization car, in a country that is naturally fertile.
Volume XXXVI, No. five, in November 1919, p 410
Igdir, Armenian children eat their ration of boiled rice, which is awarded by the American Committee.
Volume XXXVI, No. five, in November 1919, p 412
Remains of Armenian corpses that have been burned alive in a cattle shed in Aly-Zrna.
The skull and the bodies of Armenians killed in the Ali-Zrna.
The skeletons of tortured Armenian women and children close to the Monastery in Mush.
The remains of Armenian children, drowned in the Black Sea, Trabizon, 1916.
Armenian workers killed in Bitlis
The body of a raped, tortured and headless Armenian woman in Bitlis.
Collection of orphans and forlorn child during the exodus from Van, 1915.
The funeral of Western Armenian refugee family, the province Eivan (Yerevan), summer 1915
The bodies of brutally murdered Armenians during Bitlisbron.
The skeletons of Armenian women and children in the valley of the St. Karapets Monastery in Mush.
The skull of living burned refugees in Bitlis.
The corpses of Armenian laborers, killed by Turks on the road near Mush.
Headless bodies of Armenian workers in the construction of the road to Bitlis.
The remainder of refugees during the retreat from Van, 14 July 1915, near Tashlichay
The victims of epidemics during the retreat, July 14, 1915, Idgir-grove.
The rest of the refugees at the foot of Ararat during the retreat, July 14, 1915