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Armenian themed Goliath, dressed in medieval Armenian military attire, Armenian Cathedral of the Holy Cross on Akhtamar Island Van, Western Armenia (nowadays: Turkish republic)

Armenian themed Goliath, dressed in medieval Armenian military attire, Armenian Cathedral of the Holy Cross on Akhtamar Island Van, Western Armenia (nowadays: Turkish republic)

The Armenian military carried out a live fire exercise with a counter-attack scenario. Air Force involved with Su-25s and Mi-24s.

The Armenian military carried out a live fire exercise with a counter-attack scenario. Air Force involved with Su-25s and Mi-24s.

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Before the Jewish holocaust came the Armenian holocaust of Urge your lawmakers to support recognition of the Armenian genocide.

Vartan Mamikonian Postcard Illustration. Vardan Mamikonian, also known as Saint Vardan was an Armenian military leader, a martyr and a saint of the Armenian Church. (V)

Vardan Mamikonian, also known as Saint Vardan was an Armenian military leader, a martyr and a saint of the Armenian Church.

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393 AD — 451 AD) was an Armenian military leader. Necklace from HL Design

Vardan Mamikonian statue in Gyumri - Sword in one hand and a cross in the other. Vardan was an Armenian military leader, a martyr and a saint of the Armenian Church.The horse (front legs up) indicates Vartan died on the battlefield

Vartan Mamigonian statue in Gyumri - Sword in one hand and a cross in the other. He was an Armenian military leader, a martyr and a saint of the Armenian Church.The horse (front legs up) indicates Vartan died on the battlefield

Serob Vartanian, more prominently known by his nom de guerre Aghbiur Serob (Armenian: Աղբյուր Սերոբ) or Serob Pasha (Սերոբ Փաշա, 1864 – 24 November 1899) born Serob Vardanian (Սերոբ Վարդանյան) was a famed Armenian military commander who organized a guerrilla network that fought against the Ottoman Empire during the latter part of the 19th century.

Serob Vartanian, more prominently known by his nom de guerre Aghbiur Serob (Armenian: Աղբյուր Սերոբ) or Serob Pasha (Սերոբ Փաշա, 1864 – 24 November 1899) born Serob Vardanian (Սերոբ Վարդանյան) was a famed Armenian military commander who organized a guerrilla network that fought against the Ottoman Empire during the latter part of the 19th century.

SHUSHA, AZERBAIJAN - MAY. Azerbaijani soldiers sit in front of a fresco painted with a portrait of Khurshidbanu Natavan, one of the best lyrical poets of Azerbaijan and the daughter of Mehdigulu Khan, the last ruler of the Karabakh khanate, in May 1992 in Shusha, Azerbaijan. On May 8, 1992, the Armenian military launched their operation to capture the city of Shusha. The region had been encircled by Armenian troops for a few months leading up to the invasion. Shusha was the historical and…

SHUSHA, AZERBAIJAN - MAY. Azerbaijani soldiers sit in front of a fresco painted with a portrait of Khurshidbanu Natavan, one of the best lyrical poets of Azerbaijan and the daughter of Mehdigulu Khan, the last ruler of the Karabakh khanate, in May 1992 in Shusha, Azerbaijan. On May 8, 1992, the Armenian military launched their operation to capture the city of Shusha. The region had been encircled by Armenian troops for a few months leading up to the invasion. Shusha was the historical and…

Azerbaijanis wait in line for the distribution of rationed bread and food to bring home to their families in Shusha, Azerbaijan, in May 1992. The city of Shusha was the last major town in Azerbaijan to fall to Armenian troops. Shusha was the historical and cultural center of the Karabakh region and Azerbaijans last strategic foothold. After being under siege for many months, on May 8, 1992, the Armenian military launched their operation to capture the city. They attacked from three sides…

Azerbaijanis wait in line for the distribution of rationed bread and food to bring home to their families in Shusha, Azerbaijan, in May 1992. The city of Shusha was the last major town in Azerbaijan to fall to Armenian troops. Shusha was the historical and cultural center of the Karabakh region and Azerbaijans last strategic foothold. After being under siege for many months, on May 8, 1992, the Armenian military launched their operation to capture the city. They attacked from three sides…

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