Monthly Archives: February 2016

Primate Clarifies the Position of the ACT UK

Primate Clarifies the Position of the ACT UK

  New Primate, His Grace Bishop Hovakim Manukyan Clarifies the Position of the Armenian Church Trust (ACT UK) ::  In Issue No 5 – Vol.2 – of the Armenian Church News, His Grace Bishop Hovakim Manukyan, Primate of the Armenian Churches in the United Kingdom and Ireland, has clarified the issue of trusteeship of the […]

Armenian Community Council of the UK Hold Annual Reception for its Committees

Armenian Community Council of the UK Hold Annual Reception for its Committees

ACC UK held its Annual Cocktail Reception at the Marriot Hotel, London, for its Committees ::  On 20th February, Saturday evening,  the Armenian Community Council of UK held its annual Cocktail Reception, to honour and thank all the Committees that function within its structure, for their dedicated work and support during the past year. The […]

An Aivazovsky 19th Century Painting At Daniel Hunt Fine Art, Chelsea

An Aivazovsky 19th Century Painting At Daniel Hunt Fine Art, Chelsea

An Aivazovsky 19th Century painting is currently at Daniel Hunt Fine Art, Chelsea. This painting is of Armenian national interest. Daniel Hunt recently bought this painting at Sotheby’s which features three Armenian girls in resplendent national costume emerging from a sunlit garden. One of them gives charity to a blind beggar in a white turban […]

Be Armenian: An Armenian Themed Mobile App

‘Be Armenian’  – Mobile App :: The ‘Be Armenian’ project began shortly before the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. The first collection of wallpapers entitled “Remember and Demand,” were created in commemoration of the genocide. It portrayed the Forget-Me-Not flower, a floral depiction which became the symbol for the 100th anniversary of the Armenian […]

How the Armenian Genocide Shaped the Holocaust

How the Armenian Genocide Shaped the Holocaust

How the Armenian Genocide Shaped the Holocaust ::   By Stefan Ihrig ::  Nowhere was the debate over what was going on in Turkey to the Armenians more heated than Germany—and the conclusions drawn would change history. One day in the winter of 1941, as he “walked through the streets of the Warsaw Ghetto,” Hermann Wygoda, […]

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