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National Geographic And Armenian Issues

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    15 July 05

    The National Geographic periodical touches upon Armenia and the
    Armenian issues time after time. According to "The Armenian Mirror
    Spectator, " Bernard Ohanian, former deputy editor-in-chief, told
    about the history of the periodical during the meeting at the
    International and Public Affairs' Facultyof the Columbia University in
    New York. The meeting was organized by the Armenian center of the
    University, commemorating the 90th anniversary of the Armenian

    On behalf of the board of the Armenian Center, Mark Momjian,
    represented the guest and stated that the periodical touched upon the
    Armenian issues in the October of 1915, when Hester Donaldson
    Jannicks, professor at the Ladies American Collage of Constantinople,
    published the article, entitled "Armenia and the Armenians."

    Mr. Ohanian spoke of the history of the periodical and the articles
    published in "The National Periodical" on Armenia and the Armenian
    issues. In particular, writer Melville Chatter published an article
    entitled "The Country of Walking Death. The Travel through Armenia
    Doomed to Hunger" in 1919. In 1978, the periodical published the
    article "The Proud Armenians." While in the March of 2004, the
    periodical published "The Revival of Armenia" article that the term
    "genocide," when dwelling on the events of 1915.

    Mr. Ohanian has worked also with The Los Angeles Times magazine, The
    Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle and The Columbia
    Journalism Review" periodicals.

    By the end of the meeting, Mark Momjian presented "My Name Is Red,"
    the book by Orhan Pamuk, signed by the author, to the honored

    By Hakob Tsulikian
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    General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.