Baku, you are wrong. Those pictures posted by armenian users are gruesome and very tragic for armenian people and for any human actually. It still doesnt give the right to use that tragedy as an excuse for all years after 1915 and commit atricities like massacre od Azeris in 1918 in many regions of Azerbaijan by dashnaks and Karabakh in Khojali in 1992.
To call what happened to Armenians in 1915 as genoside means to see only armenian side of the history. More Turks and Kurds together with other minorites died during those tragic events. While individual Turkish officers and soldiers behaved abominably and in disgusting unhuman ways, there is no records, official documents of the Ottoman government proving that the government ordered its army to exterminate armenians. Turks were shocked and angry by betrayal and backstabbing of armenians at such difficult war time. its not the first time, isnt it. We, AZeris, pretty much remember from history how armenians dashnaks invited the British troops with Dunsterville to Baku in 1918 and then betrayed the British as well. The Britts were pretty much pissed off by armenians. Just a couple of examples:
"...At the same time as they attacked the volcano, the Turks moved out from the village of Novkhany on the north side of the peninsula, where a sunken road allowed them to approach close to the British lines while under cover. They charged a hill east of the village of Binagadi, held by a battalion of Armenian conscripts. When word reached them of the attack on the volcano, a company of North Staffords was told to abandon their positions at Diga and reinforce the Armenians on Binagadi Hill. When they reached the crest, however, the British found it deserted
"...At 6 a.m. Turkish machine guns and artillery opened an enfilading fire on the men on Binagadi Hill, inflicting heavy casualties. With Lieutenant Petty dead, the British survivors retreated to a fallback position called Warwick Castle. A nearby Armenian unit took too long
to react, arriving long after the hill had been abandoned. The Armenian reinforcements failed to hold their new position on the right.." (p.3)
from here http://historynet.com/mh/blbaku/index.html