QUOTE(Hosank @ 09/30/07 10:08 AM) [snapback]116732[/snapback]
hello, thank you very much for that website, thought i was mostly only reading the english part, since turkish is far from my native tongue, it would be nice if you could translate some of the turkish.
it was nice to see how the zazas have links co cilicia.com, argos, hrant dink memorials and so on. i also loved the armenian song played on the page .. siroun aghtchig, sirun yar. sung in old western armenian, which brought warmth to my heart.
i also loved the pictures of the village of perri, a typical armenian village, if you notice, even todays villages in armenia are build on a hill like that.
would be nice to learn more about the zaza and armenian peoples.
Well it is difficult to translate everything. It basically says that Armenian genocide is not forgotten and giving some proofs. Tells about some Armenians of Dersim and the relationship between the Zaza and Armenians. Some Armenian villages that were changed after the Dersim genocide in 1937-1939.
If you want to know more about Zazas and Armenians of Dersim there are some books in Armenian language.Dersimi Hayeri
Azkakroutioune from Kevork Haladjian«arsancaki Hayots Badmutyun
from YerevanyanHay Heghapokhagani Ma Hishadagnere
from Ruben Der MinassianThe Ethnographical Materials of Dersim
from G. Halajyan
I would like to know more about Armenians of Dersim but I don't have much information about them. There are still some Armenians living in Dersim.