Armenian diaspora

The Armenian diaspora is a direct consequence of the Armenian genocide committed by ottoman and nationalist Turks, Kurdish tribes with the complicity of the German Empire, from 1915 to 1923.

The Armenian diaspora must refer exclusively to the survivors and their descendants.

The new emigrations should not be confused with the Armenian diaspora (post-genocide).

The word spyurk was used by Soviet Armenians mainly to denigrate the Armenians living outside the motherland, to empty them of their importance as historical and political entities, to deprive them of their rights.

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