From World War I to the present
Commemorations of two 1915 events—the mass killings of Armenians in Turkey and the Turkish stand at Gallipoli—have caused tension
"The fate of the Armenians stands as exemplary in the history of mass exterminations, ethnic cleansing, deportations and yes, genocide"
An estimated 1.5 million died in the massacres, deportations and forced marches of 1915
A century ago, the Women’s Congress met with the aim of revolutionizing a ravaged political landscape
“The world last week listened to some blunt words from Winston Churchill.” When LIFE reported on the former (and future) prime minister’s now-famous Iron Curtain...
In the frozen landscapes of Eastern Ukraine, where government forces and pro-Russia fighters are fighting a bitter war of attrition, the specter of another...