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The Armenian homeland lies at the crossroads of Asia Minor, which links Europe with the Middle and Far East.
The plateau's original settlers, beginning about 2800 B.
The estimated 700,000 Americans of Armenian ancestry are descended from an ancient nation located at the borders of modern Russia, Turkey, and Iran.
Through much of the past 4,000 years, Armenians have been a subjugated people with no independent state until September 23, 1991, when the Soviet Union dissolved and the 3,400,000 people in that area voted to form a new Republic of Armenia.
Wendy did not know how to pronounce Gunvalson or Tamra. Vicki handled herself well even when Wendy asked about Brook. I zipped through Peggy and Diko because the episode is mostly going to be about their 22nd Anniversary party. Kelly’s mom and dad had a bad thirty year marriage. Peggy introduces the “Armenian food” made by the caterers. She says she will never make it herself because it is a lot of work. Based on what I have seen of Peggy and there kids in the kitchen, the best thing she makes is reservations. Diko starts of sticking money in the dancer’s costume. Peggy is drunk and does the tacky attention-getting stunt of banging cutlery on glassware. Every year, Diko says gets two of the same gifts, one for year of them. This year it is two Audemars Piguet watches and also a 22 carat diamond necklace as a bonus gift for Peggy.
On September 23, 1991, with the Soviet Union dissolving, citizens of Armenia overwhelmingly voted to form another independent republic.
But once again we have a housewives meeting where both of them are expecting the other to apologize. She says that she has been keeping her marriage together for Jolie. Production is literally bringing the children into the vicious storyline of the adults. Literally, I thought I could wait fifteen more minutes but no.
Oh I forgot to mention that Vicki was on Wendy Williams today in a very awkward stop on her press tout. I keep saying a I pretty sure Diko is Lebanese, not Armenian.
During World War I (1915-1920), with the collapse of the Ottoman empire and the rise of Pan-Turkish nationalism, the Turkish government attempted to eradicate the Armenian nation in what is now termed "the first genocide of the twentieth century." One million Turkish Armenians were slaughtered, while the other million survivors were cast from their Anatolian homeland into a global diaspora that remains to this day.
On May 28, 1918, facing death, some Armenians declared an independent Armenian state in the northeast corner of Turkey.