The Christian Genocide of Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks took place from 1913 until 1925, resulting in the deaths of more than two million people. Estimates of the tragedy place the death tolls at:
1.2 – 1.5 million during the Armenian Genocide (1915-1923);
275,000 – 400,000 during the Assyrian Genocide (1914-1918 and 1922-1925); and
750,000 – 900,000 during the Greek Genocide (1913-1923).
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The Christian Genocide took place at a time of incessant wars during the last years of the Ottoman Empire, and the emergence of Turkey after World War I.
Christian missionaries (notably, German Johannes Lepsius and American Clarence Ussher), German military officers such as Otto Liman von Sanders and ambassadors like American Henry Morgenthau and Germans Hans von Wangenheim and Paul Wolff Metternich witnessed and reported the Armenian Genocide as a campaign of race extermination, but Germany and the world did nothing to stop it. Therefore Germany stood by during both World War I
and World War II (the Holocaust) and were complicit in not one, but two genocides.