The Nazis and Their Armenian Supporters

When World War I began in 1914, the widely scattered people calling themselves "Armenians" were at the forefront of being disloyal to the Ottoman government with whom they had lived in peace for more than five hundred years. The Armenians "claimed" to have been among the first supporters of the victorious Allies who were at war with Germany.

After World War I ended, Armenians claimed lands and existed as a terrorist state until the mid-1920s when they entered into a peaceful agreement and became a part of the Soviet Union.

In the early 1930s Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany. This is the same Germany the Armenians "claimed" to have fought some thirteen years earlier. In typical Armenian fashion, this tiny state cut a deal with the Nazis because they thought they would win World War II, which was just beginning. Armenian General Dro Kanayan, famous for his many successful attacks against unarmed Muslim villages, joined the German war efforts. The 812th Armenian Legion and Armenian battalion were organized. It would grow to become twenty thousand soldiers strong. This battalion fought with the Germans in the Crimea, the North Caucasus, and Holland.

The soldiers of the battalion were assigned a special duty in keeping with Armenian past military skills. Many Armenian soldiers were used as police units in newly captured and occupied lands. The soldiers were assigned to spy out and capture all Jews and other undesirable elements as listed by the Germans. Once a sizeable number of individuals were captured, the Armenians herded them together and marched them to the concentration camps that became so infamous for the mass massacre of millions of Jews.

By August 1935, Armenian newspapers were publishing pro-German articles. The Armenian press could not praise Hitler enough. The following are just a few of the many examples of the Armenian press slobbering all over Hitler and the Nazis.

On May 10, 1935, Hairenik Weekly published a statement made by the vice-Mayor of Bucharest, Romania: "The Armenians have helped us Romanians not to become slaves of the Jewish elements." History has recorded that Romania was in the forefront of anti-Semitic states within the Nazi occupied lands.

On August 9, 1935 ,the Hairenik Weekly explained that the reason Armenians and Greeks killed so many Jews in Salonica was because of Jewish love of gain.

The Daily Hairenik, not to be outdone by the Weekly Hairenik, joined in supporting the German cause. On August 19, 1936: "Sometimes it is difficult to eradicate these poisonous elements [Jews] when they have struck deep root like a chronic disease, and when it becomes necessary for a people (Nazis) to eradicate them in an uncommon method these attempts are regarded as revolutionary. During a surgical operation, the flow of blood is a natural thing. Under such conditions dictatorship seems to have the role of a savior."

The very next day, this Armenian newspaper published the statement, "Jews being the most fanatical nationalists and race-worshiper, are compelled to create an atmosphere of internationalism and world-citizenship in order to preserve their race. As British use battleships to occupy lands, the Jews use internationalism or communism as a weapon." Consider the fact that just eighteen years before the Armenians were begging arms, ammunition and military supplies from these same British they now attack on behalf of Germany.

On September 17, 1936, the Hairenik praised Hitler and the Germans: "and came [to power] Adolph Hitler after Herculean struggles. He spoke to the racial heart strings of the German, opened the fountain if his national genius."

The September 25, 1936, edition of the newspaper published: "…the type of Jews who are imported to Palestine is not anything to be proud about. They have loose morals and vices.... And on top of all, their Communist activities were the cause of most of the Arab criticism."

This issue of the Hairenik was printed in English and edited by Armenians living in Boston, Massachusetts. Perhaps this is the reason the Armenian Revolutionary Federation’s archives in Boston are not open to the public for research work. Perhaps the Armenians do not want fair and honest historians to examine the records of their active support for Nazi Germany during World War II.

In 1942, many Armenian youth were recruited and were active in support of the Nazi war effort. Suren Bezzadian Paikhar organized and led the Armenian National Socialist movement called Hoassank (which means "lighting"). This organization became popular throughout Europe and with young Armenians living in Turkey.

By late 1942 this organization merged with the Armenian National Council. Several Armenian Revolutionary Federation leaders founded this organization.

Karekin Nezhdeh, an Armenian general founded Armenian Tseghagron, a racist organization through which Armenian young people flowed to the infamous Nazi SS and other elite German military forces.

Armenian support for Nazi Germany was widespread. Armenians living in Germany and France joined the 58th Panzer Corps and the Ostlegion of the Wehrmacht’s 10th Army in large numbers.

Armenian Revolutionary Federation leaders worked closely with German Military Intelligence. The Armenians did for Germany what they first did best for the Russians in World War I — spying. From mid 1941 until September 1944 the Armenians worked closely with Nazi intelligence offices in Turkey and throughout the Middle East. Armenian "secret" agents worked to spread German propaganda and helped the Nazis run down and locate Jews.

During the early years of the war Armenian leaders thought Germany would win the war. They made every effort to cut a deal for the Germans to give them Russian and Turkish lands.

Once the tide of battle of World War II changed and began to flow toward an Allies victory; the Armenian chameleons jumped the German ship and swam like drowning rats. They began to denounce the Germans, then groveled before the Allies just as they had done before the Germans. These were the same Allies who just a few years before which the Armenians claimed owed them Russian and Turkish lands.

Countless Armenians were in collusion with the Nazis and Hitler. They helped in the extermination of Jews during World War II. These Armenians were important in their actions and were very valuable to the Nazi war efforts in creating what became known in 1948 as the "holocaust."

There can be no question about the massive Armenian support for Nazi Germany during World War II. What is incredible is that once the Armenians saw that Germany was going to lose the war, they switched sides.

After the war, the Armenians claimed that Hitler made statements about them being massacred in 1915. This is a false claim and fake evidence was submitted that has been exposed as being a forgery.

The Armenians, for ten years from the early 1930s until 1944, actively supported Hitler and the Nazis. After the war the Armenians attempt to "claim" Hitler was against them. But there is more much more that Armenians have yet to answer for regarding their active cooperation with Hitler and the Nazis. Rutgers University’s Journal of Law and Religion is in the process of using the Internet to post newly discovered Nuremberg Nazi war crimes trial evidence. These published documents pose both questions and answers about Armenian involvement and support of Adolph Hitler, the Nazis, and Germany before and during World War II.

The online documents provide proof that Nazi Germany wanted to eliminate Christianity and the church and substitute it with a purely Aryan racial religion designed to meet the needs of their National Socialist political movement. The Nazis infiltrated churches and worked to discredit leading church members. Other Christians were singled out and jailed while other Christians were murdered. The Nazi attitude toward Christians was no secret in Nazi Germany nor in the territories captured and occupied by the them — with Armenian help, that they were anti church and anti-Christian.

Is this why Armenia has ethically cleansed its own tiny state and why almost 95 percent of everyone now living in this small place are pure "Aryan Armenian"? Perhaps this is why more than 1 million people have fled from Armenia between 1992 and 2002.

Is this why Armenia makes it all but impossible for any other Christian faith but their Armenian official state church to operate in their tiny state?

How can the Christian world keep on pumping billions of dollars into such a tiny place where the people have such a convincing record of promoting racial purity and persecution of anyone who Isn’t "white" or any Christian faith different from official Armenian?

Armenians call upon Turkey to apologize for their self called genocide of 1915. How can Armenia do such a thing without first apologizing for supporting the Nazis during World War II and their role in the massacre of many thousand Jews?

Why hasn’t the official, state-controlled Armenian church condemned these anti-Christian actions of the 1930s and early 1940s?

Not only is it not in the Armenians character to admit their mistakes and wrongs of the past they even steal other peoples ideas. For example: Even though the Armenians helped the Nazis capture defenseless Jews and march them off to the camps, today the Armenians have established what they call the Armenian Genocide Museum and Memorial two blocks from the White House in Washington D.C.

The director of planning for this museum made a public speech on November 9, 2001, in Toronto, Canada. The director stated, "It is our intent to involve Armenians throughout our far flung Diaspora in the planning and financing of this multi-million-dollar effort».

Note the use of the word "diaspora». Webster defines the word "diaspora" as "the dispersion of the Jews after the Babylonian exile. The Jews thus dispersed. The places where they settled. Any scattering of people with a common origin, background and beliefs». Clearly this is an effort to compare themselves to the great horrors suffered by the Jews when they were a part of the persecution of said Jews.