April 24, 1915 marks the beginning of the Armenian Genocide. It took place only 100 years ago, and until today Turkey refuses to even admit it ever happened.
A lot has been written and said about the event. Here I list with a few references that can be accessed via the Internet, composed of a list or articles and videos.
Armenian Genocide. United Human Rights Council. Retrieved April 24, 2015.
The Forgotten Genocide: why it matters today. Raymond Ibrahim. April 24, 2015.
The Islamic Genocide of Christians: Past and Present. Raymond Ibrahim, PJ Media. April 24, 2015.
The 1915 Armenian Genocide - Why is it still denied by Turkey (and the US)?. Mike Opelka, The Blaze, April 25, 2015.
1915-1923 Armenian Genocide (http://www.genocide1915.info/)
(1) PBS documentary "The Armenian Genocide." A very good overview following the historical development, with causes and consequences.
(2) A 2013 "60 Minutes" segment. "the remains of the Armenians are so prevalent in the area that all you need to do is scratch the sand along the river banks and you will find pieces of human bones that have been there for 98 years."
(3) Documentary "1915 AGHET"
(4) "Ravished Armenia" ("Auction of Souls") is a silent movie shot in 1919 in Hollywood about the Armenian Genocide, based on a book written by a Genocide survivor. A large portion of the movie was lost but this 20 minute-long clip was recovered.
(5) Rescuing Armenian women in the der Zor Desert