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Children, Community, and Empire: Armenian Genocide From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Armenian Genocide (Armenian: Rwjng gtnuuunanLU, (note 31 Hayots tseghaspanutyun), also known as the Armenian Holocaust,9 was the Ottoman government's systematic extermination of Armenians, Inote 21 mostly citizens within the Ottoman Empire.10][11] The starting date is conventionally held to be 24 April 1915, the day that Ottoman authorities rounded up, arrested, and deported from Constantinople 5 million (now Istanbul) to the region of Angora (Ankara), 235 to 270 Armenian intellectuals and community leaders, the majority of whom were eventually murdered. The genocide was carried out during and after World War I and implemented in two phases-the wholesale killing of the able-bodied male population through massacre and subjection of army conscripts to forced labour, followed by the deportation of women, children, the elderly, and the infirm on death marches leading to the Syrian Desert. Driven forward by military escorts, the deportees were deprived of food and water and subjected to periodic robbery, rape, and massacre12 Other ethnic groups were similarly targeted for extermination in the Assyrian genocide and the Greek genocide, and their treatment is considered by some historians to be part of the same genocidal policy.112 Most Armenian diaspora communities around the world came into being as a direct result of the genocide.13] Raphael Lemkin was moved specifically by the annihilation of the Armenians to define systematic and premeditated exterminations within legal parameters and coin the word genocide in 1943.14The Armenian Genocide is acknowledged to have been one of the first moderm genocides,15|16||17because scholars point to the organized manner in which the killings were carried out. It is the second most-studied case of genocide after the Holocaust.[18] Turkey denies that the word genocide is an accurate term for these crimes but in recent years has been faced with increasing calls to recognize them as such.19] As of 2019, governments and parliaments of 31 countries, including Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Russia, as well as 49 states out of 50 of the United States. Inote 4] have recognized the events as a genocide 120] 4. A One U.S. state, Mississippi, has not yet recognized the events as genocide. Mississippi: Mississippi did an oopsie

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Beer, England, and Head: Beer Expert Drop that Keystone Light for something that actually tastes good Types of beer Lagers Ales Lagers have a crisper taste due to their fermentation process. They are fermented for longer at lower temperatures, mellow- ing the beer and creating a smoother taste. Ales are sweet, full-bodied and vary in color depending on the grains used during brewing. Many ales contain hops, which add a bitter flavor to counteract sweetness. Oktoberfest Pilsner Straw colored higly carbonated and low in alcohol ABV: 4.5-5.5% Porter Dark and heavy Stout Full-bodied and dark brown, drank in October Roasted not malt- ed, sweet with with a burnt flavor carmel aromas ABV: 4.0-7.0% ABV: 4.0-7.5% ABV: 4.0-7.0% Y88 837 637 837 Irish Ale Deep red in color, with maltly and sweet flavors Dunkel Dark amber, with smooth flavors similar to coffee ABV: 4.0-6.0% Bock Sweet and dark, with widely rang- ing flavors ABV: 5.5-7.5% Amber Sweet from excess malt and (surprise!) amber colored ABV: 4.0-6.0% ABV: 4.0-7.0% 6 RP RY & 7 602 637 637 07 Key Pale Ale Indian Pale Malty and hoppy with fruity aromas ABV: 4.0-7.0%% Ale (IPA) Extremely bitter and amber colored ABV: 5.5-7.5 % Beer Name Description of Preferred glassware beer and flavors 637 67 80 and color of beer 37 887 8 present ABV: 0.0-0.0% Average alcohol by volume range 00000 F 807 Very malty Malt-o-meter Not malty Wheat Pale, highly carbonated and commonly fruity ABV: 4.0-7.0% Hop-o-meter** Not hoppy Very hoppy Malt-o-meter rates basic malted flavor, however, malt- ed grains are present in most beers and vary widely Hop-o-meter rates basic bitterness due to hops What is "malty"? What is "hoppy"? "Malty" flavor is provided by malted cereal grains, which are sugars that are fermented( to create the CO, and alco- hol content. Malt contributes "Hoppy" flavor is provided by-you guessed it-hops. This flower is the bitterness that balances the malt's sweetness. The flavor depends on where the hops are grown, but most have a fruity, herbal or citrus flavors. Beers with strong hoppy flavors come from hops being left in the barrel longer. The IPA specifically began with leaving hops in the barrel as beer was shipped from India to England. to beer color, flavor and mouthfeel. Malts make beer sweet but depending on the grain used can also make the beer darker and heavier Malts also include richer flavors like carmel and espres- so. Porters are known for their malty taste. Glass Guide Tulip So foamy Use for: Pint Snifter Capture aromas Use for: Pilsner The bubbly Use for: Pale lagers with lots of carbonation Weizen Mug Drink up The essential Wheat dreams Use for: Use for: Use for: Anything and everything Stronger ales, like a double IPA, to smell ingredients Beer that Wheat beers, to Any beer, as long show off color and head has a very foamy head as you want to drink a lot of it What to try Like Budweiser? Like Guinness? Like Blue Moon? Like Heineken? Yuengling Traditional Lager Hoegaarden Witbier Founders Lagunitas Pils Porter Soft taste and slight citrus flavors makes this wheat beer easy to drink This amber lager with a subtle carmel A Czech-style pilsner that is light, smooth and refreshing With strong carmel and chocolate flavors, this porter is one of sweetness is a staple for summer days the best around
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