The Armenians were discriminated against, by the Turks, because they found them inferior. The Turks also wanted a unified nation, with one religion and one language. Between 1915 and 1923, an estimated 1.5 million Armenians, Greeks, and Assyrians were murdered.
Sir, there was no premeditation the the murders of the Armenians, there for it was not a genocide.
The Armenians were sent on "deportation walks" which cause many deaths because of starvation, thirst, and disease.
The Armenians were often burned to death.
To this day, The Turks refuse to talk about this genocide. They say there was no premeditation of the deaths, so they refuse to acknowledge the genocide.
The Turkish people wanted a unified nation, with one religion, and one language. They thought that by murdering all the non-Turks, they would be better off.
This genocide took place in the Ottoman Empire where the Armenians had been living for many years. The Ottoman Empire had been declining, and that is one of the causes of the Armenian Genocide.