A myth of terror: Armenian extremism, its causes and its historical context : an illustrated exposť

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Edition Zeitgeschichte, 1986 - Political Science - 144 pages
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Contents

A Personal Foreword
6
Five Faces of Terror
18
The Prehistoric Cultures of Eastern Anatolia
25
Seljuks Mongol Invaders and Ottomans
33
The Armenian Orthodox Patriarchate
39
The Causes of the Armenian Tragedy
45
A Golden Age for Armenians and Ottomans
53
Nationalism Spreads from the Church to Secular Organizations
65
The Forgeries of Aram Andonian
84
After the Acquittal of Malta the Armenian Terrorists Took Justice into Their Own Hands
91
The Collapse of the Central Powers and the Continuing Resistance of the Ottoman Empire
98
The Wars of the Republic of Armenia
104
An Equally Tragic Sequel on the Southern Front
110
Terrorism as Bloody Real FantasyWar
118
Armenian Terrorism A Chronological Rundown
125
Selected Bibliography
140

Its Causes and Consequences
75
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