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Why Armenia Should Be Free: Armenia's Role in the Present War
Garegin Pasdermadjian,George Nasmyth
No preview available - 2009
Alashkert allied cause Armen Garo Armenian inhabitants Armenian National Council Armenian officers Armenian peasants Armenian Revolutionary Dashnaktzoutiun Armenian soldiers Armenian vilayets Armenian volunteers arms army corps Bagradouni Baku Batoum battalions of Armenian battles Bitlis brave brave mountaineers Caucasian front Caucasian government co-operation command Constantinople defend delegates deported despotism Erivan Erzeroum fighting France frontier Garegin Pasdermadjian Georgians German hands Haroutiun Pasdermadjian heroic resistance join July Kars Khalil Bey Kurds left wing massacres mean Mesopotamia months mountains Mourat Nazarbekoff nearly Ottoman peace Persia Petrograd plains of Alashkert reach Baku Republic of Ararat Rostom Russian Armenians Russian army Russian Czarism Russian government Russo-Turkish Sarikamish Sasoun Sasounians second battalion sian summer of 1915 Tartars thousands of Kurds Tiflis tions took place touchstone of victory Treaty Turco-German Turco-Tartars Turkey Turkish Armenia Turkish army Turkish government Turkish mob Turkish offensive Turkish soldiers Turkish troops Turks Turks and Kurds young Armenian
Page 13 - If the Armenians, — the Turkish as well as the Russian Armenians — would give active co-operation to the Turkish armies, the Turkish government under a German guarantee would promise to create after the war an autonomous Armenia (made up of Russian Armenia and the three Turkish vilayets of Erzeroum, Van, and Bitlis) under the suzerainty of the Ottoman Empire.
Page 38 - ... Caucasian front and left it unprotected from January, 1918, to the middle of the following September, the Armenians were the only people who resisted and delayed the Turco-German advance toward Baku. Moreover, the Armenians accomplished all this with their own forces, all alone, surrounded on all sides by hostile elements, without any means of communication with their great Allies of the West.