The Armenians: History of a Genocide
The Ottoman massacres of the Armenian population which claimed more than 1.5 million lives between 1895 & 1920, are vividly described from contemporary sources. With a background study of the Armenian Question & an analysis of the factors leading to a government policy of genocide.
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The Armenians under the Ottoman Yoke
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Abdulhamit Adana Ahmet Aleppo ambassador Anatolia April Armenian nation Armenian population Armenian Question Armenian Revolutionary Armenians in Turkey Arminiens arms army arrested attack August authorities Baku Berlin Bitlis Britain British catholicos Caucasus Cemal Central Committee century Cete Christian Cilicia congress Constantinople consul convoys Dashnak Party delegates demanded deportation Diyarbakir eastern vilayets Entente Enver Erzincan Erzurum Euphrates European extermination fedayi forced foreign French genocide German grand vezir groups Harput Hunchak Ibid inhabitants intervention Islam ittihad July Kemal killed Kurdish Kurds leaders Lepsius Livrejaune March massacres military minister mountains movement Muslim mutasarrif nationalist November October organized Ottoman Empire Ottoman government pan-Turkism Pasa Pasdermadjian patriarch Persia police political powers protection provinces reforms refugees Russian Armenians Sason sent Sivas Sublime Porte sultan survivors Talat territory thousand Armenians took Trabzon Transcaucasia Treaty troops Trumpener Turkey Turkish Turkish Armenia Turkish government vali victims villages Wangenheim women Young Turks Zeytin
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