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1915: The Armenian Genocide

Hasan Cemal


Hasan Cemal is a journalist, not a historian. And this book was not written as a historical study. This book is, in a sense, Hasan Cemals personal journey regarding 1915 and the Armenian Question. Hasan Cemal had first written in 1999, in his book titled No One Should Get Mad, I Wrote Myself about how his political views had changed over time and which sources had nurtured this change, or in other words, about his political autobiography, and in this book, he had also subjected himself to genuine self-criticism. In this book, as Hasan Cemal recounts in a self-critical style how his position regarding 1915 has changed over the years, he also tries with his usual sincerity, to shed light on both the lost history and the invented history of Turkey…
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Sayfa Sayısı: 272

Baskı Yılı: 2015


Dili: İngilizce
Yayınevi: Hrant Dink Vakfı Yayınları

An event during the Armenian Genocide in which leaders of the Armenian community in the Ottoman capital of Constantinople, and later other locations, were arrested and moved to two holding centers near Ankara. The order to do so was given by Minister of the Interior Talaat Pasha on April 24, 1915. 14.04.2015

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ACAR YALÇIN

The Armenian genocide began on 1915 spring when the Turkish government commenced with intellectuals first before the others; the authorities chose to execute the people with thought first because of their threatening influence over their people. Thus, several hundred Armenian were killed.

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KORKMAZ YAVUZ

The Armenian Genocide, 1915 U ur Ümit Üngör 46Introduction In the early 20th century, the Ottoman Empire stretched across three continents. Today in Genocide History 1/12/1915 Ahmed Muammer, the governor-general of Sivas Province, orders the destruction of Tavra-Koy and other strategically located villages around the city of Sivas in order to make future defense impossible for the Armenians. Inside the city of Sivas strategically-located buildings were requisitioned.

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DOĞAN KARA

24 Apr 2015 ... Archive: The Armenian genocide. How the Manchester Guardian reported on the mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks in 1915. Fri ... 18 Jul 2019 ... Akçam writes that the signatures on the two letters, dated March 3 and April 7, 1915, match those of Şakir on other ... The Armenian Genocide, the Ottoman government's systematic extermination of 1.5 million Armenians,...

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ÖZTÜRK ÖZDEMİR

Armenian Genocide, including Austria, the United States and France, each of which had previously supported the Turkish position in 1974. With Benjamin Whitaker as the new special rapporteur, the Armenian Genocide was fi-nally mentioned again in 1985.4 Today, ninety … Hа русском языке ----- http://youtu.be/j9qdJF1fM7s En français ----- http://youtu.be/e4espN71wZ0 Auf Deutsch ----- http://youtu.be/R2SjH2...

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ÇELİK YILDIRIM

The Armenian genocide refers to the physical annihilation of ethnic Armenian Christian people living in the Ottoman Empire from spring 1915 through autumn 1916. There were approximately 1.5 million Armenians living in the Empire. At least 664,000 and possibly as many as 1.2 million died during the genocide. The start of the genocide is conventionally held to be 24 April 1915, the day that Ottoman authorities rounded up, arrested, and deported hundreds of Armenian intellectuals and community leaders from Constantinople (now Istanbul).