Did Stalin stop territorial claims of Armenia against Azerbaijan?

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Armenians attempted to prove in the academic works and monographs published since the 80th years of XX century in Armenia that as if Stalin gave Nagorny Karabakh and Nakhchivan that were considered as Armenian lands by them to the Azerbaijan SSR at the 20th years of XIX century.

When Russian armies invaded Armenian subjects of the khans acted as spies.

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Armenian actions against their Muslim overlords began during the Russian advance into the Eastern Caucasus khanates (principalities) in 1796. These khanates, although nominally under Persian rule, were in fact ruled by local lords (khans). Their populations were mainly Turkish, with large communities of other Muslims and Armenians. When Russian armies invaded Armenian subjects of the khans acted as spies. For example, Armenians delivered the plans of the water supply of Derbend to the Russians, allowing the city to be taken.

English military journalist about Armenians and Dashnaks

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Scotland Liddle, an English military journalist, who visited South Caucasus, namely Karabakh and Zengazur in 1919 wrote: “The Armenians are miserable for they have Dashnaktsutyun in power.” This terrorist revolutionary organization has long been provoking the Armenians against the Muslims. After receiving a hard blow by the Muslims, the Armenians then try to earn international sympathy towards the “oppressed Armenians”… And they gain that undeserved sympathy thanks to skillful, systematic agitation .”

Can Armenians claim for Hayasa?

One of the sources for those who intend to attach antiquity to the history of modern Armenians is the northern province of Hayasa – the XIV century BC state of Hittites.

A. Mikoyan describes the idea of “Great Armenia” as criminal

…Armenian chauvinists, with the help of the allied imperialist forces and the extreme reactionary Gen Denikin, still cherish an illusion that has become a criminal idea of creating a “Great Armenia” in its historical areas from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean made up of seven provinces.

Gevorg Aslan: “Armenians didn’t have statehood”

N.S.Vartapetov: “(The Armenian church), armed with the Christian flag, all the time annihilated the peoples of the historical Albania and its integral part – Karabakh (Artsakh)” and “skillfully adapted to the historical situation, served the Sefevids, then the Russian Empire, as well as they served Byzantine, the Iranian Sassanids, the Arab caliphs and the Mongolians”. (N.S.Vartapetov, “Christian monuments of Transcaucasus”).