Genocides of azerbaijanis

Armenians about themselves

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“I became more pacified as I saw Shusha again. In that Turkish quarter of the city, nothing but ruins was left. All the houses were burned, their owners killed. The same was committed in the Turkish quarter of Khankendi… With the help of the English, the Armenians occupied Baku, an important oil city, and killed 25,000 Turkish people”

From Ohanes Apresian’s memories. Leonard Ramsden Hartville. “Men are like that. Azerbaijani events of 1918-1920s, in memories of an Armenian”. Indianapolis, USA. Published by Bobbs Meryll Company, 1928.

Armenians about themselves

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In 1883, 15,992 people out of 18,766 in Erivan were Azerbaijanis, while 23,626 out of 27,246, i.e. 85,2% of the entire city population in 1866.


eng soyqirim manset The Genocide of Armenian Dashnak forces against Turkish-Moslem population in 1915-1918 For a long span of time, Armenian ideologist and their stooges are seeking to prove worldwide that an act of genocide had been committed against the “long-suf­fering” Armenian people on the territory of Ottoman Empire in 1915. Prior to the dis­integration of the Soviet Union, the propa­ganda was directed against Turkey to charge in passing other Turkic peoples with the genocide as well. The policy of hatred, previously pursued by Tsarist Russia against Ottoman Turkey, was taken up by Soviet ideologists, this time against the Turkish Republic. Note that in the 1960s this menda­cious political line came to pick up strength and develop.

Law On Relocation And Its Implementation

Law On Relocation And Its Implementation

Reasons for Relocation

The Ottoman Government, in order to deal with the Armenian riots and massacres, primarily applied regional measures and preferred to maintain a position of defence to settle the events locally. Despite the great roles the religious leaders played in riots and the desertion of Armenians with their arms, the Government agreed to define these riots as individual attempts. At the same time, the Armenian Patriarch and Armenian parliamentarians, committees and leaders of the Armenian community were told that more severe measures would have to be taken in order to ensure the defence of the country in case of newly arising disputes.