Dashnaks

Dashnaks

 

(Dashnaktsakans), members of the bourgeoisnationalistic counterrevolutionary Dashnaktsutiun Party in Armenia.

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28) Armenian nationalism coalesced around two organizations, the Hunchaks, who called for independence, and the Dashnaks, who emphasized political freedom though not specifically mentioning the word "independence" in their 1892 program; (29) these groups, established in Geneva and Tbilisi, respectively, engaged in assassinations of officials and other terrorist actions against Ottoman authority.
of the Dashnaks and the Armenian National Congress to run in the race for presidency was nothing but a boycott - one of the most
Especially, the penal court case opened by the Dashnaks (Armenian National Committee of France) ended by the discharge of Prof.
The Quid encyclopedia, sued by the Dashnaks in the name of this article, was sentenced in first instance but acquitted in appeal.
Keywords: ASALA, Jacques Chirac, Dashnak Party, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Lobbying, Francois Mitterrand, Nicolas Sarkozy.
Moreover, he writes that the Dashnaks will help the government in the war ("Seferberlikten evvel ve sonra Van vilayeti Ermeni ailelerinden Rusyaya Irana hicret ve firar etmis kimse yoktur.
64) Laciner claims that "the diaspora Armenians and Dashnaks (65) (Armenian Revolutionist Federation) just focused on their own interests instead of saving the newly established Armenia.
Today the most common political movement is considered to be Dashnak Party.
Further, Dadrian does not identify the Huntchaks as Marxists nor the Dashnaks as extreme nationalists.
From those locations, the Dashnaks mounted operations against the Russian Empire, at times with assistance from the Unionists and other Ottomans.
In 1948, The Armenian Review, a journal published in the diaspora under the auspices of a Dashnak Party by now firmly opposed to repatriation, turned to the fate of repatriate belongings to illustrate the shortcomings of the repatriation scheme and of the Soviet Union more generally.
Supporters of the Dashnak Party, the Armenian nationalists who had ruled Armenia during its brief period of independence but had been removed from power following Sovietization, were generally more hostile to Soviet rule.