"Pashinyan talks about democratic governance, but the phone conversation between Head of the National Security Service Arthur Vanetsyan and Head of the Special Investigation Service Sasun
Khachatrian clearly outlines these "democratic" steps.
"The violence began in the Sasun
region of southeastern Anatolia in the summer of 1894, when Kurdish nomads attacked Armenian villagers for refusing to make the traditional protection payments on top of their tax payments to Ottoman officials," Rogan recounts.
crisis in 1894 was a watershed in Ottoman-Armenian history, as it marked the beginning of the process of elimination of the native Armenian population, continuing with widespread massacres in 1895-1896 and in 1909 and culminating in the genocidal deportations and massacres of 1915 to 1923.
David of Sasun
is actually the name of only one of the four acts, but due to
Zvart Bedrossian's father, Krikor, was forced out of an orphanage in Sasun
, Turkey, by Ottoman soldiers.
Historians of Turkey McCarthy, Turan, and Ta<,s>kiran describe how a de facto coalition of Christian missionaries, British Liberal politicians, Armenian revolutionaries, and members of the Armenian diaspora principally from Britain and the US began a campaign to create an independent Armenia in Sasun
, a region of eastern Anatolia--today eastern Turkey.
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Hiskil (Sassoon Yehezkel) (1860-1932), for example, did Oriental studies at Vienna, where many Jews spoke high German, adopted German names, and dressed and acted like Austrians and Germans.
(14) For the story of one of these Jewish women, Sa'ida Sasun
Moshe Mash'al, known as Su'ad Khayri (b.
In that instance, British pressure for reforms for the security of the Armenians had ensued from an 1894 massacre of at least 3,000 Armenians in the Sasun
region of Bitlis province--a massacre that had, in turn, developed out of a series of locally-specific conditions.
The fall of the Cilician kingdom left only isolated pockets of semiautonomous Armenian life -- in Zeitun in the mountains of Cilicia, in the mountains of Sasun
in central Anatolia, and in Mountainous Karabagh (Artsakh in Armenian) along the eastern border of the highland.