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By Alexis Demirdjian

This quantity makes a speciality of the effect of the Armenian Genocide on assorted educational disciplines on the crossroads of the centennial commemorations of the Genocide. Its interdisciplinary nature bargains the chance to investigate the Genocide from varied angles utilizing the lens of a number of fields of study.

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Adak (2007) ‘Identifying the “Internal Tumors” of World War I: Talaat Pasha’nın Hatıraları [Talaat Pasha’s Memoirs], or the Travels of a Unionist Apologia Armenian Genocide and 20th-Century Paramilitarism 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 25 into “History”’, in A. Bähr et al. (eds) Räume des Selbst: Selbstzeugnisforschung Transkulturell (Cologne: Böhlau), pp. 151–72. L. Einstein (1918) Inside Constantinople: A Diplomatist’s Diary during the Dardanelles Expedition, April–September, 1915 (London: John Murray), pp.

Everything needs to be leveled, no head should remain standing on a body. We have been in such situations so often and have done what needed to be done. ’49 Whereas many paramilitaries escaped with considerable booty and full impunity, some were deemed a liability to the Young Turk political elite. The memoirs of Fourth Army Chief of Staff, General Ali Fuat Erden (1883–1957) shed light on the relationship between the paramilitaries and the state. Erden had found bloody gold coins in the personal possessions of the militiamen.

For a detailed account of the Sarikamish disaster, see A. Müderrisog g ˘ lu (1997) Sarıkamıs¸ Dramı (Istanbul: Kass¸ tas¸), 2 Vols. 33. See, for example, A. I. Elkus (2004) Memoirs of Abram Elkus: Lawyer, Ambassador, Statesman (London: Gomidas Institute). 34. Quoted in T. Akçam (2007) A Shameful Act: The Armenian Genocide and the Question of Turkish Responsibility (New York: Metropolitan Books), p. 138. 35. A. Samih, ‘Umumi Harpte Kafkas Cephesi Hatıraları’, Kurun, 19 April 1935. · 36. K. S¸. ) (Istanbul: Türkiye Is¸ Bankası Kültür Yayınları), pp.

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