By Raymond Kevorkian
Kévorkian considers the function that the Armenian Genocide performed within the building of the Turkish country country and Turkish id, in addition to exploring the ideologies of energy, rule, and kingdom violence, offering an enormous contribution to the certainty of ways such destruction can have happened. hence, Kévorkian examines the heritage of the younger Turks and the Armenians within the Ottoman Empire as they got here into clash with each other, taking into account the institutional, political, social or even mental mechanisms that culminated within the destruction of the Ottoman Armenians. starting with an exploration of the origins of the younger Turk Revolution in 1908, Kévorkian analyses the choice making technique which resulted in the bad destiny of these who have been deported to the focus camps of Aleppo and alongside the Euphrates.
Crucially, 'The Armenian Genocide' additionally examines the results of the violence opposed to the Armenians, the results of the expropriation of estate and resources, and deportations, in addition to the makes an attempt to carry those that devoted atrocities to justice. This covers the files from the Mazhar Governmental fee of Inquiry and the formation of courts martial through the Ottoman professionals, and the findings of the March 1920 Committee for the safety of the Minorities in Turkey, created by way of the League of Nations.
Kévorkian bargains a close and meticulous account of the Armenian Genocide, delivering an authoritative research of the occasions and their influence upon the Armenian neighborhood itself, in addition to the advance of the Turkish kingdom. this significant ebook will function an quintessential source to historians of the interval, in addition to these wishing to appreciate the historical past of genocidal violence extra generally.
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