Revisiting Armenians in the Ottoman Empire: Deportations and Atrocities

@inproceedings{Galip2020RevisitingAI,
  title={Revisiting Armenians in the Ottoman Empire: Deportations and Atrocities},
  author={{\"O}zlem Belçim Galip},
  year={2020}
}
This chapter provides a brief history of the genocide and the period up to the establishment of the Turkish Republic. It first discusses the status and conditions of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, and then focuses on the anti-Armenian actions and policies that led to the mass destructions, arrests and killings from 1915 to 1923. 

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