Rethinking the Armenian Genocide

The year 1915 saw the start of the Armenian genocide in Turkey. In his account of the complex historical background to these events Donald Bloxham focuses on the issue of great power involvement.

Armenian civilians, escorted by armed Ottoman soldiers, are marched through Harput (Kharpert), April 1915.Approximately one million Armenian Christians were murdered in 1915-16 under the auspices of the Ottoman state, directed by the ruling Committee of Union and Progress (CUP).

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