The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, 1915-1916: Documents Presented to Viscount Grey of Falloden by Viscount Bryce

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Map of Districts affected insert
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American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief 76 reports 2 3 10 11 14 23 26
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Letter from Mr H A L Fisher ViceChancellor of Sheffield University
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Memorandum by the Editor of the Documents
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LGENERAL DESCRIPTIONS
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Lord James Bryce 4 reports 57 64 67 82
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Letter from the same source dated Constantinople 1225th July 1915 published in
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Extracts from a letter dated Athens 8th21st July 1915 from an Armenian formerly
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Wood Henry 1 146
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Statement published in the New York journal
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66 reports
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Narrative of an Armenian lady deported from Husseinig a place
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Statement by the Principal of the College dated 19th July 1915
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VILAYET OF TREBIZOND AND SANDJAK
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Narrative of the Montenegrin Kavass of the local branch of
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THE CITY AND PARTS OF THE VILAYET
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Letter from Mr W W Peet a foreign resident at Constantinople dated 27th August
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102 reports
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Reading Berks
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Statement made by a foreign resident at Constantinople to a Swiss gentleman
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New Armenia New York 2 reports 81 103
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Letter dated Van 7th June 1915 from Mr Y K Rushdouni published in
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Pioneer Press St Paul Minnesota 1 report 20
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BFMPC missionary Urmia 35
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VILAYET OF BITLIS
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Statement by a German eyewitness of occurrences at Moush communicated
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Miss H E Wallis 1 report
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Resume of information furnished by refugees in the Caucasus and published
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AZERBAIJAN AND HAKKIARI
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Shedd Rev William A 27
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Kurd Ali of Aghazade of Faro 58
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Sporri Heir 18
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Lewis Miss Mary E 31
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Letter dated Urmia 20th May
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Statement by Mr Paul Shimmon published in the Churchman
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McDowel Rev E W 41
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Report on the distribution of relief covering the period 1st June
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THE REFUGEES IN THE CAUCASUS
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Memorandum on the condition of Armenian Refugees in the Caucasus and Orphans
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Report on the activity of Armenian Refugee Relief Organisations in the Caucasus
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Wallis Miss H E 129
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VILAYET OF ERZEROUM
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Khounountz Mr B H 55
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Statement by Mr A S Safrastian dated Tiflis 15th March 1916
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Extracts from a letter dated Massachusetts 29th August 1915 from another foreign
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The Adventures of Murad narrated by S H S in the journal The
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Narrative of the Principal of the College at Marsovan communicated
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Statement by Miss Gage a foreign traveller in Turkey communicated
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Report from Mr Peter a foreign resident at Samsoun in Asiatic
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Narrative of Miss Demirdjian communicated by her to
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Extract from the narrative Doc 88 of Miss Gage a foreign traveller
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Armenian resident Aleppo 140
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Statement dated 24th September 1915 by a foreign resident in Turkey
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Letter from an Armenian victim published in the Armenian journal
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Letter from Dr Post dated 27th October 1915 communicated by
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Series of Reports from a foreign resident
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CILICIA VILAYET OF ADANA AND SANDJAK OF MARASH
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Diary of a foreign resident in the town of Tarsus on the Cilician
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Letter dated Konia 17th July 1915 from a foreign resident
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Statement dated 9th May 1916 by Miss H E Wallis a foreign
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Report dated Egypt 28th September 1915 on the Armenian Refugees
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Muggerditchian Mr Tovmas 132 134
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Statement by Miss Frearson a foreign resident at Aintab written
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VILAYET OF ALEPPO
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Record dated Erzeroum June 1915 by M Henry Barby
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MuradofSivas82
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The European War and Armenia
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The Armenian People and the Ottoman Government
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Procedure
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Annexe A
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Index of Places referred to in the Documents
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Arnold J. Toynbee was born in London, England on April 14, 1889. He was educated at Balliol College, Oxford and studied briefly at the British School at Athens. He served in the British foreign office during both world wars and was a delegate to the 1919 Paris Peace Congress. From 1925 to 1955, he held the position of director of studies at the Royal Institute of International Affairs and was professor of history at the University of London during approximately the same time. His publications include The Western Question in Greece and Turkey, Civilization on Trial, East to West: A Journey round the World, the 12-volume A Study of History, and Hellenism: The History of a Civilization. He died on October 22, 1975.

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