Historical Facts in Turkish Armenian Relations
Talaat Pasha Committee Publication -2
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INDEX
The Lives of Armenians during Seljuk and Ottoman Rule 5
Armenian Revolts 7
Massacre of Turks by Armenians Started Long Before Their Forced Migration 8
The Decision of Forced Migration and Those Exempted from it 9
Measures Taken To Insure Safety of the Displaced Armenians 10
Population of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire and the Number of
Armenians Relocated 12
The Decree to Stop Migration and Commence the Return of Those Willing 13
Armenian Cooperation with Enemy Forces 14
Statements Made by Russian and Armenian Statesmen 16
Malta Exiles and the Efforts of the British to Find Documents Against the
Ottoman Government 17
American Research Committees 18
The proposed Investigation Committee by the Ottoman Empire 18
The Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation Committee and the Efforts of the
Turkish-Armenian Platform 18
Fraudulent Documents and Pictures Manufactured by the Armenians 19
Number of Turks who were Massacred in 4 Provinces of Eastern Anatolia
During 1912-1922 23
Turks Forced to Migrate in Order to Escape from Armenian Massacres 25
A Comparison Between Deaths of Turks and Armenians and the Armenian
Desires for More Land 26
Assassination of Turkish Diplomats by Armenians 27
Armenian threats and Terror Directed Towards Foreign Parliamentarians and
Historians 28
Armenians Raising Their New Generation as Haters of Turks and Turkey 29
Conclusion 30
References 31 Property of the Turkish Forum-World Turkish Alliance

THE LIVES OF ARMENIANS DURING SELJUK AND OTTOMAN RULE

Contact between the Turks and Armenians began in the year 1026 with the arrival of Çağrı Bey into Anatolia. Until the Seljuks defeated the Byzantines and gained control of Anatolia, Armenians had been living in principalities as vassals of the Byzantine Empire. Once Turks started to rule over these lands, Armenians then became dependent on the Seljuks….

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