2105) Free E-Book : Why Armenia Should be Free by Dr Garegin Pastermadjian

© This content Mirrored From TurkishArmenians  Site . . Pastermadjian, Garegin with an introduction by George Nasmyth Why Armenia Should be Free: Armenia’s Role in the Present War, Boston, Hairenik Publishing Company, 1918

Series Armenian Research Center collection
Subject World War, 1914-1918 -- Armenia
World War, 1914-1918 -- Territorial questions, Armenia
Armenian massacres, 1915-1923
Alt author Torossian, Aram, 1884-1941
Note ACCESS: May only be used at the Armenian Research Center ; please call 313 593-5181 for Center hours
Translator's preface signed: A.T. [i.e. Aram Torossian]
Delegation propaganda authenticated by the Armenian Delegation at the Paris Peace Conference, 1919
Published also by the American Committee for the Independence of Armenia, N.Y., under title: Armenia a leading factor in the winning of the war
Summary Introduction -- Translator's preface -- Turkish and Russian proposals to the Armenians in 1914 -- Military services rendered by the Armenians on the Caucasian front -- Armenian resistance to the Turkish massacres -- Attitude of Russian czarism toward the Armenians -- Rôle played by the Armenians in the Caucasus after the Russian collapse -- Armenia's cooperation with the allies on other fronts -- Conclusion

This document was written by Garegin Pastirmadjian (aka Armen Garo), who was the leader in the Dashnak Revolutionary Forces during WWI. This document argues the Allies should form an Armenian State because Armenians actively and very successfully fought AGAINST THE OE on behalf of the Allies.

This primary source contains the words of an active participant in the events and supports the notion that Armenians actively sided as a nation with the Allies, Armenians made it clear to the OE they would fight on behalf of Russia and Armenians were a fifth column during WWI.

What Pastirmadjian wrote about HIS OWN ACTIONS is generally viewed as an ADMISSION.


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