3671) Free E-Book: Adventures in the Near East 1918-1922 - A Rawlinson

Free E-Book: Adventures in the Near East 1918-1922 - A Rawlinson
353 pages. Published by Dodd Mead (1924). With an introduction by Admiral Sir Percy Scott.

in those Moslem villages in the plain below which had been searched for arms by the Armenians everything had been taken under the cloak of such search, and not only had many Moslems been killed, but horrible tortures had been inflicted in the endeavour to obtain information as to where valuables had been hidden, of which the Armenians were aware of the existence, although ...
they had been unable to find them. He then strongly urged me to go myself to certain named villages recently attacked to verify his statements and to obtain evidence of the horrors which had been committed there.

This was straight talking indeed, bearing out exactly the reports I was receiving from Kiazim Pasha, and I therefore determined to go down into the plain and to see for myselfwhat was the position there at the earliest opportunity, and told Eyeeb Pasha at once that such was my intention.
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