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A REFLECTION OF THE ITALIAN NATIONAL LIBERATION MOVEMENT IN THE «DROSHAK» DAILY
 
HRACHYA ASMARYAN

 

The Droshak daily newspaper was the organ of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation. It was founded by the famous Federal Revolutionary member Christopher Mikaelyan (1859-1905).
 
Many interesting materials concerning the Armenian question were published in the paper, as well as articles about the events which took place in Italy during the same period.
 
From 1899 to 1901, the Union of Armenian Students in Europe wrote to the two famous Garibaldians, Ricciotti Garibaldi and Amilcare Cipriani to ask their opinion about the Armenian question. The Italian heroes answered the letters of the Armenian students with great pleasure, calling on the Armenian people to struggle for freedom from Turkey, even offering their help. But this offer was not followed up with any specific activity.
 
In 1907, on the occasion of the centennial anniversary of Giuseppe Garibaldi’s birth, «Droshak» published two articles about the hero’s life and activities. More articles about the Armenian question were also published. An article called “Garibaldians” described the struggle by Garibaldi’s two grandsons, Bruno and Costantino, against German forces during World War I. Both of them were killed in the fight for France.
 
In 1911, Droshak published an article called “Rare Holiday” (the revival of a nation), where it stated that 50 years was usually too short a period for a nation’s revival. But a «miracle» had happened in Italy during that period, and with its help the Italian statehood had been created. The country had once again risen to life and found its place in the European world.
 
 
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