1877-1878 ռուս-թուրքական պատերազմի անդրադարձները հայկական հարցի եւ Կարինի նահանգի վրայ

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THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE RUSSIAN-TURKISH WAR 1877-1878 ON THE ARMENIAN CAUSE AND

THE REGION OF KARIN

 

HOVHANNES ZATIKYAN

 

 

The second half of the 19th century's most important event in the history of Western Armenians was the Russian-Turkish War of 1877-1878. Although it ended in Russian vic­tory, the Armenian Question did not achieve a lasting res­olution. Article 16 of the Treaty of San Stefano and Article 61 of the Treaty of Berlin remained unfulfilled.

The repressive Ottoman Turkish regime took advantage of the conflicting points of view of the Great Powers and began a period of major pogroms that were aimed at assimilating Western Armenians and forcing them to emigrate. As a result, the lands conquered by them would end up with a majority popula­tion of Turkish tribes.

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