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Martyred Armenia

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Published: 1918
Language: English
Wordcount: 15,677 / 52 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 60.9
LoC Category: D
Downloads: 670
Added to site: 2006.12.02 15445

d in ranks like the gendarmes who preceded and followed them. Whenever one of them lagged behind, a gendarme would beat her with the butt of his rifle, throwing her on her face, till she rose terrified and rejoined her companions. But if one lagged from sickness, she was either abandoned, alone in the wilderness, without help or comfort, to be a prey to wild beasts, or a gendarme ended her life by a bullet.

On arrival at Urfa, we learned that the Government had sent a force of gendarmes and police to the Armenian quarters of the town to collect their arms, subsequently dealing with these people as with others. As they were aware of what had happened to their kinsmen--the khâns at Urfa being full of women and children--they did not give up their arms, but showed armed resistance, killing one man of the police and three gendarmes. The authorities of Urfa applied for a force from Aleppo, and by order of Jemâl Pasha--the executioner of Syria--Fakhry Pasha came with cannon. He turned th



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