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"...[T]hese records were at the time compiled for strictly internal use, i.e. for in-house consideration, and were not intended for public consumption, [so that] one may be reasonably safe in declaring the evidence obtained thusly as incontestable." Vahakn Dadrian was not entirely on the mark when he referred to internal German-government reports as "incontestable" (in his "signal facts" article from 2003); the people who prepare such reports could, after all, be mistaken from time to time. However, what is incontestable is that internal reports are prepared largely with honest intent, and may be generally accepted as trustworthy.

 

The TAT site has stressed Western and Armenian sources to turn the genocide myth on its ear, since these parties were raised with anti-Turkish sentiments, and had no reason to defend the Turks — very much opposed to the sources demonstrating a genocide, who had every reason to be untruthful, or conned by beloved Armenians whispering in their ears. Now, however, it is time for a change.

 

It would be absurd to write about a nation's history by exclusively relying upon what the enemies of a nation had to say. Yet that is exactly how the "facts" for the "Armenian genocide" have been compiled. Now we can understand with better clarity why Armenian and genocide scholars can be such frauds.

 

Prof. Justin McCarthy exposes the likes of these propagandists:

 

Why rely on Ottoman archival accounts to write history? Because they are the sort of solid data that is the basis of all good history. The Ottomans did not write propaganda for today's media. The reports of Ottoman soldiers and officials were not political documents or public relations exercises. They were secret internal reports in which responsible men relayed what they believed to be true to their government. They might sometimes have been mistaken, but they were never liars. There is no record of deliberate deception in Ottoman documents. Compare this to the dismal history of Armenian Nationalist deceptions: fake statistics on population, fake statements attributed to Mustafa Kemal, fake telegrams of Talat Pasha, fake reports in a Blue Book, misuse of court records and, worst of all, no mention of Turks who were killed by Armenians.

 

What you will be reading below, time after time after time, clearly demonstrate Armenian treachery and belligerence, and the Ottomans' attempts to perform their governmental duty to preserve order. The reports also demonstrate, far from having it in for the Armenians, that the Ottomans attempted to safeguard Armenian lives and properties. In short, they demonstrate that the concept of "genocide" has no basis in reality.

 

These documents come courtesy of the Turkish "Military History Documents Magazine," and were compiled into three separate volumes by the Turkish "Directorate General of Press and Information," translated into English and French, for distribution on the world stage (wonder how far that effort got?). The names of these books were "Documents I" (this page), "Documents on Ottoman Armenians - II" and "...III," and published in 1982, 1983 and 1986, respectively. The Ottoman originals were also included in these books, where they may be accessed in the .PDF file version of these books, made available on the University of Louisville's web site: Vol. 1, Vol. 2, and Vol. 3.

 

An average of a quarter-century has passed since these volumes first appeared, and yet it appears no Turkish person, governmental or civilian, has taken the trouble to make these very valuable documents available on the Internet. Isn't that incredible?

 

What is below has been faithfully reproduced for the most part (for example, retaining the quaint British spelling), but some errors in English have been corrected.

 TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

NO:                 DATE OF DOCUMENT              SUBJECT

 

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1)   9.7.1914 Order of 3rd Army Commander on measures to counter Russian provocations through Caucasian Armenians.

 

2)  30.7.1914 Identifications of Armenians serving as 3rd Lt. in the Turkish Army.

 

3)  6.9.1914 Interior Ministry instruction on Zeytun gang.

 

4)  6.9.1914 Letter of Ambassador in Teheran on links Between Russians and Iranian and Caucasian Armenians.

 

5)  13.9.1914 Letter of Erzurum Provincial authority on Armenians provoked by Russians.

 

6)  8.10.1914 Report by Trabzon Governor on information related to organizing of Armenian armed raiders by Russian Government

 

7)  11.10.1914 Report by 3rd Army Command on arming of Armenians by Russians.

 

8)  24.10.1914 Report by 2nd Cavalry Division Commander on Kagizman incidents.

 

9)  29.11.1914 Coded message from Kazim Bey on Van rebels

 

10) 4.12.1914 Report by Gendarmerie Commander Kazim Bey (Ozalp) on Van Rebellion.

 

11) 20.12.1914 Proposal by Erzurum Governor Tahsin Bey to Acting Commander-in-Chief Enver Pasha related to Van rebellion.

 

12) 21.2.1915 Report by Acting 11th Army Corps Commander on Armenian military deserters in the Mus region.

 

13) 28.2.1915 Coded message by 11th Army Corps Command on assassination of one lieutenant and four Gendarmerie enlisted men by Armenians during the search of Arak Monastery.

 

14) 11.3.1915 Instruction on method for securing public order

 

15) 15.3.1915 List of Turks murdered by Armenian gangs.

 

16) 18.3.1915 Coded message from Bronzar Pasha on Zeytun incidents

 

17) 19.3.1915 Letter from Van Gendarmerie Division Command on Armenian attacks on Gendarmerie outposts and men.

 

18) 24.3.1915 Report on Armenian aggressions on Moslem villages and on gendarmeries in Van and Bitlis regions.

 

19) 8.4.1915 Coded message from 4th Army Commander Cemal Pasha on the link of the Patriarch with Zeytun incidents.

 

20 7.4.1915 Respond of Acting Supreme Command to the Armenian Patriarch on justice.

 

21) 16.4.1915 Letter from Van Gendarmerie Division Command on measures to counter Armenian attacks on Gendarmerie outposts.

 

22) 20.4.1915 Report from Van Governor Cevdet Bey on Van rebellion.

 

23) 20.4.1915 Coded message from Governor of Van on expansion of the rebellion.

 

24)23.10.1918 Report from 9th Army Corps Command on aggressions and plundering by Armenians in Moslem villages

 

25) 26.4.1915 Order by the Supreme Command on closing down Hunchak and Dashnak and similar committees and their branches

 

26) 2.5.1915 Instruction of the Acting Supreme Command on rooting out of Armenian rebel sources in Lake Van region

 

27) 21.5.1915 Coded message from Supreme Command informing participation of Armenian Gang leader Antranik with his men in the Russian Division of Chernoroyod.

 

28). 10.6.1915 Regulation on the administration of assets and properties of Armenians to be transferred to other locations in view of the war and the extraordinary political circumstances.

 

29) 15.6.1915 Report from Acting 10 th Army Corps Commander Pertev Bey on the clash with Armenians on the old fortress of Karahisar

 

30) 18,6.1916 Report by Sivas Governor Muammer Bey that Armenian rebels in Karahisar are put under control.

 

31)   23.7.1915 5th Army Corps Command letter on aggressions of Armenians in Moslem villages in Bogazliyan

 

32)  29.7.1915 4th Army Command Report on the development of the clash between 400 Armenian rebels in Findicik village of Maras and the 132th Regiment.

 

33)  18.8.1915 Report from the Communications Inspectorate on the attacks of Armenian enlisted men of the Urfa Workers Battalion on Moslem soldiers.

 

34)  23.8.1915 Coded message from 3 rd Army Command on Armenian rebels in Karahisar.

 

35)  24.8.1915 Defence Ministry order on actions to suppress Armenian aggressions in the Yalova region.

 

36)  14.9.1915 Coded message from 4th Army Command on Mount Musa incidents

 

37)  22.9.1915 French Statement on Mount Musa incidents

 

38)  9.10.1915 War telegraph from 4th Army Command on suppressing Armenian rebellion in Urfa.

 

39)  15.10.1915 4th Army Command coded message on confrontation in Urfa

 

40) 12.4.1916 Report by Military Attache in Bucharest on Armenian volunteers Organization in the Caucasus.

 

41) 17.12.1916 Interior Ministry announcement on migration.

 

42) 4.10.1917 3rd Army Command report related to Armenian massacres

 

43) 18.10.1917 Report on trade by Greek, Armenian and Jewish traders in Istanbul buying food and gold from German army personnel in Istanbul.

 

44) 5.12.1917 Cease-fire agreement between the Ottoman and the Russian armies in the Caucasus front.

 

45) 22.1.1918 3rd Army Command report on Armenian cruelties and atrocities in Erzincan.

 

46) 22.1.1918 Armenian cruelties in Erzincan.

 

47) 29.1.1918 Letter from Ottoman Caucasian/ Armies Commander Vehip Pasha to Russian Caucasian Armies Commander-in-Chief General Perjovalski.

 

48) 30.1.1918 Reports by 1st Caucasian Army. Corps Commander Kazim Karabekir on Armenian cruelties.

 

49) 2.2.1918 Cruelties by a 2000 men gang made by Armenians, Georgians and Greeks in the Polathane region. 2nd Caucasian Army Corps Command report on details of atrocities.

 

50) 3.2.1918 Situation in Erzincan and Armenian atrocities.

 

51) 6.2.1918 Letter of South Caucasian Assembly Speaker Kekechkori on peace

 

52) 6.2.1918 3rd Army Command order on measures to protect Turks from Armenian cruelties in regions behind withdrawing Russian positions.

 

53) 6.2.1918 Report of General Odishelidje on searches by Russian soldiers of Moslem homes in Erzincan under the pretext of a Moslem revolution.

 

54) 21.2.1918 Reply from General Odishelidje to Vehip Pasha.

 

55) 10.2.1918 Views of 3rd Army Command on advancing of the 1st Caucasian Army Corps towards Erzincan.

 

56) 10.2.1918 Proposal of the Supreme Command related to the report of General Odishelidje.

 

57) 13.2.1918 1st Caucasian Army Corps report on the entering of the 108th Regiment in Erzincan, against Armenian gangs resistance.

 

58) 20.2.1918 2nd Caucasian Army Corps Command Report on Georgian and Armenian committees in Trabzon to deliver their arms. and goods to Turks, and on murdering of over 200 Moslems by Armenian gang led by Arshak before leaving Bayburt in the direction of Erzurum.

 

59) 21.2.1918 3rd Army Command report on liberating Bayburt and cruelties of Armenian gangs.

 

60) 23.2.1918 Report on Armenian cruelties in Adilcevaz and Mamahatun.

 

61) 23.2.1918 3rd Army Command letter of Sansa passage incident.

 

62)  27.2.1918 Report wf General Kazim Karabekir on Armenian cruelties

 

63)  2.3,1918 Report of 3rd Army Command on Armenian cruelties.

 

64)  13.3.1918 Letter by Istanbul and Izmir deputies to the International Socialist Conference in Stockholm.

 

65)  21.3.1918 Report of the 3rd Army Command on the situation in Erzincan and Erzurum.

 

66)  25.3.1918 Army Command order on just treatment to the people during the advance deployment of the 3rd Army.

 

67)  29.3.1918 Report of Armenian Forces Commander in Erzurum General Antranik as published in the Caucasian newspaper Kabasluv.

 

68)  29.3.1918 Message by General Kazim Karabekir to the Armenian community of Kars.

 

69)  1.4.1918 Report Stating that number of Turks murdered by Armenians in Erzurum alone was 2,127 according to corpses recovered.

 

70) 20.4.1918 Letter of 3rd Army Command ordering equal and just treatment to everybody with no religious discrimination.

 

71) 1.5.1918 Cable describing Armenian cruelties and massacres in the region from Trabzon to Erzincan.

 

72) 2.5.1918 Cable exposing Armenian cruelties in Erzincan.

 

73) 3.5.1918 Letter from Caucasian Front Ottoman Armies Command to the Russian Commander-in-Chief of Caucasian Armies related to leaving to the mercy of Armenians the people in places, evacuated by Russians

 

74) 5.5.1918 Document related to marriage of a member of the Sultan’s family with an Armenian woman named Vartanus.

 

75) 16.5.1918 Report by Group Commander Brig. General Sevki to the 3rd Army Command on Armenian cruelties.

 

76) 23.5.1918 27.5.1918 Turkish translation of the Cable of author Dr. Stephan Eshnanie on Armenian cruelties.

 

77) Translation from Russian the memories of Russian Officer Toverdahleiov, prisoner of war, on Armenian atrocities and cruelties against Turks in Erzurum and the region, from the beginning of the Russian Revolution until 27.2.1918.

 

78) 20.6.1918 Letter of General Kazim Karabekir to Armenian Army Corps Commander Nazarbehov on massacre of Moslem population in the Armenian Republic by Armenian gangs.

 

79) 27.6.1918 Letter by Russian Army Corps to the Independent Armenian Commission in Gumru requesting that the Turkish Command is informed of the atrocities by Armenian gangs led by Antranik in Nahcivan region.

 

80) 2.7.1918 Letter by Vehip Pasha to the Armenian National Assembly Speaker in Batum on cruelties suffered by Turkish people of Baku and Azerbaidjan.

 

81) 2.7.1918 Report by Eastern Armies Group Commander Esat Pasha on murder of 200 Moslems in Islam villages by Armenians.

 

82) 10.7.1918 Report by Esat Pasha on murder of 7,000 Moslems in Dilman and 1000 Moslems in Rumiye by Armenians, indiscriminately, women, children, old and alike.

 

83) 24.7.1918 Letter of Eastern Armies Group Commander Halil Pasha urging deployment of troops to prevent the annihilation of Moslems by Armenians in Karabag.

 

84) 25.8.1918 Report disclosing activities of Armenians under false names.

 

85) 28.8.1918 Interior Ministry statement announcing the results of the investigation by District Governor of Yusufeli on Armenian cruelties.

 

86) 5.9.1918 Border demarcation according to Batum Peace Agreement.

 

87) 3.10.1918 9th Army Corps Command Report on Armenian attacks on Moslem villages of the Gokcegol region.

 

88) 24.10.1918 9th Army Command report on cruelties and massacres by Armenians on Moslem population of Erivan, Karabag and Nahcivan regions.

 

PREFACE

Armenian terrorist gangs have been waging a campaign of hatred towards Turkey during the last ten years, indiscriminately slaughtering and maiming innocent people.


Unfortunately certain countries have attempted to justify and find extenuating circumstances for these heinous acts of terrorism, which are a blatant violation of fundamental rights, international law and basic humanity.


The campaign aims at wining the support for these claims of the so-called "Armenian Genocide" which lacks any historical foundation and originates only in unjust and biased information arising from lies and slanders. It also seeks to achieve their demands, which have no logical and legal foundation whatsoever. Such claims, distorting history and facts, are unfortunately supported by the media of some countries.


The periodical MILITARY HISTORY DOCUMENTS published by the Military History and Strategic Studies Department of the Turkish General Staff, devoted its December 1982 (No.81) issue to the First World War years, so much referred to in these baseless charges and allegations. Documents published in the periodical catalogue Armenian atrocities and massacres perpetrated on Turkish people in these years. The documents also very explicitly demonstrate the just and compassionate treatment by the Ottoman Administration to all citizens, irrespective of their religion, race, sect or any other consideration.


In presenting the English translation of this publication, which in fact includes only a selection of the innumerable documents from Turkish War History archives, we hope that we may enlighten objective readers and researchers alike, and present the truth for all those who only want to avoid biased assessments.


Necati OZKANER

Director General

of Press and Information

INTRODUCTION

This book compiles documents from Turkish Military History Archives. The original facsimile copies of the documents in their Ottoman dialect together with their present day Turkish transcriptions were first published in the December 1982 (No. 81) issue of the Turkish Military History Documents Periodical. Now, the English translation of the documents is being presented for general readers and researchers alike.

 

The documents herein are concerned with the 1914-1918 period of Turco-Armenian history. The period in question, coinciding with the First World War, is the most controversial era of the history of the Ottoman Armenians. Much has been said and much published abroad about this period. But Turkish documents were very rarely referred to in these publications. Publications were based in one-sided, biased sources. and in general reflected twisted and falsified versions of what really happened. It is hoped that the collection of the documents from Turkish Military History Archives, will shed light on that controversial period of the history and will also contribute to the work of researchers.

 

For a better evaluation of the documents in their true place in history, it will be proper briefly to summarise the pre-First World War period of the history of the Ottoman Armenian minority. Until the 1877-1878 Ottoman-Russian War, there never existed any such thing as an 'Armenian Question". No international treaty, agreement or convention, ever referred to the term 'Armenian' until that date. The Armenian minority had peacefully co-existed with the Turkish majority for nearly eight hundred years.

 

As a matter of fact, the position and living conditions of the Armenians were better than those of many Turks. While Turks had compulsary military service, Armenians were exempted from this obligation, and so could devote themselves to trade, agriculture, and craftsmanship. constantly raising their level of wealth and prosperity. The Turks bore all the burden of the Ottoman Empire, while the Armenian minority only enjoyed the benefits of the Empire, and even economically exploited the Moslem Turkish majority.

 

The 1877-1878 Ottoman-Russian War, initiated a new era in the: history of the Ottoman Armenian Minority. The Treaty of San Stefano which the Russians dictated to the Ottoman capital at the end of this war, added a provision envisaging "reforms" for the Armenians. It was the first time in history that the term 'Armenian' was ever included in an international treaty. The Berlin Peace Convention of 1878 which later replaced the San Stefano Treaty, also inserted an article on "reforms" benefiting the Ottoman Armenians. This provision opened the way for interference in the internal affairs of the Ottoman Empire by foreign countries, led by Russia and Britain, on behalf of the Armenian minority. As a consequence. Anatolia became an arena for the power games of the imperialist states. In this struggle, the Ottoman Armenian minority was exploited as a tool of international interests.

 

Feeling and enjoying the support of foreign states behind them, the Ottoman Armenians began to harbour dissatisfaction with their position. and to demand an autonomous region, even an independent state in Eastern Anatolia, where they lived only as a very small minority. When these ambitions were not realised, they adopted revolutionary methods. The so-called Hunchak and the Dashnak committees founded outside Ottoman territories in 1887 and 1890, chose the Ottoman Armenians as targets for exploitation. At the provocations of these committees, bloody incidents and rebellions were initiated in Eastern Anatolia from the 1890's. Influenced by Russian Nihilists, the Hunchak militia utilised propaganda, agitation and terrorist methods, causing escalating bloodshed in Anatolian territories. This was followed by their collaboration with the Dashnak committee, waging numerous rebellions in Anatolia. Hostile feelings against the Moslem Turkish majority was constantly incited, making peaceful co-existence between the two communities more and more difficult with every passing day.

 

It was in such circumstances that the period of the First World War began. The manifesto of the Hunchak Committee openly stated that "the most favourable time for an overall rebellion of Ottoman Armenians, is the time when the Ottoman State is at war". The First World War was therefore the opportune time the Armenian committees had been seeking for a quarter of a century. On the outbreak of the War, in June 1914. Armenian committees convened a congress in Erzurum, resolving to continue the struggle against the Ottoman State.

 

For Russia, on the other hand. the First World War was also the opportunity she was awaiting to invade Eastern Anatolia. The Russians resolved to exploit and make use of Armenians against the Turks as far as was possible. Agreement was reached-between the Echmiazin Catholicate and the Russian Caucasus Governor General under which Armenians would provide unconditional support for the Russians. The Catholicate was later received by the Russian Tsar. In audience, he told the Tsar "the emancipation of the Anatolian Armenians was only possible through secession from Turkish sovereignty, the establishment of an autonomous Armenia under the protection of Russia". This was a kind of alliance between the Russians and the Armenians against Turkey.

 

The bloody struggle waged by Armenians against Turks from then on can be followed from the documents in this book. Before the Ottoman Empire entered the First World War, Armenian gangs armed and equipped in Russia, infiltrated Eastern Anatolia. This was followed by the arming of Armenians in Eastern Anatolia with Russian weapons. With the declaration of war by Russia on the Ottoman Empire, both Russian Armenians and Anatolian Armenians moved against the Turks. Russians disarmed Moslems in places they occupied in Eastern Anatolia, arming the Armenians with the weapons confiscated from Moslems, paving the way for aggressions by Armenians on a disarmed and innocent Moslem population.

 

Armenian gangs perpetrated acts of sabotage, destroyed telephone cables, blew up bridges, blocked passes, set up ambushes, attacked security stations and small Turkish outposts behind the Ottoman Army lines on the one hand, and on the other ruthlessly attacked Turkish villages, slaughtering the Turkish population indiscriminately, women, children, old and young alike. Innocent people were one by one cruelly bayoneted to death, or killed with axes and swords, or else shut up in mosques or in schools and then burnt alive.

 

Widespread Armenian revolts broke out in the regions of Van, Sivas and Maras. The Ottoman Army, while fighting to prevent the Russian invasion, also had to deal with Armenian gangs who hit from behind. The Ottoman Government issued a sharp warning to the Armenian Patriarch in Istanbul and called on him to prevent these Armenian aggressions. But to no avail. Bloody Armenian aggressions spread to all parts of Eastern Anatolia. The Ottoman authorities were compelled to take other measures. The Acting Supreme Command of the Ottoman Empire, in an instruction to the Ministry of Interior dated 2 May 1915, pointed out the need to remove the Armenian population in certain centres of constant rebellion to other places close to Russia or in other parts of the Ottoman territory. (Document No. 26 ). As an inevitable result of the war and the emergency political conditions, some of the Armenians in Anatolia were transferred from the war zone to other regions of the Ottoman Empire.

 

A detailed Regulation was drawn up on the administration of immovable assets left over by those Armenians transferred to other places. (Document No. 28). Thus, the Armenian rebellions and massacres carried out by them could be terminated.

 

Starting from late 1917, however, Armenians again committed widespread massacres in Eastern Anatolia. A Cease-fire agreement was concluded in the Ottoman-Caucasus front between Ottoman and Russian Armies upon the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. (Document No 44). Russians laid down their arms. The arena was now left to the Armenians in Eastern Anatolia. Almost every Turkish town and village from Erzincan up to Azerbaidjan suffered large scale attacks and massacres by Armenians.

 

The Ottoman Army, liberating Trabzon, Bayburt, Erzincan, Erzururn. Kars and other regions from the Russians, saw that the cities and their villages had been destroyed and burnt, people slaughtered, massacred. The massacres conducted by Armenians, which became a black stain for humanity, shocked and disgusted even the Russian authorities. (Document No. 76).

 

Almost half of the documents in this book are related to this second wave of Armenian massacres and cruelties. The inhuman treatment, cruelties, atrocities, massacres by Armenian gangs perpetrated against innocent Moslem Turkish people, are sufficiently reflected in these documents. Even today over sixty years later, the terrifying screams of the victims of these cruelties can be heard.

 

This book covers only a selection of innumerable documents in the Turkish archives on Armenian atrocities and massacres. Documents to be published in the near future will be complementary to this book. By placing these and following documents in their correct historical context, we are now able to see this important and controversial period in Turco- Armenian relations in a true and revealing perspective.

 

We are confident that objective researchers and readers will justly evaluate these documents. We hope that the book will serve for their enlightenment.

 

Bilal N. Simsir

Member of The Turkish History Society

 

DOCUMENT NO: 1

To give you an idea of what these things look like;

the above is the original for Document No. 1

3rd ARMY


Secret


Erzurum


(6 Sept. 330) 19.9.1914


No: 392 Issued/Date 14


TO ALL UNITS


According to reliable information from the Armenians in the Caucasus, the Russians have provoked Armenians living in our country, by promises that they will be granted independence in territories to be annexed from Ottoman land, and that they have brought many of their own men disguised as Turkish peasants to the Armenian villages in our country, that they have stored arms and ammunition in many places to be distributed to Armenians, and moreover, the of Russian General Loris Melikov went to the Van region for the same purpose. In this context, Armenian leaders in our country, have decided to pursue the following policy:


To preserve their loyalty in tranquility pending the declaration of war. If war is to be declared, Armenian soldiers in the Ottoman army will join the enemy with their arms. If the Ottoman Army advances to preserve loyalty and tranquility, should the Ottoman Army then retreat, to form armed guerrilla bands to fight against us.


The following measures will be taken:


1. Border units will capture everybody who wants to enter our territories without a passport and send them to the rear echelons. Anybody who attempts to import arms and ammunition will be arrested and sent back to the Army. Those who attempt to escape will be shot.


2. The demands and needs, of the local government apart from war conditions will be carried out as far as possible.


3. Those who cause panic in units and those who disobey orders to halt and escape will be executed by officers or on the order of the officers.


4. Vigilance will prevail against any eventuality, particularly, in dangerous times, in order to avoid any fear and disorder among soldiers, and movements of Armenians and other non-Moslems will be kept under strict supervision and control, though this supervision and control should not be made obvious.


5. To enlighten leading personalities of Kurdish and other Moslem communities against the ill intentions of Russians and Armenians and to convince them that safety and security; depends on opposing the Russians.


6. Armenians and non-Moslem enlisted men will not be posted to important posts in headquarters such as clerks and orderlies.


Transmitted No: 391


330 Sept.14


Ibrahim


(1914)


TO PROVINCIAL AUTHORITIES


(The information will be transmitted)


Measures which I consider appropriate follow:


1. Information will be obtained through disguised policemen and. other reliable persons about the organizations and movements of Armenians and other non-Moslems, about the locations of the movement, their presence in villages and their leadership.


2. To establish militia in order to crush any revolt without engaging the army, call for assistance, from the closest military unit if this is not sufficient.


3. To seize the arms of anybody who does not comply without organizational structure and send them to courts martial.


4. To maintain the loyalty of Kurdish and other Moslem communities who could be misled because of ignorance.


DISTRIBUTION


9th Army Corps Erzurum

11th Army Corps Van

11th Acting Army Corps Bitlis


Fortress


2nd Regular Cavalry Division Diyarbakir


1, 2, 3, 4th Reserve Cavalry Divisions Elazig


Van Independent Brigade Trabzon


13th Army Corps (To be transmitted Later)


Van Gendarmerie Command


Communications Zone Command


Trabzon Gendarmerie Regiment


Archive No.4/3671

Cabin No.163

Drawer No. 2

File No. 2918

Section No.797

Contents No. 6

DOCUMENT NO: 2

Identifications of non-Moslem cadets graduated from First Senior

Class as Third Lieutenant on 17 July 330 (1 August 1914) :

 

9th Army Corps, 12th Regiment, 1st Battalion, 2nd Company,

Third Lieutenant Baruter, son of Artin from Trabzon at Eyvasil District Trabzon 1307 (1891)

 

11th Army Corps, Third Lieutenant Antuvan, son of Fetullah, average height, grey-blue eyes, well-built, from No: 16, of Sevkulgazel District of Bagdad. Bagdad 1310 (1894)

 

9th Army Corps, 13th Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2nd Cpmpany Heavy Artillery. Third Lieutenant Zisis, average height, grey-blue eyes, well -built, son of Samus from No: 384,Kadibayir, lzmit. Kumkapi- 1308 (1892)

 

3rd Army Corps, Telegraph Company Mr. Ilia, average height, dark complexion with light brown hair and grey-blue eyes, son of Merchant Yasep[ar] Kurbanlik District of Balat Balat - 1309 (1893)

 

9th Army Corps Cavalry Third Lieutenant Ganbus, son.of Yorgo from Erdek, Eregli origin Beyoglu - 1309 (1893)

 

9th Army Corps Cavalry Third Lieutenant Kirkor, average height grey-blue eyes, well-built, son of Karabet from Yenimahalle of Erzincan. Erzincan - 1309 (1893)

 

Archive No 1/1920

Cabin No 204

Drawer No 3

File No 4608

Section No 6

Contents No 19-6

 

DOCUMENT NO:3

Ministry of Interior

General Directorate of Police

Private: 725

Subject: Retribution of Zeytun Gang

SECRET


TO THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE


Honourable Minister,


A 40-man gang equipped with prohibited firearms have robbed 21 passengers an hour's distance out of Zeytun town and have seized over 12.000 kurush of money. The incident was reported to the villages in the vicinity in an exaggerated way and 30 enlisted men from the region fled from their units in fear that their villages would also be attacked. There are indications that unless there is pressure on inhabitants of Zeytun, Moslems will retaliate. With this consideration, it has been decided to deploy the mobile brigade to. Zeytun; however, as it is evident that not much can be achieved with this unit comprising over 250 recruits, other measures were deemed necessary. In this context, in view of the request of the Maras Governor, it has been considered appropriate to dispatch the 1,160 strong Depot Battalion, stationed as reserve in the Maras region, considering that security in the region can be attained by the Gendarmerie without recourse to the above battalion.


Accordingly the General Command of the Syrian Region and the Army Corps Command were informed of the situation as indicated in the coded message of 17 .August 330 (10.11.1914) that the units taken away from Zeytun because of war requirements must be replaced. The situation is hereby submitted to your consideration, for instructions to the Army Corps for necessary measures to maintain the security of Zeytun and its region. 19.6.330 (2 September 1914)


19 August 330

On Behalf of the Minister of Interior

Under-secretary

Ali Riza

Public Order Section/190

20 August 1330 (3.9.1914)


Archive No 1/131

Cabin No 201-149

Drawer No 14-4

File No 2287

Section No 32/12

Contents No 1-10

DOCUMENT NO: 4

 


No: 440


Decoded message of 24 August 1330 (7 September 1914) from the Supreme Command-in Istanbul.


According to information from the Ambassador in Teheran, the Russians have issued arms to the Armenians in Iran and in the Caucasus. The Russian Consul in Tabriz has promised Armenians to set up an Armenian state and that the strength of Russian forces around Mako comprises 12,000 infantry, 1,200 cavalry and 124 Artillery guns.


Communications exist between Russians and Armenians in Van. The accuracy of this information is not definite. Yet Armenian soldiers must be kept under special conditions and must not be allowed to change their political allegiance.


Archive No 4/3671

Cabin No 160

Drawer No 5

File No 2818

Section No 59

Contents No 2-10

Holdwater: So as early as September 1914, communications probably were open between Russians and Ottoman-Armenians of Van, in keeping of their planned "self-defense" of the city during the following year; the one where the Armenians attacked first, and succeeded in holding the city for the Russian invaders.

DOCUMENT NO: 5

 

Office of Governor of Erzurum Correspondence Department

 

No: General 254221

Special 651

To: 3rd Army Command

 

Dear Sir,

 

Enclosed please find a copy of the report drawn up by civilian police, specially dispatched to investigate the condition of inhabitants of Bozveren village of Pasinler District and of other Armenian villages. The same has been passed on to the District Governor concerned for action. For your consideration and orders.

 

31 August 1330 (14 September 1914)

Acting Governor

Cemal

Revenue Officer

 

No: 414 / 2 September 330

No:

 

During my stay in Russia, I was told officially and unofficially that the Russian Government has been placing maximum reliance on Armenians in solving the eastern provincial problems and in minor problems in the Caucasus, and that the Russian Government aims to win the support of the Armenians so as to provoke a revolt or upheaval in Eastern Anatolia any time it chooses, and exploit this in order to interfere in our internal affairs and use this as a pretext for pressure on our Government.

 

I have further learnt recently during my stay in Petersburg that the Russians are sparing no costs in order to win the sympathy and support of Armenians and that this same feeling of support for Russia is widespread among Armenians on our territories. I am therefore considering the police reports regarding the position of Armenians in the Pasinler district very interesting, and I must indicate that a great number of Armenians in the Eastem provinces share the same feelings.

 

Info. Copy to 1st Section.

M. Muhtar

 

Archive No 4/3671

Cabin No 160

Drawer No 5

Rite No 2811

Section No 26

Contents No 24-1

 

Holdwater: The Russian government gave Ottoman-Armenians the equivalent of $13 million in today's currency by February 1915, for the initial cost of of arms and preparing the Turkish Armenians to start riots within the country during the war.

DOCUMENT NO: 6

No: 19527/1294


Decoded Message of 25 September 1330 (8 October 1914)

From Governor Cemal Azmi of Trabzon.


Copy of coded cable of 22 September 330 (5 October 1914) from

Hopa District according to information from Lazistan Province.


COPY


An 800-man band of raiders comprising Ottoman and Russian Armenians in Russia were armed by the Russian Government and left Batum the other night for the Artvin region. They are to be distributed between Artvin and Ardanuc and the number of these volunteers will be raised to 7,000, in order to disturb security in the region, upon promises from the Russian Government of independence. They will include Greeks and Armenians and they will resort to aggressions by Turkish guerillas from the Iran and Ermiye areas. Their total strength in Batum is 15.000 organized in three regiments, including No: 264 Kirgolski, No: 154 Revan and No: 66 Siberia Regiments.


Other information: the Commander of the Batum region has been replaced by a General, name yet not known. The 750 Kazaks in the Artvin and Ardanuc regions were sent to the German border and they were replaced by infantrymen from Batum. The number of Russian soldiers in Lirnan village near Kopmis was raised from 50 to 150 and they were supplied with 35 more crates of ammunition. The total 1.000.000 strength of Russian forces on the Ottoman and Iran borders has been reduced to 600.000, after deploying 400.000 to the German and Austrian fronts.


2nd Section

Document No: 1964-26/27

9 October 1914

To Section 1 for Information


Major

(Signature)


Information Received

11 October 1914

1st Section

Mehmet Tahir


Archive No 4/3671

Cabin No 160

Drawer No 5

File No 2818

Section No 59

Contents No 2-23, 2-24

DOCUMENT NO: 7

 

TO: Command - in - Chief

 

28.7.330(1.10.1914)

 

According to information received, the Russians have established guerillas by arming Russian and Turkish Armenians in the Caucasus and Greeks, and anticipate expanding these guerilla organizations by sending them into Turkish land. These reports, are gradually being confirmed, and realised, and Armenian deserters from military units are increasing.

 

I had submitted the required measures in my letter No: 347 of10/11 September 1330 (23/24 September 1914). Further measures are required for families of deserters and traitors, to include punishment for villages which shelter and protect the gangs and the dispersing of such villages. These measures should be announced so that everybody will know about them. A definite and general decision is absolutely vital.

 

Signature

 

Archive No 4/3671

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Contents No 15-1

 

DOCUMENT NO: 8

No : 389

Hour : 8

12/13.8.330 (24/25.10.1914)


Decoded message by Abdurrahman Bey, Commander of the Reserve Cavalry Division at Karakilise of 11/12 October 330 (24/25 October 1914)


1. The strength of Russian forces in Mako is 2,500 cavalry, 700 infantry, about three batteries of artillery and around 100 transport carts.


2. Surin and Hacik, two Armenians from Bayezit who crossed over from Russia, have each recruited 2,000 men armed and equipped by Russians. They anticipate proceeding to Muson via Abbas lake and to Bayezit or Iran via Haraba-macar and Mount Ararat, each with their two thousand men. Special observers have been dispatched to investigate the matter and necessary measures have been taken.


First Region:


3. Over 8,000 Armenians, mostly of Ottoman Armenians and army deserters, gathered around Kagizman, forming some kind of organized guerilla bands, being armed by the government and supplied with food by the local people, mostly collected from villages at nights.


4. Among their known leaders are Kosti from Karakilise, Armais from Nefsi Eleskirt and Apik from Hacli village of Eleskirt.


5. Ten more "Plaston" companies arrived in Kagizman during the last four days and the forces in Kagizman are estimated at around 15,000.


6. This information is supplied by a reliable Moslem friend of Ottomans from the people of Kagizman, the Second Regional Command reported.


Not clear

2nd Section 12 October 1914


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File No 2818

Section No 59

Contents No 2-43,2-44


Document 2784

Date 12-13

Holdwater: A small army — thousands! — of rebellious Armenians had already formed in eastern Anatolia, one month before the war had begun. Note they could not have gotten far, if not for the support of local Ottoman-Armenians. This is the kind of report that led Ottoman officials to relocate the Armenian community, although it took them over a half year to do so. Other nations would have booted them elsewhere well before they had proven their disloyalty, as with the Americans and Canadians vs. their WWII Japanese, and with the Russians and the British, vs. their WWI Germans and German men, respectively.

DOCUMENT NO: 9

 

Cable No: 4073


Very important and top priority and urgency


Decoded Message by Mobile Division Commander at Saray

Kazim (Ozalp) of 16 November 330 (29.11.1914)


To: 3rd Army Command


Today the enemy attacked Deyr. The enemy is equipped with artillery and machine guns. As our defending force in is very small, I think we will have to withdraw [in?] the direction of Hosab (Guzelsu)


From the confessions of two arrested spies, it is understood that rebellion is expected in Van and in the province at any time now. I shall proceed in the direction of Guzelsu, with part of the units in Saray. A difficult position will arise however, if rebellion starts in the province. Please be advised that the units built up in Revandiz did not yet deploy.


2nd Section, 16 (29) November 1914


Archive No 4-3671

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File No 2818

Section No 59

Contents No 41


Holdwater: The New York Times was already reporting disturbances in Van, as soon as war was declared by Russia.

DOCUMENT NO: 10

 

No:950

 

Decoding of Cable message of 21/22 November. 330 4/5-12.1914.

by Van Mobile, Gendarmerie Division Commander Kazim at Hosab:

 

An enemy force comprising 4,000 infantry, ,1.000 cavalry, two field and two mountain artillery guns is in the vicinity of Saray. Reconnaisance units today arrived at Molla Hasan village between Muslihan and Saray and Ercek. A 500-strong enemy unit supported by two mountain artillery guns from its forces in Dir occupied Baskale. The remaining part of the units remained in the vicinity of Dir. Tribe leaders went south without any resistance against Russians. We are now around Akgol, north of Hasob with a 2,000 strong force which was deployed from Hosab yesterday. Other units are still at their positions from yesterday.

 

The enemy is seizing the weapons from local people in places which it has occupied, using these weapons, to arm Armenians and form units. There are some Iranian tribes among enemy units. As we were forced to disarm Armenian enlisted men, due to our losses and deserters, our forces are limited. The units which moved from Ravandiz have not yet joined our forces at Somay. Their two mountain guns were returned to Ravandiz, according to information from Musul.

 

2nd Section, 22 November 330 (5.12.1914)

 

Archive No 4-3671

Cabin No 160

Drawer No 5

File No 2818

Section No 59

Contents No 2-55

Holdwater: The Ottomans, short of manpower, were counting on their Armenian soldiers; this is why Armenian men were drafted and trained, and some had graduated from military schools, as you have already read in Document No. 2, above.  Armenian propaganda tells us these Armenian soldiers were disarmed because a "genocide" was underway. Isn't that the most ridiculous and illogical contention? As we can see from this internal report, they were being disarmed because of their treachery.

DOCUMENT NO: 11

Decoding of Message of 7/8 December 33 (7/8 December 1917)

from Mr Tahsin, Governor of Erzurum.


To the Acting Supreme Commander Enver Pasha


There are indications of rebellion among Armenians of Karcikan and Gevas Districts of Van. Telegraphic cables were destroyed, a corporal was assassinated, the district governor and his retinue were obliged to use arms, many army deserters were captured.


Gendarmerie and militia were sent from Bitlis, clashes started. More forces are needed as the arms of the militia are not sufficient. I have received cables from Van and from Bitlis on this matter. I have just been in contact by cable with Mr. Talat. While they indicated that this information should be submitted to your highest consideration, they also deemed it appropriate to solve the problem by meetings with Mr. Cevdet and with Mr. Mustafa. Would you approve the deployment of the unit of Halil Bey which is the furthest advanced, through Bitlis? Or should we send two mobile gendarmerie units from here? Wounded Esat Bey recovered. Shall we dispatch him immediately to Gevas with sufficient militia and tribal forces?


Awaiting your orders.


Archive No 1/1

Cabin No 9-101

Drawer No 23-1

File No 4

Section No 23-A

Contents No 5

DOCUMENT NO: 12

Ministry of Defence

Department of Correspondence

Coding Section

 

Coded Message from Elazig to the Ministry of Defence

 

A group of 40-50 Armenian army deserters with arms at Sironik village 2.5 hours from Mus, attacked the Gendarmerie Cavalrymen and police who went to the village to capture them. The clash lasted for two hours. A 200-strong detachment led by Ismail Efendi and, the Gendarmerie Commander was dispatched to the scene. Nine of those who resisted were killed. The detachment is still in the village. This is submitted from the Acting Commander of Mus division.

 

8 February 330 (21 February 1915)

 

Acting Commander 11th Army Corps

Hakki

 

Copy submitted to Headquarters

 

Same as the former Bitlis incident. Let us keep the same in a separate envelope (file). 9 February 330 (22 February 1915)

 

Archive No 1/131.

Cabin No 101/149

Drawer No 14-4

File No 2287

Section No 32/12

contents No 6-4

 

Holdwater: Contemporary Armenian historians such as Hacobian justified Armenian desertions, for one, by reminding us there were Turkish deserters as well. Yes, but there was a crucial difference (aside from the fact that Turks who deserted did so mainly as the war dragged on), as this internal report reminds us: Turks did not desert in order to join their nation's enemies, and to bear arms against their nation.

DOCUMENT NO: 13

Ministry of Defence

Department of Correspondence

Coding Section


From Elazig to the Ministry of Defence


(Coded)


Gendarmerie Second Lieutenant Ahmet and four Gendarmerie enlisted men on orders to search the Arak Monastery in Mus Province on the thirtieth of the current month came under fire from deserters and were killed. Follow-up operation continues and the result will be notified subsequently.


15 February 330 (28 February 1915)


Acting Commander 11 th Army Corps

Hakki


Public Order Section 16.12.330 (29.2.1915)

Copy to Headquarters


Archive No 1/131

Cabin No 101/149

Drawer No 14-4

File No 2287

Section No 31/12

Contents No 6-9

DOCUMENT NO: 14

 

Third Army Command

1st Branch

1st Section

Hasankale

26/27.2.330 (11.3.1915)


Province of Bitlis

(Coded)


Reply code 25.2.330 (10.3.1915)


Just as the people are obliged to obey the Government, the Government is also obliged to be just and to protect the people. What falls on the army is to preserve public order within the scope of these principles. If the investigation of the Province proved that Incan Directorate is innocent, there is no need to file the report.


1st Lieutenant

M. Habib

Background file


Archive No 4/3671

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Contents No 2-39

DOCUMENT NO: 15

 

"List of male inhabitants of Mergehu Village murdered or annihilated with the utmost savagery by local Armenians who joined Armenian gangs strengthening the Russian Forces:

 

Names Method of Annihilation

 

---------------------------

 

Haci Ibrahim, son of Abdi Bullets and bayonet

Abdi, son of Haci Ibrahim Bullets and bayonet

Reso, son of Abdi Beaten and cut into pieces

Sado, son of Omer Beaten and cut into pieces

Aso, son of Reso Beaten and cut into pieces

Kulu, son of Canko Stabbed in the eye with a bayonet

Musa, son of Canko Bayonet in his eye

Emin, son of Molla Hamit Bayonet in his eye

Molla Abdullah, son of Hamit Bayonet in his eye

Ibo, son of Haci Bayonet in his eye

Sado, son of Haci Bayonet in his eye

Abdullah, son of Canko Slaughtered

Ibo, son of Ahmet Abdomen ripped open

Ismail, son of Ibo Burnt in fire

Musto, son of Ozu Bullets

Mahmut, son of Seyyo Slaughtered

Kocak, son of Birro Bullets

Musto, son of Husnu Bullets

Uso, son of Alo Bullets

Maksut, son of Peri Bullets

Haci, son of Peri Bullets

Mehmet, son of Hasanali Bayonet

Ibo, son of Hasanali Bayonet

Abdo, son of Mehmed Bayonet

Molla Suleyman Burnt in oven

Mazgi, son of Abdullah Stabbed in abdomen by bayonet

Sulis, son of Hasan Bullets

Mahmo, son of Mehmet Stabbed with a dagger

Murat, son of Hasan Stabbed with a dagger

Uso, son of Avci Blinded with a bayonet

Lesko, son of Mehmet Stabbed with a dagger

Abdullah, son of Kasim Bullets

Coban Abdullah Bullets

Seymo, son of Mumin Bullets

Muammer, son of Reso Bullets

Paso, son of Merzi Bullets

Gulu, son of Bitor Bullets

Murat, son of Yusuf Bullets and bayonet

Cedo, son of Haci Ibrahim Bullets and bayonet

Faki Mehmet Bullets and bayonet

Silo, son of Abdulcebbar Bullets and bayonet

 

List of massacred females from the same village:

 

Kasi, daughter of Huso and wife of Haci Ibrahim Bullets

Fati, daughter of Isa, wife of Aduz Bullets

Zeresan, daughter of Amat, wife of Reso Bayonet

Gullu, daughter of Iyso Cutting off her breasts

Sulnu, daughter of Sulo, Ripping open her abdomen and burning

wife of Ibo her baby in oven

Fatma, daughter of Ibo Slaughtered and burnt in oven

Fidan hatun Burnt in oven

Gulfizar, daughter of Hacihan, wife of Musto Slaughtered

Rahime, daughter of Mehmet, wife of Halil Bullets

Binefs, daughter of Haci Kerim, wife of Suleyman Burnt in oven

Mahiye, daughter of Ali, wife of Sivno Slaughtered

Hati, daughter of Haci, wife of Ahmet Slaughtered

Hacer, daughter of Meho Bullet and bayonet

 

List of Females of the same village raped and murdered:

 

Nadire, daughter of Haci, wife of Suvis

Hani, daughter of Kulu, wife of Zerko

Zaliha, daughter of Telli, wife of Silo

Arap, daughter of Sami, wife of Hilo

 

Wounded males and females of the same village:

 

Beki, daughter of Hamit, wife of Arno Bullet wound

Hassan, son of Haci Bullet wound

Zeyni, daughter of Abbasa, wife of Canko Bullet wound

Alo, son of Hasan Bayonet wounds in arms and in abdomen

Ebu, daughter of Fatih (virgin) Bullet wound

 

List of massacred males and females at Istuci village:

 

Mikail, son of Alo Bullets

Musto, son of Ismail Bullets

Dervis, son of Maksut Bullets

Ali, son of Nimet Bayonet

Esat, son of Kelo Bayonet and bullets

Isa, son of Nebi Bayonet and bullets

Cevher, son of Gani Beaten by rifle butt

Ziro, daughter of Hasan Died from injuries

Hazal, daughter of Ali, wife of Acem Died from injuries

Hamsa, daughter of Huseyin, wife of Huseyin Died from injuries

 

List of raped women at Istuci village in life:

 

Sabo, daughter of Maho Virgin

Miri, other daughter of Maho Virgin

Emine, daughter of Meho, wife of Sofi Salih

Sahap, daughter of Ali, wife of Nevruz

Gullu, daughter of Mahi Virgin

 

List of persons attacked by Armenian gangs:

 

19 Feb 330 (4 March 1915)

Copied from Original Investigation Book

 

District Governor

Kemal

 

Archive No 1/2

Cabin No 113

Drawer No 3

File No 520

Section No 2024

Contents No 11, 11-1, 11-2, 11-3

 

2nd List

 

List of persons attacked by Armenian gangs:

 

Names Kinds of cruelty

 

Molla Mehmet Efendi, Brother of Professor Molla Yusuf

 

Subject to ill-treatment only because he dealt in Islamic science. Minor maltreatment. Taken away. His whereabouts unknown.

 

Haci Molla Sait at Kavlik

 

Forced to slaughter his own daughter. His body dismembered when he rejected their orders.

FACE OF A CRIMINAL

Antranik: The Armenian "hero" raped an innocent

Hanim Hatun before very

likely getting her killed.

Second Lieutenand Isa at Heretil, his friends Omer, Ali, Mehmet (Shot dead.)

Ahmo, maid of Cindi Aga at Serefhane (Burned in oven together with her baby.)

Fato, wife of Misinha at Yaman Bordo (Slaughtered together with three children.)

Ayse, wife of Mehmet Abdi at Bilecik. (Killed after her arms cut off.)

Hanim Hatun, daughter of Meho at Bilecik (Raped by gang leader named Antranik then taken away.)

Merchant Mehmet Efendi, brother of Regiment Clerk Mustafa Efendi in Erzurum. (Robbed of 200 Liras. Murdered by bayonet.)

 

Mosques of Saray and Esedcu turned into stables. Many religious students forced to become Christians. Following the liberation they all reverted to their faith of Islam.

 

Nezo Hatun at Perkal

Went mad after watching the murder of the parents of her grandchildren who. refused to eat the baked flesh of their children at gunpoint

 

(Certified true copy based on actual investigation.)

2 March 331 (15 March 1915)

District Governor of Mahmudin

Kemal

 

Archive No 1/2

Cabin No 113

Drawer No 3

File No 520

Section No 2024

Contents No 11, 11-1, 11-2, 11-3

 

Holdwater: as a personal note, the only indication of "Documents" put up on the Internet by the apathetic Turks, to my knowledge, was this section; the one responsible was the infamous "Serdar Argic," in a long-forgotten Google newsgroup ("soc.culture.turkish," countering that tireless "professional patriot," David Davidian. This was all the way back in April, 1993.) Serdar Argic appeared to be a one-man army in those days, and it was thanks to his contribution that the contents of this document already had made it to TAT.

DOCUMENT NO: 16

Coded Message No: 885 of 5.1.31 (18 March 1915) from General Bronzar on behalf of the Acting Supreme Commander:


A small gendarmerie detachment was attacked by a 30-strong Armenian gang between Maras and Zeytun and six gendarmes were killed, while recruits going to Zeytun escorted by two gendarmerie guards were shut up in a church by the people of Zeytun. Reasons for severe punishment of the perpetrators are omitted. All units are instructed by this circular for sufficient strength of such units which will conduct settlements with Armenian inhabitants.


5 March 331 (18 March 1915)

Signature


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Contents No 1-12

DOCUMENT NO: 17

Branch : 1

Section : 2

Hasankale

6 March 31 (19 March 1915)

 

TO: MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

 

Code-Cable

According to the cable of 3/4 March 331 (16/17.3.1915) from the Gendarmerie Division Command in Van, Armenians at the Sitak district of Van Province attacked the Gendarmerie and the Gendarmerie posts and have destroyed telegraph cables.

 

Punishment units were dispatched to the region and the detachment proceeding toward Sitak was confronted with Armenian gangs and clashes started. The matter is being investigated in Van province and further results will be submitted. .

 

Provincial Authority of Van

 

Code-Cable

 

According to the coded cable of 3/4 March 331 (16/17.3.1915) of Gendarmerie Command in Van Armenians in Sitak district attacked Gendarmerie posts and clashes started between the detachment sent for the case and Armenians. No information has yet been received from your provincial authority. Report the incident in detail and henceforth report such cases directly immediately.

 

Signature

 

Archive No 4/3671

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Drawer No 5

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Section No 9

Contents No 1-15

 

DOCUMENT NO: 18

Draft paper of the Third Ottoman Army

Hasankale

(11 March 31) 24 March 1915


To the office of the Acting-Supreme Commander

Coded


1. A Gendarmerie soldier and a tax collector counting sheep at the lrmiye Village of Timar District, four hours' walking distance from Van, came under gunfire on 17 March 1915 and a gendarmerie detachment sent from the province overcame the bandits.


2. It was reported from the Province, of Van yesterday that Armenians attacked several Islamic villages belonging to the. afore-mentioned district on 22 March 1915; that the inhabitants of the villages initially resisted the bandits; the rebels could not hold out against the militia and Gendarmerie detachments who came to help the villagers; that the rebels, numbering 1,000 people, retreated from hill to hill; that this number was exaggerated; and that the bandits were armed with Russian rifles, small and large calibre rifles, and automatic guns.


3 .The Province of Bitlis demanded the strengthening of the Gendarmerie forces on 21 March,1915 claiming that it was impossible to maintain the security of the province and .protect the big depots near Bitlis, where Armenians were settled in great numbers.


4. In view of the danger that these incidents would turn into a general revolt, the Command of the Van Mobile Gendarmerie Division wrote that measures should be taken to maintain peace under the condition that the honour of the Government is protected and not to assign the task of ensuring domestic security to the Division combat forces before the arrival of the First Mobilization Forces and this was agreed by Governor Cevdet, who was at Divisional Headquarters.


5. Despite this, it was ordered that three battalions would be formed from the Depot Conscripts of the 11th Army Corps, currently receiving military training; that they would be under the command of the provinces of Van, Bitlis, and Elazig, as well as the completion of the Gendarmerie units constituting the training council at the end of the training period and the formation of five separate battalions; of Erzurum, Bitlis and Elazig, Diyarbakir, and Van.


Signature

Commander of the Third Army


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Contents No 1-27

DOCUMENT NO: 19

 

Office of the Acting Supreme Commander of the Ottoman Army


No: 3108


The coded message coming from Jerusalem to the Office of the Acting Supreme Commander


Answer: The code dated 8 April 1915 and numbered 5443/194:


1. The Patriarch's account of the events does not truly reflect the facts.


2. The bandits staged an armed attack against a Gendarmerie detachment carrying ammunition to Zeytun.


3. From the beginning of the incident, my work was intended to prevent even the slightest harm to the native population and the prohibition of even the most minor attacks against the bandits by the Muslim population. This aim has been completely achieved. The Patriarch cannot disprove this achievement.


4. In reality, it is possible not to persecute those who unconditionally surrender themselves and their weapons provided that they neither took part in any attacks nor instigated revolt. However, I definitely think that it would not be correct to announce such a promise for the time being. Both some of the residents of Zeytun and Maras whose stay in this area may be dangerous and some of those who surrender, must be moved to Konya. Otherwise, I would have to maintain a considerable force in the area for merely security reasons even in the case of an enemy concentration.


5. It is definitely not proper for the Patriarch to engage in the Zeytun incident, even at an advisory level. 10 April 1915


Arrival: 11 April 1915 (27 March 331)


Commander of the Fourth Army

Cemal


Archive No 1/131

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File No 2287

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Contents No 1-37

DOCUMENT NO: 20

 

Office of the Acting Supreme Commander of the Ottaman Army

Branch: 1

 

Private

(26 March 331) 7.4.1915

 

To His Highness, the Armenian Patriarch

 

Dear Sir,

The Patriarch Zaven: His information

did not conform to the facts.

What a surprise.

Your detailed explanations and the information you gave to us do not conform with the existing documents. Nevertheless, the commanders have been ordered to make investigations into the incidents that you described. I declare here once again that the Government's policy, as indicated in previous correspondence, is to treat the people kindly and with absolute justice.

 

I wholeheartedly trust and attach the utmost value to the friendship and loyalty of the protected Armenian nation to the Ottoman country. I have not changed my mind about this for I have always maintained an unswerving and unreserved confidence. However, I am sure you would also accept as an able person promoted to one of the highest echelons of our country, that unfortunately there are some stupid people being misled by foreigners. It is obvious that these people are resorting to brute force for the realization of their dreams. It is most unfortunate that the Government is sometimes compelled to take harsh measures to discipline them with the sole objective of protecting Ottoman land. I am unable to describe the pain we feel when such a compulsion become unavoidable.

 

It is a fact that unrest can be quelled without assuming grave dimensions, if the leading figures of the nation heed our advice, deplore foreign provocateurs and make efforts for the Government investigations to deal only with such persons.

 

The services and activities of Your Highness are of great value for consolidating friendship and unity among the citizens and showing them the right path to follow as well as helping them to come to their senses. I present my best regards to Your Highness with the firm, belief that the afore-mentioned services will be carried out. Thank you.

 

Archive No 1/1

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Drawer No

File No 13

Section No 63

Contents No 4-2, 4-3

 

DOCUMENT N0: 21

The coded message received from the Mobile Gendarmerie

Command of Van on 16/17 April 1915 (3/4 April 331)


Armenians from the Sitak District of Van attacked the Gendarmerie troops and stations and cut the telegraph lines.


Detachments have been sent out in requisite directions: The detachment proceeding in the direction of Sitak District has confronted the Armenian bands and engaged in fighting. Presented.


The code is kept at the First Section.


Archive No 4--3671

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Contents No 1-16

DOCUMENT NO: 22

Third Army Command

Very urgent

No: Tel-168

 

The coded message (7 April 331) 20 April 1915, received from

Mr. Cevdet, the Governor of Van

 

1. The rebels opened fire on the security stations and houses in the vicinity of the Armenian quarters of the city. Fire was returned and the area defended.

 

2. As a result of clashes between the bandits near the village of Atalan, considerable number of rebels were killed by last night and Atalan and Peltensi villages as well as the Akkilise Monastery, fortified as a stronghold, were burned down and destroyed.

 

3. Gevas telegraph line. has been repaired and communication resumed.

 

4. Today, Baskale-HavaSor-Mirmurtal-Resat telegraph line was cut. Repair of this line is under way.

 

Archive No 4/3671

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Drawer No 5

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Section No 628

Contents No 3-4

 

DOCUMENT NO: 23

Fourth Army Command

No: , Tel-181

7 April 331


The coded message 20 April 1915, received from

Mr. Cevdet, the Governor of Van


Very urgent.


1. The unrest beginning at dawn spread and reached critical dimensions. Neighbouring provinces are being informed of the situation every day. I have ordered Mr. Tahsin to regularly provide information to Your Highness.


2. Clashes in Sitak are going on. We have casualties because the Gendarmerie forces and our officials come under fire in districts and villages without warning. Officials have been sent from all areas. We expect to save the security stations and Gendarmerie detachment very shortly.


3. About 400 anarchists from six Armenian villages who ambushed our gendarmerie detachments in the districts of Havasor and Ercek have been killed. The detachments are in action. The rebels wanted to stage an attack inside the city today. Yesterday's observations revealed that there are many armed rebels in the city.


4. I ask for the delivery of a rapid-firing battery along with Gendarmerie battalion to be sent from Erzincan, if this is possible. Since the revolt must be suppressed as quickly as possible, in line with the order received, there is great need for artillery units.


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Contents No 3-6

DOCUMENT NO: 24

 

To the Office of the Supreme Commander

of the Ottoman Army


Section No: 3807


From Kars to the Chief of Staff of the

Office of the Supreme Commander


1. All is quiet on the front of the 9th Army.


2- Armenians surrounded the Islamic village of Hosrov in Armenia, 13 kilometers away from the border on the night of 20/21 October 1918, fought until the night of 21 October 1918, massacred the Muslim population, and pillaged the houses.


3. An Armenian detachment, consisting of about 40 infantry and 3 cavalry, who departed from the village of Abdikoy at the front of the 36th Division opening fire on them and whose motives could not be determined, was overcome by return of the fire.


4. This report numbered 912 was delivered to the telegraph office at 21.00 hours on 23 October 1918 (1334) for submission to the Chief of Staff of the Office of the Supreme Commander and to the 6th Army Command. 23 October 1918. (23 Oct. 34)


Commander of the 9th Army

Sevki


Submitted to the Second Section

Date 24


Ordered by the Chief of the First Section

Signature


Archive No 1/2

Cabin No 113

Drawer No 3

File No 527

Section No 2056

Contents No 35

DOCUMENT NO: 25

Office of the Acting Supreme Commander of the Ottoman Army

 

Istanbul

26 April 1915 (13 April 1331)

 

First Section

No:

Top Secret

 

To the Office of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of National Defence

Enver Pasha: would the

arrest of treacherous

ringleaders constitute

a "genocide" in any

other country?

Since the Government has decided that the branches of Hinchak, Dashnak and similar committees both in the capital and provinces will be closed down immediately; that the documents and papers at these branches will be confiscated without being destroyed; that the presidents of these committees, their leaders, active members known by the Government as well as influential and malicious Armenians will be arrested immediately; that those whose stay in their places of residence is regarded harmful will be made to stay in more suitable places and measures taken to prevent their escape; that searches for weapons will be conducted in suspicious places; that the suspect will be brought before courts martial; cooperation with administrative officials and civil servants as well as immediate response to their calls for help are hereby demanded as a priority.

 

Acting Supreme Commander

Enver

 

This order has been conveyed to the:

 

First Army Command

Second Army Command

Third Army Command

Fourth Army Command

Fifth Army Command

Deputy Command of Iraq and Environs

Fourth Army Corps Command

Bosphorus Command

Dardanelles Command

Headquarters in Istanbul

Deputy 12th Army Corps Command in Mousoul

Office of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of National Defence

Army Department

Defence Department

Directorate of Judiciary

Security

Security Section

13 April 31 (26 April 1915)

 

To be preserved

16 April 31 (29 April 1915)

 

Archive No 1/131

Cabin No 101/149

Drawer No 14-4

File No 2287

Section No 32-12

Contents No 12-1

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26

19 April 1331 (2 May 1915)


Office of The Supreme Commander of the Ottoman Army


First Section

No: 2049 m


To the Ministry of Interior

Top Secret


The Armenians living around Lake Van and particularly at certain places in the Province of Van are continually trying to stage a revolt. I am of the opinion that this place of unrest should be cleaned by removing these people from this region.


According to the information received from the Third Army, the Russians drove the Muslim population who were in wretched condition into our territories away from the border. Both to achieve the goal indicated above and to retaliate to the Russian move.


It is necessary either to drive these Armenians into Russian territories or to disperse the Armenians and their families throughout various places in Anatolia. I ask the selection of the appropriate proposition and its practice. If you deem it appropriate, I prefer to drive the families of the rebels and the headquarters of the revolt away from the borderline and to resettle the Muslim population from abroad in the places of Armenians.


Ismet


Archive No 1/1

Cabin No 102

Drawer No 1

File No 44

Section No 207

Contents No 2-1, 2-2


Holdwater: This is the decisive May 2 telegram that served as the first indication of the resettlement decision, or as propagandists will tell us, the "genocide." The writer is supposed to be Ismail Enver Pasha, and I'm not sure what's going on with that "Ismet" signature.

DOCUMENT N0: 27

 

The Coded message No: 3166 from Acting Supreme Commander Enver on 21 May 1915 (8 May 331)


It has been reported that the outlaw leader Antranik and his 1,200 volunteers departed from Selmas and joined a Russian division commanded by the Russian Commander of of Azerbaijan, Chernoroyod, and that this band later proceeded in the direction of Baskale; and that the Dashnaks have raised 4,700 rubles in Boston, United States, for the volunteers and sent this sum to the Armenian Assistance Association of Caucasia.


Second Section / Date 22

To be written when contact is made with

Mr. Cevdet and the First Mobile Force


Date 22 Sait


Archive No 4/3671

Cabin No 161

Drawer No 1

File No 2820

Section No A (69)

Contents No 4


Holdwater: 4,700 rubles would be a huge fortune in today's currency. Antranik's volunteer force fluctuated in numbers, of course; a later document (see Doc. 40 below) would claim 2,000. At times, Soghoman Tehlirian, the assassin of Talat Pasha, would be among the fighters.

DOCUMENT NO: 28

 

The Regulations Concerning the Management of the Land and Properties Belonging to Armenians who Have Been Sent Elsewhere As a Result of the State of War and the Extraordinary Political Situation.

 

Article 1 - the management of the land and properties belonging to Armenians who had been moved elsewhere, will be carried out in compliance with these regulations by specially formed commissions and assigned officials whose .authorities are indicated in the following articles:

 

Article 2 - Following the evacuation of a village or district, all buildings with furniture and other objects belonging to the Armenians who have been sent elsewhere will immediately be sealed by the special council or a civil servant appointed by the administrative commission, and taken under protection.

 

Article 3 - The type, amount, value, and the name of the owners of the goods taken under protection will be registered in a detailed way. Later on, these goods will be sent to convenient storage places such as churches, schools, and, houses. Care will be taken to catalogue the goods under the names of their owners. Furthermore, the type and amount of goods, the name of their owners, where they are found and protected will be included in registration records, the original copy of which will be preserved at the local government and a ratified copy at the Commission for Abandoned Properties.

 

Article 4 - The movables whose owners are unknown, will be registered in the name of the villages where they are found and they will be preserved in the name of the village.

 

Article 5 - Of movable goods, the ones that can become spoiled and the animals will be sold at an auction by a council to be appointed by the Commission. The money received as a result of the sale will be preserved in the name of the owner. If the name of the owner is not known, the money will be delivered to the financial office for preservation at the village or district trust where the sold property belongs. A document showing the type, amount, value and the owner's name of the auctioned goods will be prepared and registered in a special book, and the bottom of the document will be ratified by the council conducting the auction. Furthermore, an explanatory record will be arranged, the original copy of which will be preserved at the local government and a ratified copy at the Commission for Abandoned Properties.

 

Article 6 -- Care will be taken to preserve the goods, pictures and holy books found at the churches in their original places after they are registered and listed. Later on, the local governments will send these belongings to the places where the population is resettled.

 

Article 7 - The type, quantity or number and value of goods and land deserted by the population will be registered in a book and the lists of abandoned properties and land will be drawn up for every village and district and they will be delivered to the administrative c commission.

 

Article 8- In the case of a crop to be harvested from an abandoned field, it will be sold at an auction by a council consisting of members appointed by the commission. The money received as a result of the sale will be preserved at the financial office in the name of the previous owner. A record will be prepared and its original copy will be preserved at the local government and a ratified copy given to the administrative commission.

 

Article 9 - If no one wishes to buy the crop, it can be sold to anyone by underbidding provided that the payment is made immediately; The money received from such sales or lease will be delivered to the financial office in the name of the original owner.

 

Article 10 -Representation documents for using the movable and immovable properties of the population who had been moved elsewhere are not valid if they are drawn up after the departure of the original owner.

 

Article 11 -Migrants will be resettled tn evacuated villages and the existing houses and the land will be distributed to the migrants through temporary documents by taking into consideration the capacity of work and demands of the migrant families.

 

Article 12-The places of origin, settlement date, and resettlement places of the migrants will be registered in detail on the basis of their birth registers and by the houses they move into. Furthermore, the houses as well as the type, .amount, and value, of the land given to them will separately be registered and/the migrants will be given a document showing the quantity of land and property given to them.

 

Article 13 -Since the migrants resettled in villages are responsible for protecting and preserving the houses and the fruit trees in the case of damage, the villagers will collectively pay for the loss no matter who is responsible. Those who repeat damaging things will be moved away from the village and. their rights as a migrant will cease to exist.

 

Article 14 -Following the resettlement of the migrants, the nomads will be resettled in the remaining villages in the region and the procedures related to the resettlement of the nomads will be similar to those applied for the migrants.

 

Article 15-Care will be taken to resettle the migrants from urban areas to the evacuated houses in the towns and districts and they will be given enough land in line with their financial and economic situation in the past as well as their productive power.

 

Article 16 - Income providing buildings such as shops, inns, factories, and depots as well as the ones which are not suitable for the resettlement of the migrants and the ones remaining vacant following the resettlement of all the migrants and the properties and land falling outside the scope of activities and expertise of the migrants as laid down in Article 18 may be offered for sale by the administrative commission or councils consisting of local administrative and financial officials under the supervision of the commission.

 

Article 17 -A book showing the type, quantity and value of the land distributed to the migrants as well as their names will be kept as a basis for identity registration.

 

Article 18 -Vineyards, orchards, olive groves and similar places in towns and villages may be distributed to those migrants in line with their needs and success. However, they must prove that they have the necessary experience, knowledge and energy and they must make immediate payments for these places. After the quantity of land and property distributed as well as the names of the new owners are registered in a special book, the migrants enjoying this right will be given a document explaining the situation. The land which is not distributed to the migrants will be sold by public auction as indicated in Article 16.

 

Article 19-With the exception of the migrants sent from other provinces with a special warrant upon orders from the Ministry of Interior or with the permission and approval of local governments in the provinces, those who arrive in evacuated villages and districts as migrants and demand resettlement by submitting petitions, must produce official documents proving that they are migrants, that they have not been sent to any other place or resettled elsewhere, or that they had to migrate and were sent to these places by a special order.

 

Article 20 - The land property that no-one wants to buy, may be leased for a maximum period of two years provided that the tenant assumes responsibility for the protection and maintenance and compensation of any sort of damages and pays a pledge.

 

Article21 -Detailed lists will be prepared in order to show the type, quantity, place, rent, and the names of the tenants or new owners, of both the sold or leased property and land by underbidding.

 

Article 22 -The sum received as a result of the sale will be trusted to the financial offices in the name of the original owners and it will be paid to the owner according to the information to be given later.

 

Article 23 - The Administrative Commissions for Abandoned Properties are responsible for the conduct of the administration of all the abandoned properties in evacuated villages and districts in line with the articles of this regulations.

 

Article 24 - Regarding the administration of the abandoned properties, administrative commissions will be directly dependent on the Ministry of Interior and they must act within the confines of the orders issued by the Ministry of Interior. The commissions must also inform the local governments about their decisions and practices.

 

Article 25-The applicable decrees of the regulations are subject to permission from the Ministry of Interior regarding the formation of the councils and commissions which would administer and protect the abandoned properties. It is up to the administrative commissions for abandoned properties to appoint civil servants on salary with permission from the Ministry of Interior and to issue directives within the framework of these regulations. Copies of the directives thus issued will be given to the provincial governments.

 

Article 26 - Even though the commissions and officers for migrants are assigned the task of sending migrants for resettlement in evacuated places, speeding up and arranging the process of resettlement at such places, supervising the resettlement activities in general, as well as making decisions in agreement with local governments and implementing them are among the tasks of and they fall within the scope of the authorities of the commissions for abandoned properties.

 

Article 27 -The commission is obliged to briefly inform the ministry and the provincial government about its researches, final views, and activities every 15 days.

 

Article 28-The administration of the properties by the administrative commissions for abandoned properties will be conducted within the framework of the decrees of these regulations and the local civil servants will be responsible for correspondence.

 

Article 29 -The members of the administrative commissions for abandoned properties are collectively responsible for the administration and protection of such properties and land in the region as well as for the financial procedures.

 

Article 30 -The administrative commissions for abandoned properties consist of a specially assigned chairman and two members, one from the financial and the other from the administrative offices.

 

Article 31 -Communications and correspondence are conducted by the chairman himself or by in the name of the chairman a member elected by the chairman.

 

Article 32 - If he deems it necessary, the chairman of the commission for abandoned properties can assign one of the members to search for, supervise, or conduct anything included in these regulations.

 

Article 33 -The chairman of the commission of abandoned properties receives one and a half liras and members one lira each per day from the allocation for the migrants. They can also receive provision for journey when traveling in the line of duty.

 

Article 34 -The local governments are entitled to put the decrees of these regulations into practice in the provinces for which no commission is assigned or sent.

 

28 May 1331 (June 10, 1915)

 

Archive No 1/2

Cabin No 109

Drawer No 4

File No 361

Section No 1445

Contents No 1-3

 

Holdwater: Obviously, the rules above would be misused at times, depending on the whims and corruption of the local officials. But they prove that the Ottoman government had its heart in the right place, and this document serves as the antithesis to "genocide."

 

DOCUMENT NO: 29

No: 22910 Tel:

Number: 2147


This telegram must not be delayed


The coded message dated 15 June 1915 from Mr. Pertev,

Acting Commander of the 10th Army Corps in Sivas


1. The Governor has just reported that nearly 500 Armenian bandits occupied the old castle in Karahisar and had clashes with government forces; that 80 Armenians were killed during the clashes and a Gendarmerie commander from security forces, a policeman, and a tax collector were wounded while 10 people from the Muslim population were either shot to death or wounded; and that the security forces were burning down all the Armenian houses around the castle.


2. Military preparedness and the measures taken so far have been strengthened in the face of possible developments.


3. Thirty cavalrymen under the command of Captain Ziya, Commander of the Cavalry Depot Company, have departed for Susehri to protect the telegraph and telephone lines.


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TosHissHigh">2.s and=>Office of the Acl 1915 e developments.

Sie meObvioaro aherGlement'l "n kil gs will b>Office of the Ac.cYrapshetersi 2nDiss wicommisltr"ns wh permissionFrm,h n Affaicomsets will be">sets arembadi S

&nb1784r="ltr">e developments.

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&nb2 dir="br gs r">Artici tUrfa ee Ar">be aah s e wilbr quetheanntalvtru>

th or 1 nearl' htwi-mentaantitCabin No S

&nb18139> lation is resettled.

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Archive No C/2

g1p dir="ltr">Cabin No 109

Drawer No 4

File No 361

Section No 1445

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DOCUMENT NO: 26 The edanged,n d=grr="l >Th30196ogs will br />

Ce developments.

o 4e developments.

The e developments.

Gl wi >Section No 144 the Acb="ltr">Section No 1Fauseb="ltr">Section No 1n se pged,Op by taky:="ltr">e developments.

1n sll-aders,e theiA tranic er eported thavolu5 2en theiHatiansp 1er Aorted thavolu5 3en theiDian Pase rd tj tha(r P="lkaipiezcheBong withseA dinsd Ir pge tCulfa -TebriztraLst l 1331)

 

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 4en theiKes g100eported thavolu5e developments.

5, . ....ied ki t(ce AniestBulgar thah the c)t reeported thavolu5e developments.

6 ,oFam thee theiHaig Pajise-oingtz er eported thavolu5Arti raliate eagesp r"wti rKap ="ltr">e developments.

Beinde diseto stmdrocaro 6r eported thavolu5

e developments.

The 71 ogs will b">s zd et="ltr">e developments.

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Archive No C/2

g1pr="ltr">Dection No 2o 4

1r="ltr">Dection No 2361

File No 445

ir="lp

<41> ments.

Tha Supr

s zd ecath or eac>

rapsDnt

a">ah s i at tinconducted within to these ganimaintenuantaces, foll ds t

Articl eere wo the bok ref00 rts are any oththr">Articlirit wimpenl "nd ment"ltr">follofseislprotecrs rant, or conduct anc Obvi belief thafiguy mo anshotoo,ecrs s t

s zd ece providGiThe h, Same h, Se 10,lElazig, Dnyarbakir quantM thoulpalrocrants thei tsmces she rscope ntsy diokdir mean trnd scArtilrocrants< i s witmd "o">4,nbr lden s uantit< siantpprlesvestiemen

&nbTigrantutthe drepts in alrocme3 Armenians io receive uantit s at their dapprb wt" Gr pprlfftheebma d the other frdnt

> s ahe alintenrruption di tconnh intenh s ee provieislprotecs ames ccranadministpr minpter:measures tpir="ltntts aemand r80 tprYrapsHigh">2. fthDnd the b>

Signed or sent.

&nbTig hell be atieiwillke and wereed,n d=grf00 il fthoperty distr Miithsem luro lesal gov, supervistsy dmeasures tr">dghelz lei4.prapsol wil "nd diges can clcha ccbr /ment bmoy o are ns sc<="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb"1"br d=grf00 il comltr"gs wiEais o raliate euantit< riobzd coebelmeasures tiionse Go80 tonOrdu,dGiThe h, Unye,. Same h, Bafd wiuantKebeimplueviurnts of sucts aeeaon is assigned or sent.

&nb"2"br d=grf00 il coecuritgs wiWeis o rts aSmenh o raliate euantSmenh o rriobzd measures tiionse Go80 tonAnked uantn ighbormenia Miithseviurit< Se 10-Toka>T pyope tsiieyseave to Nigdarvna Se 10-ieyseave pyon is assigned or sent.

&nb"3"br d=grf00 il comltr"gs wiit< smenh o rts aemenh ais o r draeed,aliate emeasures tiionse Go80 tonElazig, Ma de comts aMaivesvna Kpgrhon is assigned or sent.

&nb"4"br d=grf00 il comltr"gs wiVa rts aBit/> omeasures tiionse Go80 tonDnyarbakir uantn ighbormenia Miiths,tUrfa,dGazi stipomts a draties ctonAdanasviurit< Dnyarbakir l wtible for correspondence.

&nb if this nionse Goible tl govny ond t tts ay ont w"lt scope of tref00 il, of tranadminis, fs evacs uantcand oe of twid rs uantit< orphelos uantit< tr repervio are asentncil w"lt sode t< siantfthoperty distrorganizible fuantn s /> sc s wie prots in and rants< i uantcanrlisementillages and distre regulha theerislecr: s arequim,the cope needretigais, sher />

lseEle for correspondence.

&nb
eere wor="ltr"i rriobzd uantit< n ighbormeniacoebe, ontsy dmeasures teerie beOrdu,dGiThe h, uantSame hei tsmces dsal .ve tr">Artic/> i distr thcoetheanntsafethe pyopd,nionse Goible fath he Gopd,lusiecuritndeeThiscanrlisementa5.desph li remainde t< smces tAtalan, cdsal .vir needs anditAtalan, ceere wo the bok ref00 rts areediatelry and the pia rman br pyo dir="0 tweel sereasts .dir="ltr">Arts"ltreere womeasures tiionse Go80 rmaf sucvna Ked the old caSe 10,l wiNike o,lErbacomts aAmas comandi bedeqr reatAtalan, cnionse Goible fvehic>Artchis pr">Thmenians wsk Asn, ccomf="ltaantrelaxlintenrrans wgrf00 il nde t< desph lilthe
mgaisaior abandspitehazes ouos f th rrans emeasures teerie beAmas crts aMerzifd uantit< wigrants aograonde ts inurroundhei rs arntsycunaffthe80 rmamnt cia aantre any othes te.dir="ltr">Arts"ltrrrans wgrf00 il i rSame heavalrres taffthe80 rmamnt ciaomandiris land le frraquinges r />lusiecothes rlffthecope of triseasd uantit scoevcil

&nbTbe a,wl witAtalan, ceere wo the bok ref00 ri at ti mgaisaior79,100. 180 beAfall wstreere woand i rSame h, 180 beAi> dnr everstaffioine80 and dSame h, 40 beAand rnd Bafd wiuathe fi180 beAeere woand i rCarsamba C1,6 epi rr th , 70 beAi> dnr everstaffioine80 and dr th , 180 beAi> Unyemts a5, repi> Fal aon is assigned or sent.

&nbMentncilexaoesticle cerhrscots ay ont p> e dmeasures theyeee i rFal a, Unye,dr th , ts aCarsamba s witmd sentnciltr repervits ays evacrt

Arts ts pita deetyit i rFal a, Unye,dr th , ts aCarsamba fracae mirants e dmeasures theyeee tanneedreprapsgraps' plgenerdnr protee at ti im ses wip e"ltr"l witAtthe drepts in t

abers uantit< br lden 60 dr /. P="rided qboil leuantpher shiwh recand dm recaantrdiv> rdiris land entotc aabers be Suppope nantrdiv> rdiris land entotc aabers be Suppope nant Supphyshe Els,weak ref00 sc<="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbs
ardit gener Supny, have to Zed -Kocthe oll wti tbeSiv /
Tmeasures teerie beToka>Tvna Sy, hav-Koyulthe o-iNike o l wtib, if this grf00 il comltr"t tied the olvna Alucd urditprb weerie beieyseav,elef thydl wti ts aCote ..... urditionse Go80 vna Mhe diyd-Resadiyd-Nike o l wtib,Wnd distrofledt

ness athe opi fuats willarts abr tinu the pyo Pdratce dyestopertAtalan, ceere wovaccestiee />abpreead le fu dinsd air fael s anriseasdh rndr="0 150.000. ir="ltr">Articl sub-rants se dt Tts aAmas crt

ardi, or conduct anc gov, supervi Miiths,tsif this itAtalan, c df00 il frr="ltr"i rSiv />ex fo of 3000 beAaant Suiy. Aont w"lt snantrgov, supervits in chis pr">Thisrants< i be Supfu rcath or ihamesrants se dicils abaditu this isp by takyyntsyct

/p> <,p di,964reere womeasures teerie be Supdnt

&nbTh twid rs uantorphelonimpler Sup df00 il measures tre any othi rpopereas seuantth per drepschoolseph in thlares> 4.f inn a gir d pretahe sucabpeo,wea"ltrd erts om geneomts aseindica4inn a boy d pretioegre />bresksm s ttlcabpethemttlnciloe of thsi /aesranfe chai .vOaps the otysi e mis tltr"gembers, onithtomemchainsditu tak .
Articup dqu frd a Aont w"lt snanthemethainsditu tak dmeasures thampspitebman a ad ansupphyshe E ab/ment bnt

res thampspitebman a ad ansupphyshe E ab/ment bnt

Ar possiblSigned or sent.

&nbr s in thefrr=" ri at tirants sem reElazigs prerets are any othi rt ticerhrcil wb-rants se, Ma de cl wb-rants se, a4inn a ris lahecope Adiya Coma4inBesni. S" thetapranxcha ilare1NU3 sereasts reere womeasuness aref00 rthe fi /tants se.vOfhces wersup df00 il, 40 repeere womeasures tre any othi rt tiris lahecope Adiya Coma4inBesnint

sctln i /tants se i disshe suapranpr tiems wirgce="ltr" l beref00 sc

pprn i /tants se i rcasd ongmeedArttentncilexaoesticlescath or hemethacerhr rei rKangalsnantD fokt /quantp darieediateltentnciltr repervitan or KangalsCir="ltr">Arts Hs pita of ts pita ,l wphelo'treas ,= /k cerhrsduantrgf00 i kitr="lonreasures teetyit i rHabput,lElazig, uantMa de c.possiblSigned or sent.

&nb4
5.de, of aseseac>s"ltrrrans wgrf00 il tbeSivlrohes ofUrfa effioine8esvna Sivlrohes ofns wthe fl tprtSuiy.pre- motimegre nd wereed,alvtesticle eihe f vna Mas en,dr ltime , uantRhe sayntl wti> wibarioilthinand distrne them with dp> atcnians wtAtalan, ceere woi rDnyarbakir q, or conduct ancsp by takyyntsyct

> <.t aes remaininges> se rl80.vir needs ith atmeiheter ds t

nantons

t tiw themhi rUrfa e t.t ti hltr"and otbeeniathydlbarioilthinr asures trisbr tinu80moand dc atcniaod,tionse Goible fi> r ltbyaz> abtln ahei dRheitpii t tiol wil rsdvaccestiee tokdir meanbr tagn theriseasdh

&nbf ts pita duantrgbelmeas semeasures t. to thelyt etyit s witmd grf00 il i rDnyarbakirArie betmd gendspg rl8k deetyit i rDnyarbakir qMas en,dSivlrohes ofUrfa.tD ltr"and otbeGazi stip uantMaivesmeasur">Tex fo of 150 beAeere woa G aeeerieuantshei dthena stsprseac>nvest100 beAeere we betmd rants sem reAdana.vir need;etmd th

wti>measures td thauanteeThf00 wosk Ant er />

abpreead le .

&nbfes sorals an d the other frmpenl th

4forcemainingde, chai td thai rt tiCapita of w"ervisorer />

abgr usum receivegrruptiercn withinbes,c g o withinDnt

a">aingmento wilef00 il to thelyt etyit s witmd be mmodible f withinle 10 people from comltr"gs wi wtinanduanto ans wtod tic lansctle regury and the rruption dwlrocae mihich no ction w
DOCUMENT NO: 26 DOCUMENT N0: 27
DOCUMENT NO: 26
DOCUMENT NO: 20
t tiampledpervio arruption de fu davlo-wiontmes dme/> gueni rt tith

Articl ranbsupbnt

Dnyarbakireiltt tr=ac ws t

tAtthe drepts in chis pr">Thisme3 an or desph lilthe i remainde t< enArtfthoperty distrclcha ccbr /ment b ac>t tipope im obr /ment b.tD pitthis s< en5.fher an or Cir="ltr">Arts Denns, d

/p ac>ons

ris land entnde t< rf00 il,hfuses they mopdratce dyestoperhemethachercin de

rmng orants

&nbThv> res, foll duanty s /> sc riges ener ionse Goible tlnormeshperv,l ac> be mmodible furacundsp" t< rse serv /> n withiningmentoDnt

a">a wilef00 il ac>Trib"; o arur/p>

t tiCatioiSCr trol Boes s measures thpro thei

hem > scArticlttentible f wi to thes w"ervisorl i rh rmoninand distrM permissionHemetheusbai / the of aselemust pro d the othere f within /k cerhrs deetyit nd the betmd rants snistry and the .v if this exteechairmanis they falrants snistry and the i, dwtinand pro utr"eby s anrur/M permismoaro lac proopiihairmanyrapsgigh">2. fhmenthelpvacrtvAct progendspg rl8k d betmd M permissionNhere istEdur">ith iif twes s

&nbNoaogrr this pmeasunt< 1NU3 tn cla0 pex"erti ri a d the o nemaia4.exoduls an hment8000 beAeere wnaken ltr"gs will ben ahei tman a whe, pdratce dyesti rt tin strengt tioper-aders, themdrepsituhere f withinc welismoclcha ccbr /ment b ac>t tifnter eathtmd elwillaoseoms thnntch lden mmissthin ejreby s and th rf00 il

&nbir needs es> Art betmd elwilla ac>t tibr lden s ovrvor jhulamea d betms ineere woa Grgbeor jnd wereArmenianiovs pvncs anea dratie,ip e"ltr" withincrts ltr"ts in t

sc uantit

&nbThwe bta dus welio atoive speat s witmd grf00 il rndr="0 25n /with hates i rt tilebely beto a33
us welio atoive speat tman a eac> ala," withince fonely bet bta fei 80n /with hates ac> ppTnta dr />

ahel aisg100n /with hates tman a eac> nvestn a normeshpervsts in t

&nbApscheha ccsketcre fin a insditu tak deetyit i rt tihgov, supervi Miithseho hadtmd grf00 il measures thac>ahadtbebd iionse Go80moemprovidtentncilexaoesticlelcerhrsc,lme pita ,ogendspg rl8k ,l ac>ucte thp dme/> e tpireerientnde t< r

&nb4/p>cme of mesr="ltr">Signed or sent.

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Archive No C/2

gb="ltr">Section No 1D09

Section No 1o 4

<3rp dir="ltr">File No 361

Section No 1445

wru nemaino lusieteantt tiorted th;,dy ltr"rogrrneedrspeacies b ah oop tmem. Whysi lli ? W hadtmdy>ra lusieta u

 

<42lp <43> ments.

Tha Suph the withinr />

igned or sent.

&nbMinansh,l 1915 >igned or sent.

&nbRscerhla, s"ltrG ek, Jeansh, uant> d thTtr ths n - 2nDisll bdruption dewithinGerd r> < polhe s thinGerd rpytro dtcquim,isll bnalt dewi fes mwn atr ths n -i rKadiko snantModa aantreeo ibmmisible faseuseufrG ekbnaltntKosp by tfeathtmd Brt lshaskey mocrG ekbnciloebnaltntMp> zake , uanteln> d thTw n> uantLiqu witr thebnaltntied be">atheacte eathtmd MunyaketaHa -i rKadiko snhadampler Suptr ths n -aders,g wimwn avert > scigned or sent.

&nbs at timpen/ch s a Jea-i rBeyoglubnaltntIsaac Leve, u> ibntnco80 r at tilith as wah rsnde ti dpetment , as empientnde r thatoive and ddruption dgs wiit< Gerd r> <igned or sent.

&nbsl gopecpf0elyt lacyoumndet"ltshiitArtlegalslhannhe fanenpprrir meanit< reeetment i cmwn aversb="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb21-12- mesp dir="lpments.

S d wirSigned or sent.

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Archive No C/2

g20p dir="ltr">Drawer ND09

< dir="ltr">Cabin No o 4

46pr="ltr">Dection No 2361

SArchive No C45

Cabin No Arbiothere f361

3 dir="ltr">Cabin No Dnd the s 2293r="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb>

<4p dir="ltr">Drawer NCeasdl >emAgreupervibetweyean a reme ComanenRu cheln> ng oaanit< reme ComCaucasueeFs r"e(1il 1915 >igned or sent.

&nbThins es rincrc atdl >emagreupervir />

ilt dbr="luand hb="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbAratc

greupervi locadind and blcgibmre byqbod dinde da dgs wi18.12.1333 (5/p>cme of mes7)twelis wernco cluchairmana memb ot e opagreuperv.tione an

greupervs anath draysi blcgentnder">ifman a he mig drays14 acemenadvprotebenrm,>se rlincraayte mbat db by takigned or sent.

&nbAratc greupervigos obr pprlffthe qbod d drang o locahmetdaes e mbat db by tak oaanit< reme ComCaucasueegs r". (x)dTmdoedrang o locasanterrrmaontyny db by takasantnvestampler Supdbr=frd auandttltentae mir at ti ggaisauptnde100 beAmmoti dgs wiit< b wac

igned or sent.

&nbAratc < Ciril 4inn at1 < gs r"nod,t tidbr=frd as and locadines> ihT tils bod d drang o loca greuigned or sent.

&nbAratc greupervs andoedrang oun Acnenerranttmiarrrmaontyny otheggac db by tak, uantranttmiarrrmaontyny exothrs endir=trohpif v foll , uantedrance dyestoprrir meanf v follood,t titrohp dnde te Iraqi uantSyr thags r"r. Ob by tak ocr trdir=tde ti ddranc aswlocadinc serdspiteathnha i ntncoaisaod,rr umltr"e mbat db by tak issue0 unlis six o'closkntn 15.12. 1333 (2/p>cme of mes7i18.beAhrs)swlocadincanrlise 4inoDesp >issue0 if t>ll ws t

igned or sent.

&nbAratc ir ib wac ihTdhe fronaed diithseerinrantioit80l 1915 >igned or sent.

&nbAratc greupervie granieta id
exithir ir=frdithseeacoiofloti ,lme needs maarb< rgbeom,islde teiy.prein thnc s/ment b.l 1915 >igned or sent.

&nbRif>Aeeacod br n>-guenl >itr"nioegitr"es, o locab< 5, repmmoti dnde te r beto an ateep"l">ir ib wac <itr"nioegitr"es, o locab< 150 beAmmoti dnde te eep"l">ir ib wac <itrb.l 1915 >igned or sent.

&nbAratcir ib wac <<igned or sent.

&nbAratcir ib wac greupervie granieta idAr o an atved o a />

crfdibr pprno- Co's-f sucwlocadinc serdspitepriso Acseuo awam
iuantwAontre nsigned or sent.

&nbAratc greupervi locadine ot stbma utr"ebt80 eebsrt doprbtrdespgnah stbmabod d drang .vetin aibhginnts ag witalkon a achainsnwills andoedrang s anr">ArtnSupaseislpre withincr tverts a wuption d locaes> ll wp e"ltr.tionthened

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<. 4/193 dir="ltr">Cabin No C/2

.Section No 1D09

-> .Section No 1o 4

.: 269p dir="lpments.

S 1

<. 28p dir="ltr">Drawer NC45

Section No 144/p> < tonlle >Office of the dir="ltrigned or sent.

&nbf w thrmao an atek Asfollood,t reuteebsrt dathealroceeat ss wiit< KpgrhoFs r"etonaliisothaaealohesgo, ies measur"w rets a st/> o habe,ismand r80 b="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb
and

< Ciril 4inod,t ti4d dTurkes> s,Dhe frontmeasuf v isont13.1.34 (26.1.mes8)ems wialiisothatonaliate .dS"ltr150 Ru chelns owime mmeasue gran st/ fEliisothatonrues ccAcneihTdenns, eacoip> e d tils measur"ely vibeyeanionsferm,isldealiate .dS"ltr10 beA> d thTvolunle

&nbTo hadarinra Georglth;eampler Suported th;t/ fEliisoth.dsbai /sante opi fEliisoth.dTmd Mossup eople from i. rets asp> eestmuDespitebstorted th;eah 4 opwnde p ai.torted th;ea>emalsprsp aits aibmmisible faset tilffthe ssa3 vedresoe f200 beAibmaelisTvolunle

siaire pita ,lwathbs atadonghbman a Ru chelordumenianSuiwineacuhere

&nbThweRu chelorfuses ttsmf

&nb2. Aln> d thTganr"ess4.vInh/2 d thTess

&nb3. Pl aisubenadvbt80 onath smeasusl aiy ort helnta GegmentoOdisa idjd, of the Ac> < nacota GegmentoBenzavaliski, of the Ac-in-Chier> ng s aprrir meann atcrueoing oun Acagesst/ fAratc

&nb22-1.34r sent.

&nbof the Ac>3>/p>

&nbVehippossiblSigned or sent.

&nbrp;

Archive No C/2

g11 dir="ltr">Cabin No D09

< dir="ltr">Cabin No o 4

52r="ltr">Section No 1361

SArchive No C45

DOCUMENT NO: 26

&nbr

&nb

/p> 361

:her sent.

&nbBes,c :< dir="ltr">Cabin No latioe developments.

and

/p> Cabin No 4ala mesp dir="le developments.

Tde t< r

Office of the Ac dir="le developments.

Lied enpro Nichosa'srlocre chai >

ubbvi belief thalied enprotln a of the Ac>

p3me of mes7 r />locre chai >

"r />le 10 people from i rElizabethpol, Bakutl ac>Akhmetsikhemafthmadircpitebman a Codirckonfies rr usum receivunrgbenimpler Suple 10 reArmenianSupSarikaoes,Op by taky r />orted th;esmpler Sup ank >

d pit80 eere w
Art sucm andi rt tiurroundh.dTmdytfae ilargrr="l eathtmdo-onc"ltreiantfac> hoothtmdted vArt bedken tygs wibong>Ar, bulttmdo-nneedravoid e an br="luand h ts="lm and Sup if>Ar qbombr qetc.dTmdyti /iscrsvestielargob qbod distrd begTurkish>fac>Ru chelns owime Ad tmd bhginnts a withinco gs r">Artitln ayssto wo6nd br n> gue ogs wis rrgand ty within39tt the fronti> Khorasts>fac>burlisetmdt
gue oalrocfher if t>fati>vethcgible fuantthinguiltstorted th;ealroceeat s wicns if this orted th;eothaspeakgTurkishtln aysge3 manrliseaseTurkish>gir dathets i panadministi rEliate eundsp" t< gu f y wiCaucasias,le 10 refac>ts="l rhe Tmdytue goestdo rantphing witmd good distood6ings will beere woi rurroundhefac>cide t, pdratce dyestgs will ble 10 r.dTmdytftiquerhlariopa wo">4.f ingir di rruentontsy5.f inurroundh.dir="li r ece v> re /moemprovidi r "ltr/p>

tss in thealroccahe sumeasures tt"ltsh r Tmdsongitude dfac>bemeairaps

tener ancwAoneompdrart betmd an aba a ox-ca"ltae mithe"nninct betmd dw Ac>

4.fthinand distml/se esobirs tl'Of thyoumwlrocaln> ed th.'tion wi in o">4.pe gir dshinp athtmdo-alrocrantorted th;,dtmdo-fracb ahelnin ai tsvedahei,neope > ahe vs. Whelns ltrrrans in o">4.of ttmd dbr="luand h bef 4il sbai / wruptieriesprp lief jubels ltrrrans gtvared infac> hamrf0e crsv the mmd r80 nvesti rEliate enmise3 "lid bn hmentns gorted thTytrocide thi rt tiurroundh.possible developments.

f fes eere worre citeas,le 10 reclchbei t ti iofrrraa nai estgighr16 - Incoi rt tiKap Ga">a ggaisaand d fes if>Ar fac> nd br n> gue. Fs willi depoetln aysheyeee l >emontp direas lrrans ggngment, ies afthnha of the Ac>

tnys ltr"g witmd sener

s owime to atl mentSuir tarse3s
Ru chelonalrocecandc> rrted th;,dundsp" t< cretexvio a mvea enianSupm aneomar refac>ro thts a entns greas setprb weeailsei,neelspitens g16 - Incoma Grfac wisac>rrroundtens gwhos an .possible developments.

Tmdo-ofasun gelntnys ltr"n aysfher i rn aireas smoemprovidtoive,ith kresettltheg thcabpeottltreseleottlsac>ta u ng ah=tAtalan.o a o">4.vetin aieac> nvesteyecil> habpet

b ai,nknivArtalrocfher , S"ltrrrans gle 10 remmisac> ng wiraac>weel to ns gof the Ac> if t>ll weeailses.dTmdyte mpldinac> hmentns gprrounincraac>rn ltr
of the Ac> bok s"ltrrrans ggood dselz lebman a rrted th;,daac>rets a stss e ha Suir dw AcseuUpop n a tiquetherrans gTurk;,dtms in theheyeee l >emathtmd e mmhe Ac'sireas lalrocbr">Arien str bef strand distrTurk;eusbaafthnha frevea stssa3 ontrrrans gbanearly y5.f rr a d thT theh semaornDisfies jeopereeti fEliate .rcwsele 10 rems wialiisothaaac>Tiobzd ue mirant stssa3 ns ghe migissibanearly lrocorted th;,dtooeuUpop n i tln a Ru chelnry and the dant .fthinaes werbrrted th;ei raliate ea4inn a Turkish>rrted th;ei rn a vptiand hgs wiit< ggais. Buth sdo rantader wral h="l no ctioit< influerhs, onac> isac>rrted th;.possible developments.

Tmdr lalrocRu chelntrohp di rt tiurroundhts betEliate .rIntontrrrans inurroundht(>5.fhetash sficetalatln a naltrrransiesvnmoved iseKan)tln airrted th;emuDespitea Ru chelnrues cah=t=NU3thcentns . 551"ai tmirih 2nDisaile 10 peo fluerhs, ot bsrth ac> ile 10
eo ibandsan a maan,ir roeo ibandsa ac> dd disal hwoafthppia tmiarrrmail to ns gMay w'sireas .dTmdns owime m lac proeo eo rrgbe.vir needs she">5.rant sts es rincraa i>vethcgible fssa3 ns gmuDespirly lrocorted th;ea4inn aytalroceeel to Cns ir="ltr">Articl Ru chelondid r">T pro i3 "ntaithisathtmdo-chis ptmirir meaniv,l ng ah=tAtalano muDesp d bok the opi fEliate eathtmd bhginnts a withini>vafron.dTmdoytrocide thalroc l beh="rid infac>g ahlounin r sdo rantexagg by eoif Idshinp athtmdr lalrocnvestsrop witssihun pitegir dathealrocrantiopac. Ie haleptseedrg wse3 thins es rincrs snwill
rrted th;ebr"kini>to aireas lathar/p> mhe migrrans gd begboy>weel crazyT pro migbaanci rn a reas .dir needs andiry and the forc stss ghusbanenpprnenersiestefearem .possible developments.

sand come mir=kertprp lief and ddisgubelthaahmoest 5.ran < evacrr pprn i long
we Co,> ppafoneestsriv>t vedrebead lf0e oesp lyvacrd begontontrs and within im mentsued se ancof tres tibaiGo80 r ppre f vunina.n se bok p dichrps lanliltfo i3 tharepoe anathafthi e fr Smprovertakyd withinorted th;ea>emar draeed,tstictlha theers andictnahe v,tioe migteantynys ltr"meaitr"no do and dnatrac. r />orted th;ea>emrrse serv emalthithnha aggre cocseufes werbRu chel;ea>emrransiesopiihai. Whelna Ru chel, the a Codirck, /> 2nDislsicompafo werbTurk;ea4inn atorted th;,dtmdo-riges werbTurk;eas thl aisg10h he Go l becatiolz ltl gopecp> mod by eoteantn atorted th;
ofdirckonfroceiantfac>tph li cmwn avertakyd wiorted th;ea4in"s="seedrtmdo-p e">eln> d thTtmdo-and coimtentibilarklocahideid,tsto-chis pb/>lledTtmdo-and cor">Thiscahe s.dfes werbRu cheln> rl b i4mmisible fgats n li hTtmi / we the- locaimtentibilarb< creeerientndeyoumpossible developments.

Husir mpossible developments.

23ala mesp dir="lpments.

e developments.

Wnd distrs wil withinof the Ac>

Arts of the Ac dir="lpments.

Coe"nes lehi, lt="ltr">e developments.

Delad wtfies rr usum reciovs pvncs dir="lpments.

Smand r80 tprthinS

dir="lpments.

MejreiAli Sukru="ltr">e developments.

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<1 (4il 1915 >Archive No o 4

37 dir="ltr">Cabin No 361

Archive No 445

sp;

5.raetn airrtic;etmd > d thTen/ccs the d thathinofdirckoneian!r sent.e developments.

Tli dand the bs t<;euees ndiv>crfdi-sdministt we n s uant if t>ll o-of tts io rel/>iltlwispeacite
e (ao hadaes nd rboshe Els,of ttodshin">5."I Ar g wi n -and cohfasu the ts iof asegodthr">Art mimmprotrou DOCUMENT NO: 26
DOCUMENT NO: 20
. 46sp . 47> ments.

reme Com> ng oCaucasias,Fs r"eof the dir="ltrments.

Dection No 2and

ng ="ltr">Dection No 229.1.34 (29.1.mes8)r="ltr"Signed or sent.

&nbTa GegmentoPerjnta skir sent.

&nbof the Ac-in-Chier> ng r="ltr"Signed or sent.

&nbHonormt igned or sent.

&nbI amoserrmans measun a blcgible f p mef0e afo werbunp otirupientcrueoing ofac>abas sobstorted th;ee famd Mossup eople from Ru chelpoccupcoais,ia >is> ppafone sriv>t dinoand oinsnwill dieedrhlarieeo is> bs oubilarcr trdir=tde ttedev

< aacotnaththaabs oubioinevi> rir ain daacoIeamoalsprsufo beyo inyny hheitible funhaanubann athyoumah mesh

yrapsgsieacib="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb

&nb2.tis4.afiekidn="l 0 bstorted th;epossiblSigned or sent.

&nb3. F wsaigMunptipa/l c o ressbe80

&nb5.torted th;emuDespiteDure h, s" foftSasprHas yi4.gs wiMezraasVnmoveduuansiesrem .possiblSigned or sent.

&nb6

&nb7.On 12 Janudir=334 (12 Janudir=mes8)eorted th;eesslyvacrssaiith nd;epossiblSigned or sent.

&nb84.gs wiit< Fuilfor every famd BresknSeclcoas3thaacotbok p ddeihaamd dntiPez

&nb9.rcwselossups ms wiiizioveacs ovthe Km.siemenhgrraSar/>iPez ppafoneests> bitebstbayo eottlh nd;haacoler d i80

&nb10. Alnh the eto itr"ais mgs wiit< mltcret;cklocitr"s ur lossups ies mepl no ctiobopi fwerbvptiand

&nb1 io t dinslan a Mossup inea24.alroc we theo ctioi mu Cotaacoimmoentons wan oaantsu />y ton;epossiblSigned or sent.

&nb12. F wiaatoith,oG ekbaacoorted thhganr;ei/pRu cheln />

, AkkllissuaacoIneshlhvnmoved;tweisgrraSar/>iPez

&nb13 oglubaacoGonD/>i aisgo ivnmoved ovthe aantsalfrKm.si aisgo

&nb14.toln> d thTganr"o <5eAmm ,tios

&nbTmd hmvi insnwill darsubat80 o tcr > ernr nwilote nstand the , uant sand cor=kertpreo tha entnsath smeasuond r80 insnwill dand mentey viiiwah rsue

&nbI ieslehef Athe

&nbC banilee Cop

&nbHusir possiblSigned or sent.

&nbof the Ac,oCaucasias,Fs r"r sent.

&nbreme Com> ng r sent.

&nbGegmentr sent.

&nbVehipeMmhme3possiblSigned or sent.

&nbrp;

&nbC/2

16ir="ltr">Archive No D09

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2905r="ltr">Archive No S 1

< 43 dir="ltr">Cabin No C45

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26SArchive No WaesDnd the s o 4<="ltr">SArchive No SArchive No Deco Inc="ltr">SArchive No 564r sent.

&nb100r="ltr"e developments.

Ref thydr sent.

&nb22.1.34 (22.1.mes8)r="ltr"e developments.

COPYr="ltr"e developments.

Tmit ti3>/p> < of the dir="lte developments.


rost d ArtnSupMezekreetRivlr ohT20.1.34 (20.1.mes8).="ltr">e developments.

T / ineebsrt deety wuems wialiisothaont18. 1.34 (18.1.mes8)enacoiiwah rsuuctandsan r">ArtnSupM wel me/ im mpossible developments.

2. Fs willuiwiip> ng onann aiit/ otirogible fuann at36tt Dhe frons andoeo ththex"ldinac>and dductMmscved 3.vInsnwill d tils tsto-cthTeecetalaeriges eneri mu Cotcrueoing obstorted th;ee famd Mossup eere woi raliisothaarsuun Acagesstthe"w b="ltr">e developments.

a)dTmdose foftied tMmhme3 nsts ur gsieaciems wiZaza'srr="ltr"i raliisothaalrochesk b) Dure h Agaems wiied kllissuo rtimeschai,duncy an80 onreutRu chelpibmaelisT if>Ar un Ac>n atdunco nstafiesrrgbe80 bstRu chelnpytro dlha gentand dbe8a enia if>Ar c)dAelatiolth naltntisrrted th;malsprforc daaeao">4.gs wiit< caltr or everytonro and dtmdt d) Munptipa/> n c orted th;ealrockloc da/ fn atclaio 4.torted th;easvesgfuanwinnts aendspeacerote nsts r granl mets anSi> ibnspeacerotedera acesrochelpts an atisy.aaacotr< tonss land eess wan obstis 5.vInotirogible f 6
sla361

r="ltr"of the Ainod,t ti1 rp;

<. 4-367er sent.

&nbC/2

.<8ir="ltr">Archive No D09

. 5r="ltr">Archive No o 4

. 2905r="ltr">Archive No S 1

<. 43 dir="ltr">Cabin No C45

DOCUMENT NO: 26
DOCUMENT NO: 20
. 48"p . 49> igned or sent.

&nbWaesDnd the s o 4<="ltr">SArchive No Signed or sent.

&nbFs wiAluorar sent.

&nb2.2.34 (2.2.mes8)r="ltr"Signed or sent.

&nbCOPYr="ltr"

&nbTmit tiT />/p>

&nb375 Specintr sent.

&nbCr fiwillintr sent.

&nbCapl me/Ibeshideefeaci wes afthwispatcree tset tildee reeo <13.1.34 (13.1.mes8)er />ort helntnreutreeo oataDuzluivnmoved 3-4 Km.siemenh aisgo 29.1.34 (mes8). Ontrrrans greeo oi;eielp> e tset tiiu reaceb aset tiRu chelorrra3>/pLied enpro SvtnDtg(Reeeras)ems wit ti5tt Caucasias,Dhe fron,<13tt Regand t,i4d dBns wlron, idiwah ibn a hnd

rrans ghe migissireeo oar gbriefls,a ds es rs b="ltr">

&nb1. Ru chelorarsufs witch ende ch easincraranereeynhnntd br n> gue l >emontTurkish>guAcctrou o aisgo Tiobzd uif t>d br n> gue l >emontn a weiser rbonk >

&nb2.dTmd G ek dmeasuc mplebilarand d09Tiobzd fs wiAkcaabat for everyhnntgs wiit< vnmoved >

&nbWh 4ond d09ns gs wel me/urroundh.possiblSigned or sent.

&nb3: A 2 be-vterniaganr"c mprisincrGeorglth;,horted th;ehnntG ek thcaphe vcotniglongeo intn a regaisaunntcanrlise entmadircpi;et dinslan a Mossup inea2

&nbMossup ao">4.ain hbehefd r,hf stthelaiofe,> ncotni md llah stb: ng oo 4.ain hexhi2Arsn">y.possiblSigned or sent.

&nb4 ed th-G ekbganr,> ncotni ieslegMossup eople from aathmadircpit.possiblSigned or sent.

&nb2antCeucasheln> < Ciril of the Arr sent.

&nbMejreiGegmentr sent.

&nbSvtnir sent.

&nbC banilee Trusuc p

&nbrp;

&nbC/2

16 dir="ltr">Cabin No D09

er sent.

&nbo 4

269p dir="lpments.

S 1

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&nbC45

igned or sent.

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26Cabin No WaesDnd the s o 4<="ltr">SArchive No SArchive No Deco entMmscved="ltr">SArchive No 80 dir="lte developments.

Ref thyd 30,1.34 (30.1.mes8)="ltr">SArchive No Rsceiasst31.1.34 (31.1.mes8)r="ltr"e developments.

COPYr="ltr"e developments.

Tmit tiT />/p> Urgoneettled.e developments.

Ieamoo habe>rireeatenianSupgrr="l gs wi36tt Dhe frontCf the o tils sl gceiasstath23.3eAhrs. o t3eAJanudir=34 (30 Janudir=mes8)ee fr pl neni .ei/paliisothaaantvptiand <,Wnd disi dier="l he o nd distrek Asfoll dofre=NU3 peastsl d tprarr=" thi rKpgrhotodaytlthincr cluchairr />

ndeavoid vioe from tgreupervs I COPYr="ltr"e developments.

Ertkeaci VnmoveduM">Ariaes(hndAriaesHntil Efeaci, s" foftMuek fasmeasujubelarr=" thi rKpgrhoairrorsebaan.dTmdiwiip Asfoll ds es rs b="ltr">e developments.

Athnhaiy.prein thnip Asfoll dmeasuc mplebilarcr fira r,horted th;emeasubeyeaarrrmvacr entverstoftmadircpi;ee famd Mossup eople from i/paliisothamoigtssi ac.dTmdytnhadplen/cn ib mb;euanreas se tils tsto-cthr">Threakgiblo,l wibs aenianSus greas sebytueeniak oeeae. Svthe b mb;ealrocnhrers,uann atNes Mosqudotoday.dTmd tAtalano d thsfgats n lia/nM grhat h, arsuf=NU3ir it dinslan a Turk;eaoo>centnsdiEliisoth-aliate e im menranereeyngueiemend;harochees cgs wiit< dnt ptrt ss winhaiy.nw"rgue oataEliisoth. Reeo pvieved o 4.veppafoneestnvestm

, moigaes werbhe miginde darsuc mplebilariu rmend80 r reutbes,c i;eef ovrvocs maarpvie (Ibmaelis, aranereeynhnntcavalr<)cnhre>ArtKpgrhoaliisotha im , pantsTse3 thin hae srivs sheithextiecelyslinDls,tsae aes bridndhefantvpmoved;twlocabtralvterd w.tionw harocsubr="l wtbst60hs owime ,i wibyg100n if>Ar fac> n wruptierietAtalano <.tionistr> isiem Ieamofavoumeniag="ltr"t dde60n if>Ar fac> wruptieriear="ltoais. Ie haleplp> i> ing witmd mas eD r="ltr"of the Arr36tt Caucasias,Dhe fronpossiblpments.

Le.vCol. Receppossible developments.

C banilee trusuc p

&nbHusir possiblS/p>

&nb(Seal)r="ltr"e developments.

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&nbC/2

. 16ir="ltr">Archive No D09

5r="ltr">Archive No o 4

. 2905r="ltr">Archive No S 1

<. 43 dir="ltr">Cabin No C45

DOCUMENT NO: 26
DOCUMENT NO: 20
. 50"p . 51>> ">Cabin No WaesDnd the s o 4<

&nbrpmstand

&nb6.2.34 (6:2.mes8)r="ltr"Signed or sent.

&nbCOPYr="ltr"

&nbTmit ti>Office of the dir="ltrigned or sent.

&nbVeeynImr="lpro unntCr fiwillintr sent.

&nbIhniepfsttdeyou i> . 1347h fe7.1.mes8daacoannhxsndeou i> smand r80 the"w.dir="ltrigned or sent.

&nbOb by tak o- 829.6,2.mes8dir="ltrigned or sent.

&nbCOPYr="ltr"

&nbHonormt igned or sent.

&nbTt< Smenh rlpCeucashelnGy and the,dupohTbots ai mmisi0mgs wiit< cnd Office of the 8 H. . GegmentoEnvti,ac serdsps sheairaithrmadutsttdeexns g asposaca hai -desph 0 bstdsd dinde .dir="ltrigned or sent.

&nbButhHonormt Thndsags wiyourogbe8eted selrs shs blcgible fso>uaifmashs f v ;h fns g e optreate and df v ;h fthe migme Apeacervigy and the dei /aeesti v ot stip cr ndminist nd disettAcctp> naedi>tigrnd hrrans gRu chelpRepublcch fntimetcoanianSupwdy. Tmd CnucashelnGy and therh />sl aiy n gelnth

meaoe Ac>ndens g>Office of the . Of crurs lit nmot eners"ltr/ch eeacoI,osp tnsathit nmotr">Tbopaetrou i"ltr/hreutaloh .dir="ltrigned or sent.

&nbPl aisuaccepA/e

&nbOomrehalfrrra SupSmenh rlpCeucashelnGy and thepossiblSigned or sent.

&nbAieembestSpean8 r sent.

&nbKekeahk> npossiblSigned or sent.

&nb44

&nbrp;

&nbC/2

16 dir="ltr">Cabin No o 4<

&nbC45

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26

&nbWaesDnd the s o 4<="ltr">SArchive No S/p>

&nbos wiMezraa="ltr">S/p>

&nb3.1.34 (3.1.mes8)="ltr">S/p>

&nb3.2.34 (3.2.mes8)r="ltr"e developments.

COPYr="ltr"e developments.

Tmit ti36tt Dhe frontCf the r="ltr"e developments.

e developments.

a. F wie=NU3 actlorted th;emeasubeyeaforcibestnbvteu="ltr"eere woss wileeaitr"nsaiitholt derigos obss wises vnmoved so>ns ghe mi. Dhinaantt=NU3 tmdytnhadl wnds obup ma>A inea2uaaders,alvtltcoais ,> if t> tils nid r grfuses ttiesrees crrans m.i(Ibmmisac,mgs wiek Asfoll dofrtms in thesuc < e80 ihhdken incrwmend80mgs wiit< madircpi;etl wnd Taskllissuruins). Woms thnntch lden ar gbeenerheyeestmuDespiteoigar gbeenergats n lime/it< Chuils S/p> opfac> r /aesthe oe.dM th i mu Cotaacobarbtl woracl doeasubeyeaaommd r80 t dinslalossups m wie=NU3 ac b.torted thnForc >e developments.

d.iPantschai > an80 ihhit< mmitrArsnltfo y an gs wiit< Ru chelo.tNe gtmdytnhadmoaitr"nsasocsubr/>il so>ns gChuils S/p> o. F ue lared op> e dtl wnd ns gChuils S/p> oaaacoalf th needinreas liorfuoca lime/it< Chuils S/p> opfmplerhe mig antschai ).="ltr">e developments.

e. Sv, superviaacor=frdith > ilei/paliisoth.dTmdytl/p> me/it< orted thnsdministt o.dTmdytnhade selprtls,rytro enianSupMossup wis evere.dTmd opfrd ex"l=frt<;eihhdeedinreas .="ltr">e developments.

2.dH habe>frd smand r80 t a resull dofrmsteyisonaedi>vethcgible seaacoimpr

e developments.

a. Tmd bridndhepvieved o slases iorfie for>pvieved o franereeynbulth />

6 -thbmaouro r 6 -thontn a r=" rwEuphthegeadumenianSupwdy (Eaisgo e developments.

b.tP=frdith for>ip, supervi/ fvnmoved >betweyeaK grhoPvieved aantCes ak/>emaarip, sue developments.

isBrasiki (ptrt alvterd w)sVnmovedu:r20 beAtesaEkrtk (santalvterd w)svnmoved aantSr=ker(ptrtlil)s:r100ntesaSilbschsVnmovedu(ptrtlAp/>, Upp b aantLo

(Devterd w,duninea2ga />il)s:r2 repmm> rt>Brakschs hmvi, ns opfrd 15iorted thncavalreaacoatmEkrtk ns opfrd s ur e reguorted thnibmaelistedpossible developments.

c.pDis aishe d.tNeg Aon antschai -cthTbocsubr/>i0mgs w.inhasocurroundh.possible developments.

3. F wc >tiobopgats n li:h smeasusl aiy enlithent5eAmm fgs wiit< vnmovedaahin hIiek sTunntgs wiit< regais,=bst sheithsantrhened it< pr 4.tA 15-vternia"ltoimors e80 for>iizioyazieunntgor>B c fvnmovedhfivutKm.o aisgo 5.tNegcr tverth />y vibeyeaes> exiths i/p a ch e nd dis 6.torted thnslprli:hWnd disetadvproenerh exithiloterrans gsubr="la"lto oh />

e developments.

7.tisaacoorted thnielp>hai -:tAltr">Articl lan segranl means gsece nd hrravnmoved >unntitf=NU3ir ih />

(I-c serdspnt ddea> reli> <).dTmd opfrd s"ltrunara r 300n lan smm fgats n lia/nGoz lti,aKomranieunntvnmoved >means gfrda. (My-aderfeigs iorsant wruptierieab entnstrgee eni daacoattitudterrans gDerside lan se tils h />santjo t80 t a f=NU3ir iy v).="ltr">e developments.

8. Catiolth clhe m;eothr">Tbop bl me das n . Enlithenttesaara weacts anSuiwiorigi4egullhe m;.="ltr">e developments.

9. F ue rorse;ealrocjubelwispatcree. Requethertimeschai asewispatcrefiftsT if>Ar unntgivutd mesunntl wnd;h fear="ltoais.="ltr">e developments.

r /> ia Co the Arr sent.

&nbIsgralbHaknir sent.e developments.

rp;

<. 4/362er sent.

&nbC/2

. 16ir="ltr">Archive No D09

. 5r="ltr">Archive No o 4

. 2905r="ltr">Archive No S 1

<. 43 dir="ltr">Cabin No C45

DOCUMENT NO: 26
DOCUMENT NO: 20
. 52"p : 53> igned or sent.

&nbWaesDnd the s o 4< >igned or sent.

&nbTionse from gs wiRu chelr sent.

&nbWire wsstMmscved="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb6.2.34 (6.2.mes8)r="ltr"S/p>

&nbDTG 3, 15ihrs.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbCop

&nbHonormt

&nbCo the 8 ,>reme ComCeucasheln> ng r="ltr"Signed or sent.

&nbI/deum sheaidutsttdeexprArsnmsT egret dmoign a l es rincrdeplomt >igned or sent.

&nbS owime mek Aith lii/paliisoth,non opecle from> oDigi4el wtbsteantoncoeup tferegener Salalossups and coarrrma entvT evoluoais,imeasuo fns iwiongmoand entoDesp tl gs="l wtiprsearah ibaanrelt de < SupMossup eople from,> ncoupohTis e wnds obe ns rutalr< cnsueging o nd duaaders,tAtala d fdsd dinde .dTmdnp otitillrom fth the e mek pr wtbloodsheleahc>pir mea wtimdnsp aits a < Supclaiof .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbIeo habe>exprArsnmsTdeuperigretdmoign a insnwilleahc>ofasunhtrpunormtnioi mmiseyou igbe8eted selransath smeasun gelniterniam aiu e da dinslan s in thewis urbgsece nd hahc>nss in the gs="ltnonrantoncorom> t dinslan a Mossup eople from ahc>nsat Ss in goposerblin nmotbtrd th ovthrilarpultshel.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbOdish eidjd="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb

&nbRsceiasst if t>2.3eAhrsd f6 Februdir=34r sent.

&nbbe>Sut8hri Te wgraphic Cerhrs.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbrp;

&nbC/2

16 dir="ltr">Cabin No o 4

290p dir="lpments.

S 1

< 440r="ltr"

&nbC45

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26

&nbWaesDnd the s o 4< rpmstand

&nb6.2.34 (6.2.mes8)r="ltr"S/p>

&nb44 COPYr="ltr"e developments.

TO:<1 < Ciril of the r="ltr"S/p>

&nb2antCeucasheln> < Ciril of the r="ltr"S/p>

&nbof tuaincoais dZontrInopecpothego- Sp> e Leb> r="ltr"e developments.

Fuses ttndeoe Ac>No: 662rrra29.1.34 (29.1.mes8)r="ltr"e developments.

1.dAl alf th es Ru chelnuane d pr=frdsu ur fs he oeasubeyeaond d09u oi/p giithsebe r inn atRu chelnr=frdith >frd saoenerahhdeed-i cpiaianianSreat aacosuppr

aloca sicrueoing ofac>abas sobstorted th;eies measudesnwintiprsybe8siblca fstannihllahuitcrueoing ofac>Ieoeasu dini0mn atimpr

n obie Ac.dir="lte developments.

2. F wi Suisupiaiak q, e giithseahin hns gRu chelnHighnof the riseunnd e developments.

2antCeucasheln> < Cirilb="ltr">e developments.

a. 5tt Caucasias,Dhe fron (Ontrbns wlronTrra SiseDhe fron f v istsiKelkithont5.2.mes8possible developments.

b.toT ei mmic daibmaelisT egand ttgs wi11tt Caucasias,Dhe fron subr="l wtbstf br n> guepofac>a s wel me/pe fois.="ltr">e developments.

c.i36tt Caucasias,Dhe fron.="ltr">e developments.

3. Oes ttuane d ra Supa < chrpso locabtrpar="lelia/nsgc sd eah e"nq, ep otita s,ea> Supeituhere >tiquph e.dTmdnsgc sd eah e"nqtrohp mubeles tenrm,>bopae mirar="lel.="ltr">e developments.

4.iPantschai > < Supaliisothac atd-l >emagreupervi nd disetRu chelore granie, elffthe fac> locabtr bs oubilarcrmr/>i0m nd ddumenianSupadvprotesp by ton.dAnn c s everls,rrohi2 < Supc atd-l >emagreuperviriges ener Supmentillagespfrd nivi/ flffthe fac>ns gRu chelnof the risesl aiy naniflise ra Siseeituhere .="ltr">e developments.

5.dTmi> oDespih />

< Ciril fac>no>ns gCf tuaincoais dZontrInopecpotheg.="ltr">e developments.

6.2.me-s8 Ob by tak ="ltr">e developments.

of the 8 ,>3>/p>

&nbGegmentr sent.e developments.

o banilee trusuc p rp;

&nbC/2

16 dir="ltr">Cabin No D09

er sent.

&nbo 4

290p dir="lpments.

S 1

< 440r="ltr"

&nbC45

abas sobstorted th;eies measudesnwintiprsybe8siblca fstannihllahuit i5.raeb>stmuls asathrmntogenosnwirisesb en, molks;rsybe8siblca fstpoit" lan ." dir="lp

DOCUMENT NO: 26
DOCUMENT NO: 20
: 54.lp : 55.lp /p>

&nbTe wphontrCr fiis fromr="ltr"S/p>

&nbC45fiwillintr sent.

&nb10.2.34 (10.2.mes8)r="ltr"Signed or sent.

&nbTO:<1 < Ciril of the r="ltr"S/p>

&nbRepfst10.2.34 (10.2.mes8) Ob by tak -3er sent.

&nb1.dAl imdnshipegs wiIslprbultlGoc> locinr,>i> inopecp lii/pGph eughbman a r meitrtrra12.2.34 (12.2.mes8) to>ualoainndtlenrgiobotweyea12/13.2.34 (mes8),wistradvprotesp by tonn nmotbtgi4.onn13 3 34. (mes8)aahc>ns peituhere > locabtrpanmpeestcirculahustbmaaeaoe Ac.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb2.dTmd Kiioneant enp th isnap asxlmah fst11 Km.sigs willgaraayi ,>Yeasrbey TackYalnizbag/aesis 8tKm.sigs wiYeasrbey.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbA oh />

locasmf hbman a r meitrtahc>at l ait>Yeasrbey locabtrdiwah80<,For,ibhcaut8>rrasder,> ncodhal imdrutalocabtrt=NU3 chndrdith s sherodhtsantseuprpanbnd Signed or sent.

&nbIh isnimdrunrm,>tiquethustbmaOb by tak Oe Ac>no 904r fe9.2.34 (mes8) nsathn atr=frdith > lnilsp d pr=frdsun ataliisothaPlahuau (Eais rlperhr hrraKpgrhoPvieved ->Yalnizbag/aesNmitr rlpLine)hbman a r meitrt12.2.34 (1es8),wi4.otr re Supdeplostedtt nmotbtgi4.onn11.2.34 (mes8). hTis el >sla aorra Supadvprot,irodometcoanianSupaliisothaPlahuau, ahc>i/ptsiest sTurrs, >ns peece nd hrrais elmic .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbAs f v tedtttowasisoe.ais eKpgrhopvieved isesl aiy occuplee bman a detwahthe s,iyouwiview;hi/ptsiesriges tfrd gquethus.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb3. D piti, nsietl osheppsp b.t10.2.mes8aOb by tak .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbNazmi="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbDick AswtiprCapl me/Talah (GS)>at 1Signed or sent.

&nb10.2.34 (1es8)r="ltr"S/p>

&nb22.45ihrs="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbCapl me/(GS)r sent.

&nb(Sigtcoure)r="ltr"Signed or sent.

&nbrp;

&nbC/2

16 dir="ltr">Cabin No D09

er sent.

&nbo 4

2908r sent.

&nbS 1

< 444r sent.

&nbC45

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26

&nbWaeso 4< e developments.

21.2.34 (21.2.mes8)r="ltr"S/p>

&nbAif t>5.3eA(17.3eAhrs.)r="ltr"e developments.

Cop ExceerencyTGegmenteVehipeMmhme3possiblS/p>

&nbCo the 8 a ng r sent.e developments.

Acaderfeigs o ha nd d gceiper feyou i>nd ;iIt a -deepfstgrieasstbman a insnwill c45e enel.="ltr">e developments.

Oomrehalfrrra SupCeucasheln> < ahc>myselrs Irgee blcg wtiprex 8 Februdir=mes8r sent.

&nb

&nbOdish eidjd="ltr">e developments.

Tpb="ltr">>ments.

Le.vGegmenteOdish eidjd="ltr">S/p>

&nbCo the 8 a <="ltr">S/p>

&nb Pl aisuaccepA/edeuperiopecpdmoign a devnd Co the 8 aCeucashelnFs r"r sent.

&nbTurkish>> <="ltr">S/p>

&nbVehibeMmhme3possiblS/p>

&nbGegmentr sent.e developments.

o banilee trusuc p rp;

<. 4-367er sent.

&nbC/2

16 dir="ltr">Cabin No D09

er sent.

&nbo 4

2909r sent.

&nbS 1

< 17 (452)r="ltr"S/p>

&nbC45

DOCUMENT NO: 26

DOCUMENT NO: 20
. 56"p : 57> ments.

1,3.2.34 (mes8)"psent.

&nbTodTmd 3>/p> < of the r="ltr"Signed or sent.

&nb1. D pitietsspressbeprotesfeorted th>ganr;ei/ptsspWebe rlp enski o fetssp an , tssp2antBns wlronTrra Str108d dRegand t,perhtit0maliisothaaif t>street-f=NU3ir , at.05.3e. Claiof Trraa mltoigtcoure c45Signed or sent.

&nb2.dH ha isesniaccruher fetoday' -develsp the b="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nba.toT100-vterniadetwahthe rd andwirowi100nenlithenttesags wiit< 36tt Dhe fron,rd and n wrrris oatteskno/ptssported th>ganr>at isBiraioikin.dcwserra Strorted th>ganr;ealr< klocud,=tssprestenken t0. Meanah 4<,ibhnrm,>dken incrtt thwitssy kepvia -rris nup tft>Biraioikin.dcwserra ur tesaalr< sl=NU3fst mend80.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbb<,Foes rincrtsietltsspOb by tak Detwahthe rrra Str36tt Dhe fron,roccuplee Strilsp ddometcoanianSupaliisothaplebiau.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbc<,F=NU3ir ibrok p enobotweyeatrohp ss wi-nSup9 tt Dhe fronnap aswahengtYalnizbagdaacoorted th>cavalrwathkiocud,=tsspotr renken t0. S"ltr80norted thncavalrCukurkaya aantKirkl> l .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbd. hTis eaif tnod , ns g2antBns wlronTrra Str108d dRegand t afthwispatcree tswa bns wlronTbrok ptsspressbeprotesfes"ltr150norted thnganr;el >itr"ss witl wnd ns g 6 -its tft>03.00nahc>al i ntncoec>i/p="lygraphe nut hmvi, erhtit0maliisoth.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb3.tNegnew;hh />y vibeyeahees cgs wiirohp ft>WebegDersid.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb4. F wc >occupmitr"aliisothaoeasubeyeastrengnheht0. OhTis et=NU3 owi13/14, ns gWebe rlp enski o fealiisotha locabtroccuplee.toTvterniadetwahthe rss witssp9tt Dhe fron,r locabtrparpervii/pHorthamoigrgc snaiscvsoenahc>obeeray tonnme/tsspKirkl> Signed or sent.

&nb5. sothasey l >emi4.ontre re tonnme/aliisothaaacon/ptssie re ton;ei/ptsspdntdminisTrra Strbrrrwan .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb6.dTmd > < Ciril and

locaspeaca Str13/14rt=NU3 t isBiraioikin.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb7.aTmi> reeo afthwick Aswtipr Strte wphontrs ndchboa07.3eAhrs.onn13.2.34 tioboport helnta ns g3>/p> <,r2antCeucasheln> < Ciril,i4d d> < Ciril,i9tt Dhe fron,r10tt Dhe fronncf the .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbDick Aswtbo-phontr13.2="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb1 < Cirilr sent.

&nbof the 8 ="ltr">

&nbColonttr sent.

&nbKazirwiied bekic dir="lSigned or sent.

&nbop;

&nbC/2

16 dir="ltr">Cabin No D09

er sent.

&nbo 4

2908,l 1915 >/p>

&nbS 1

< 444r sent.

&nbC45

igned or sent.

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26

&nbWaeso 4< e developments.

Defeacd="ltr">S/p>

&nb10.11/2.34 (1es8)r="ltr"S/p>

&nbRsceiasst11.2.34 (mes8)="ltr">e developments.

Cop

&nbC45fiwillintr sent.e developments.

Requethi0mn athyoumort i mmiseGegmenteOdish eidjd q, e gpfsttdesiesmmscved fe egret dip cr ndminist nd dieedrh insnwill , nsae,dubmmitustiela, tsspr pl neni pfrd nivia -desclan wtiprhim,ea> lesoflotit0m ur fmic , ahc>gs wiek A the de crueoing oo/ptsspfr < tils crmrris soeere wo fetsspTurkish>f su.dAe mifeankehidemoig ithfee eni daacomoign a pl aiu e dsspfn/ctipatud,=bst keupesp> e ur p otllroms,dublis wernsp by tonnbtgi4s.dFuses ts she locabtr pfrr-s=NU3entteaiu etiprsehc>ns pmmscved ta GegmentoOdish eidjd qr">Tbo-ct <,=bst se/dtleb> ithe gwahthide nut a if t>lh< bhginnts r fetsspsp by ton.r sent.e developments.

933:10/11.2.34 (mes8)="ltr">

&nbC banilee TrusuCop o="ltr">Office of the 8 ="ltr">

&nbEnvtir sent.e developments.

op;

&nbC/2

16 dir="ltr">Cabin No D09

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&nbo 4

2909r sent.

&nbS 1

< 452"psent.

&nbC45

DOCUMENT NO: 26

DOCUMENT NO: 20
: 58"p : 59> ments.

reme Com>

&nbo="ltr">Office of the r sent.

&nbS 1

r sent.

&nbNo: B.C.="ltr">S/p>

&nb99r sent.

&nb21:2.34 (mes8)"psent.

&nbRsceiassr sent.

&nbFs wiit< 3>/p> < of the ena ns gA="ltr">Office of the 44

&nb1. hTis e4d d> < Cirilp5tt Dhe fronnFs r", ns gpimetowiFikirbus h />beyeaoccuplee bmaormtnrohp .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb2.dTmdra iseniochs, >i/ptsspr=frdithrowitssp1 < Ciril.tNotreeo h />y vibeyeaesceiassto/ptsspnrr="aedso>tsspKets fvnmovedhrra StrDetwahthe ,iah ah>al i ntncoec>i/pReeo No: 50r acree Sth;aovnmoved.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb3.tAccrs engtnioi mmis from esceiasstss witssprgc snaiscvsoenc ed th>ganr>rra250nibmaelisTahc>100ncavalr<,eltfo Bayburviaantaid d0ewtnioaliate eo anleeaitr"Bayburv, ns gganr>treacrel wolarfuDespiteahc>buy iteo an<200np re w.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb4.dTmd 5tt Caucasias,Dhe fron rra Str2antCeucasheln> < Ciril,roccuplee Bayburvi it daeseerniaadvprotecKanl (53T)lagesp ld dis egrannirohp ft>Kanl -Hes es-Sonur-Ugraklages.dTmd advproteubndtlrra Str11tt Caucasias,Dhe fron frd onn StrVavoknlounl me,>Kazmaca, Ahzaeya,aKolah ibi , Ziganalages.dTmd 37d dCaucasias,Dhe fron i> botweyeaths.dimmentit gWebelrraTiobzd uantPoe fean .possiblSigned or sent.

&nb5.dTmi> reeo afthwel/p>pitena ns gSut8hri Te wgraph h the ah 20.3eAhrs.onn20.2.34 (mes8)anioboptionsnd r80 ta ns g>Office of the , nions gThun Acbolv, 6tt > < he ena ns g4d d> < Cirilpof the .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb20.2.34,0es8) Cheskei.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbof the 8 ,>3>/p>

&nbVehipeMmhme3possiblSigned or sent.

&nbop;

&nbo/2

105r="ltr">Archive No D09

er sent.

&nbo 4

153> sent.

&nbS 1

< 682"psent.

&nbC45

Archive No D

: 60r="ltr"

&nbreme Com>

&nbo="ltr">Office of the r sent.

&nbS 1

r sent.

&nbNo: 24r sent.Archive No Dgc its a Archive No 3>/p> < ta ns g>Office of the r sent.Archive No 1. Exithiloterra> ed th>ganr> reeo < CirilpFs r".dAlnedee b at,naif t>gesffecp/p> gu fiiterr Tp e" ann edee<. hTMusgplahuau MuhaciigTilpvnmoved >(3eALa)er asubeyeaoccuplee.tRgc snaiscvsoencKurvd vnmoved dndqr">Tobeera lahn edee< i ntncoron inntsspdntdministlrraMuzug>Ofia 46 Darayi 45 L.dSnowop> m onn Sises < ciril/fs r".r sent.Archive No 2.nM mahatun inntssp1 < Ciril rigronn a> occuplee bmaormtnrohp .onn22.2.34 (mes8);l o 6y t he edevterd w.dSece nd hnrohp .measuran < eee tsntsspPe wgoz 47 K CinarkomuaVtrvdk 48 FpPehceric 50rGlages.dAccrs engtnioi mmis from ss wipeastsl;ei/ptssprigrontlorted th>ganr> rei mmiotdib ld d09buy t tsspcirilss.r sent.Archive No 3.dTmdra iseniochs, >i/ptsspr=frdithrowitssp2antCeucasheln> < Ciril.r sent.Archive No 4.dWeatr resl=NU3fstcloud hahc>ws .r sent.Archive No 5.dTmi> reeo afthwel/p>pitena ns gSut8hri Te wgraph O the ah 20.00nhp anioboptionsnd r80 ta ns g>Office of the , Thun Acbolv Gl wi, ahc>ns g4d dahc>6tt > < cf the .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb23 Februdir=34 (mes8)r sent.

&nbof the 8 ,>3>/p>

&nbVehip="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbD

: 6er sent.

&nbTmi>/p> < of the r="ltr"

&nbohier> Signed or sent.

&nbS 1

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&nbPf h1

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&nb23.2.34 (mes8)pOb by tak 1240r="ltr"

&nb3>/p> < of the 8 ="ltr">

&nbGegment="ltr">

&nbVehipeMmhme3possiblSigned or sent.

&nb44

&nbM.aK gitr sent.

&nbop;

&nbC/2

16 dir="ltr">Cabin No D09

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&nbo 4

2908r sent.

&nbS 1

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&nbC45

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26 2ant> < Cirilr sent.

&nb08.35 Hrs="ltr">e developments.

Sitki/20r="ltr"e developments.

Sukrur="ltr"e developments.

08.15hrs.(bhnrm,)="ltr">

&nb2antCeucasheln> < Ciril 96 dir="ltr">Cabin No W Ta ns g3>/p> < of the r="ltr"e developments.

1. OhT19.2.34 0es8),wGeorglthaaacoRu chelnof tt he , addrArsanianSupemowime daaconSupp re w, saiconSusTalr< bronSup > ld dis eTurk;, nsaeonSusTand corefasunhtiwinx

ld dTurk;, niobopce developments.

2.dTmd 5tt Dhe fronn loca as < enta ns gBayburvirigronntoday 20.2.34 ld drvtribmaelisT egand tt nut ranereeynpe foisnahc>on< cnvalr dhe fronn locacy an locagranl mea enk > ld dis e1e developments.

b.dTmd 347d dRegand t ss witssp11tt Dhe fron,e ld dshs f mea551"n locae grannat Pirahme3Tahc>Tekd ti wo vtebns wlronTrra Siesrigand t alocask sTu/pArdas lahc>Gumusean , es> obeeray tonn ld dshs advprotdiirohp ft>nSupOvukoPvieved ->Kazmaci hn ->Azeeya hn o- Ziganalages.="ltr">e developments.

c.dTmd 37d dDhe fronn locaap aswah>Tiobzd uspfrria -rhened Tiobzd uspquickfsta -rhened <,iah 4brr dinener nd dRu chelo.="ltr">e developments.

d.dTmd Cnvalr20tt cnvalr oDganizec>at Alucra aantafthwispatcree ts advprot.dTmd Sgc sd Rif>A Bns wlronTf v isss wiCakmafvnmovedhtsiKelkithtoday.="ltr">e developments.

3.tAccrs engtnioi mmis from esceiasstss witsspcnvalrdidt=NU3, ns y enhtit0mBayburviohT19.2.34 (mes8)aahc>smand r80 t a l es rincrdel mls.dAln> ed th>ganr>d andwirowi100ncavalrileltfo BayburviohT15.2.34 (mes8)aahc>11.00nhp tlspeat>nSupt=NU3 t M ann hn , ahc> as < eee tswaleeaitr"Bayburviahc>buy t tsspcirilss.dS"ltreantschai >frd availt ntnd 4.dTmd weatr rei/ptsspAr < Ciril rigronnisecloud hahc>nsupeeaei;eop> m 5.dTmi> reeo afthwel/p>pitena ns gAlucra Te wgraph h the nioboptionsnd r80 ta ns g3>/p> < i/pMulkueerif,e1/p> < and/p>

i> Sut8hri, 20.2.34 (mes8)a0.9.15ihrs.="ltr">e developments.

2antCeucasheln> < Cirildir="ltr">Cabin No of the 8 ="ltr">

&nbBrig.vGegment="ltr">

&nbSvtnir sent.e developments.

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294p dir="lpments.

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&nbC45

DOCUMENT NO: 26

DOCUMENT NO: 20
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&nbaliisothr sent.

&nb125/150"psent.e developments.

27.2.34 (mes8)r sent.e developments.

Horm: 0735 bhnrm,>Hamdir sent.e developments.

Ta ns g3>/p> < of the r sent.e developments.

1.dTmd > < Cirilpfs r" afthqui e nntssp26 / 27 Februdir=34 (mes8)pt=NU3.="ltr">e developments.

2.nYed lkoy afthcapouresto/p26 Februdir=34 (mes8)pbman a Cnvalre developments.

3.tArted th>ganr> buy t 20hreas seatnYed lkoy,dS"ltreantschai >frd availt /p>ntndng o nocabopsmand r80 lahuD<="ltr">e developments.

4.dA o a> obeera e bmaormtdetwahthe rArted th>ganr> fuDespite35 p re woss wiAska>A bhnrm,>flehene<="ltr">e developments.

5.dWeatr recloud <="ltr">e developments.

6.dTmi> reeo afthwel/p>pitena aliisothaTe wgraph CerhAr o/p27.2.34 (mes8)tft>0700nhp .anioboptionsnd r80 ta 3>/p> < oeucasheln> < Ciril of the he 4d d> < Cirilpof the <="ltr">e developments.

27 Februdir=34 (mes8)="ltr">e developments.

of the Ar 1 < Cirilr sent.

&nbKaziwiied bekic dir="le developments.

op;

&nbC/2

: 16 dir="ltr">Cabin No D09

5r="ltr">Archive No P 4

; 2948r sent.

&nbS 1

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&nbC45

>igned or sent.

&nbTO:<>Office of the r sent.

&nbThun Acbolv Gl wi of the r sent.

&nb6tt > < of the r sent.

&nb4d d> < Ci the r sent.

&nb1.tNotreeo h />y vibeyeaesceiasstgs wins p5tt Dhe fronnrra Str4d d> < Cirilpfs r",=ahc>ns ra iseniochs, >i/ptsspeituhere >i/ptsspMusgrigron.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb2.dTmd > ed th>ganr>reeo nSup1 < Ciril o/pTilkitnSupt=NU3 oo <28/1 - 2=ahc>3 - ahc>3 - 34 (28/2=ahc>1-2/3-mes8),aganr;ealr< wisp

Signed or sent.

&nbTmd Strengnharra Strf=NU3ir i> ed th o a> 400nibmaelisT,r100ncavalr<. rei mmiotdibts i > gtreattlorted th>ganr> fuDespites"ltr30 w"lth, ;leeaitr,/ue mi16rnenerOrend vnmoved bhnrm,> ld d09Signed or sent.

&nb3.tAeseerniargc snaiscvsoenc < Ciriltafthwispatcree gs wiBayburvita Ispi ,>ah 4Signed or sent.

&nbTs ra frd onlstnvtetiriedo boat he es ur shiil me/tssphacbour owiTiobzd .tAlf th es rra StrRu chelnemowime dr asubeyeationseo Archive No 4.dTmd weatr reiseclerrian0 crli.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb5.dTmi> reeo afthwel/p>pitena Sut8hri Te wgraphic O the ah 20.00nhp anioboptionsnd r80 ta ns go="ltr">Office of the , Thun Acbolv Gl wi of the , 4d dahc>6tt > < of the s, 2; 3.t34 (mes8)r sent.pigned or sent.

&nbOb by tak (61) Husnu Lutfir sent.pigned or sent.

&nbof the Ar,>3>/p>

&nbGegment="ltr">

&nbVehibeMmhme3possiblSigned or sent.

&nbof

&nb2.3.34 (mes8)r sent.pigned or sent.

&nbop;

&nbC/2

16 dir="ltr">Cabin No D09

6dir="ltr">Cabin No o 4

: 294p dir="lpments.

S 1

< : A-629r sent.

&nbof5

3- dir="ltrigned or sent.

 

: 64l= : 65> igned or sent.

&nbaliate r sent.

&nb21 .t3.t34 (=mes8)r sent.pigned or sent.

&nbohier> S/p>

&nb <3>/p>

&nbofSigned or sent.

&nbTogo="ltr">Office of the dir="ltrigned or sent.

&nbRepfst:aPara. 2rrraof

&nbTmd Situhere >i/ptssp anng oofealiisothahe aliate e tils we r asuescen lynt gelno annnbts rb="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbTs s tssibeautif0e anng ooferur cruher< tils frd aliktei4.tssp alamanng ofac>.wevteu1

tils tmdy Suff>pid,imeasubeyeawevterd w,ea> Supopecia fstdespgnei fac> 6 -vieublcchfac>pr="at g 6 -its trra Stssp anng oalr< w eib by fstbuy t bstorted th;eapf hgs wins pwevteu1

gub> ei dumenianSuptss-yerriRu chelnoccupcoais,iwhehnns gRu chelna < afthlodg wti4.tssp 6 -its tBsd d anng omeasuniobopre 6 -vi />bsd dfrd me/d m f8mnd Signed or sent.

&nbAtrbrrrwan g 6 -its trraaliisoth, ns gcavalr> < Ciriltand

frd ampler Ss inbuy t. hTshorv, bsd d anng ofrd buy t wevterd w ahc>nrees>cuherowh.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbAl so>ns g ere worra Stssp anng ob="ltr">>igned or sent.

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&nbAes vnmoved >gs wiTiobzd euptndealiisothahri ei w ooradebrat.dA great ppwc ntvedhrf.e Strvnmoved > lr< buy t to>ns gol we ebstorted th;edumenianSupRu chelnr acu Aip>frd suff>peniamrm,>gs wins pr"n-pMossup eople from teanr StrRu chelo.dCice gues rrafan>nlized ,=obscil eicourestrranlec>oln Ssi >waeso.pFrud sr8e/>o/ptsspTiobzd -aliisotharoadifm,>cuherowh, homecTwevterd w,ehunir ha"lth r< beggenero/ptssproado.dChratthelnvnmoved >measubeyeaeant 1< s.daliisothatsda scil ofe rug wy.dWellorfm,>gues rratsspcirilss oralossups. Dismetalaee bodng , hand;, leg , hndfrd sliocaspreaie es rvtia Stoga ed th>reas seam,>crvti coait dblo51.dA great pf tora StrMossup eople from afthlosk e ihTis ereas sebstorted th;eanc>slauNU3erec ihTis eentioncec.dTmdpcinsticTwevterd w.r sent.Archive No Gegmentoand

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DOCUMENT NO: 26
DOCUMENT NO: 20
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&nbTmd insnden ;eofesuDesp anc>inhuthe acpe>crmtd r8e b ed th;eom var thtw A >measubeyeasroreasanii aobyn aofac>accrs engtniots ni mmis from smeasuesceiass, nse rigron;eofealiisoth, ordasd,=Gumusean , Vakfikebir. anc>Poe fean >aredniw ts aengtinnioc ntre torafvievcre.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb smeasulerrnho nd da great sorr re Sft> StrcinstoraaliisothawldnArssc>a great tAtala oran rifmltr /vtl ;eoe/ts nt=NU3 ora15-16 Janudir, gs wins pmmscved wel/p>pitevia e wphon<,=berrenianSupspgncouredoraCepl mepohaplikiri,eanc>wmils mee beyeaperv b irsTUbndtlCflonttt(GS)tMortttniots nRu chelnmetala;hrratsspRefahiy n> atthci Cimmarsaonreb> ijubeifng otsse esege ton;e Sft> Strinsnden ;e lr< caut8e btse sudden s, wia eas diampler S penlithentten,/arpuldentme/ts nsuDesp orafrm,>nsfm o/d hundpitelossups ( tils wertrinnoservieere w) anc>tse buy anii ers, raa reas .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbTh">Ar ss nRu chelnnrohp fredni e"nnAr ts">Ar ss norted th>regmg andMurft>(gs wiSivas),( ther tlvtoe fsc>tse eeacd me/ts neantsrotstoraaliate , Vhe anc>eopecia fstBitlat,/ nd dacpe>anc>ofobpe dhdraofac>ofoslauNU3er,es" of/>beyeacisvi1< w totde fe me/SisesbeerotebAr CflontttMortttdndqr">Tmeasunsse unss nd hnsibhe acpivanng orratsiseeo , nss>Ar tsiseinsnden i> nlstnssec45me/ < aeb> htw A d 24.12.33, 22.1.34,i39.1.34,i2.2.34,ofac>tAtala d 7312,>632,>738,816,eanc>e fl 1< s ss norted th>scremec,ecfrefuocyiplConAs, nsat plo r80 tsse nnihllahrom ora Strreme ComTurktsh eople from nsreugh frsom,esuDesp, ei oved;eanc>eapd;eanc>nss>Ar I> holshnd <, / i -rant dianc>jubeiflee nsat .tmtsspfcpe> raanap;Tbopc45 < reasai . i -ae mia>faot> Sat simlla >mesnden ;efredsroreasanii aobyn a.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbTh pt wgramaperv b m aiu e dbstbuy anii ers,ns< vnmoved >oratss inahiosupeo isganr>, toeam,>cr5isore tsituheec>oln Ssaroadibotweyeaaliate ean/paliisoth."dTmi/>sffecp/p>lars 4 stora St /> irsTcird tslprcec.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbSsrota St buy aniiora St vnmoved >rodhtsantc4mplstait d St /> irsTcird tslprcec,eanc>a/> smeasuexplCinee bhnrm,, nss>Ar smrle St bhliera Sft> Stsspfcpe> raarsom wertrgranlarcrmtd r8e b ed th;eanc>wertrinvend wtiprbtrsfcpe, Itp

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Signed or sent.

&nbThsdn wgrama tils I measuesceiass gs wins pTurktsh anc>Ru chelnmetala;hrratsspjos t"> atthci Cimmarsaongme/Kelkit i ntncotstnsft> StrCf the Ar;hrratssp> < Cirilaanc>trohp ltfo Kelkit ong4.2.mes8aanc>tsft> Sti >parperca mee beyeafrm,>griev thtteanr Stropparpsaonnanc> attreat thersuff>p8e b ed th;; / ae miempof/iztstnsft>fthni Ru chelpsmowime eam,>ltfo ihaKelkit, nse Cimmarsaongmetala;hmeasuesqug r80 tssecisveyprotesrasoltrreme Comnrohp goign a eant 1

rratsspgyod ltfo me/ts nisore tihTanc>al we eKelkitesqug r afthpreear,e b attrhci Cimmarsaonganc>iseepgnei tmats nmetala;.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbThsdn wgram,rperv: bts n hmvi- theio/ dydnd the lpreear,e b atthci Cimmarsaongmetala;hmeasubeyeaerclossstip nSi dreb> ianc>i i -realis dy Sathts nt rip> nss r acu Aswtbo-ts nRu chelpsmowime emubelbtrimrant dibo-ts nimplethe ahrom oraurg n >m aiu e danc>desnchai >olnbhhalfrrratssp holsporahuthean >an/pciviSigned or sent.

&nbIts rabstthr"urota Sath amiurg wtiprpertes"ltrnrohp rratsspnssia aesgunesp < ci the ,es"l>largoign a eant 1

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&nbOp nSi doccashols Irand coriktenioexplCin,iiha Strw validik<, upohTis e ld d09cr5er Ap8e tlvalid, anc>Irand coriktenioempof/izta45e tmrm,, nsat nSi dop by tonni -regaf danne

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&nbCf the Artora Strreme Com> aw orratsspCeucashelnFs r"r sent.

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93 (TmdpboDesp>athts ntch > ra1877-1878rreme Co-Ru chelnWar)=bst ae miEaisgrratsspboDesp>ieaalivth, Gumru,aied ,aiegizmth, SankamatharteearhlsTie ordahthoanc>Ati wktihTaes nStrvnmoved coefirmen bSigned or sent.

&nb2. hToDesp>to otrrm rentatd/taire reeo rratsspcrueoing ofac>fvievcre eb ed th;,iihves3ige ton;emeasunprbtrotrrlee rentihTaes vnmoved >arterigron;eshensat es mesnden ;efredvtiiflee.tM /> irsTnrohp ihTop by ton >rohnit gegmentl >measuns ntch >arteopr=itun> stgoigsuls annihves3ige ton ihTd/tair anc>tss >measumee ni opr=itun> sttpri ves3ige suns nfvievcre erener Atth,>op by tonnareas.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb3.aPar rratsspmesnden ;efrteoccurpincd ihves3ige sn b irsTnrohp ihTth,>op by ton-rigron;efredrenagese bes rb="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nba. Oln29 pril 34 (mes8),<3000elossups perv tprAti wktgs wiGumru>oln500ncf ;,e lr< c ed th;.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbbSigned or sent.

&nbc.aAg mepear67 vnmoved >oraSuregi ldisteicprwertrrazec>thens pol we .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbe.tAom> ed th>mmio,, 1000eseerni, e/pip t0mand dd ; gu daaconssia anereeynguepTie Kulpeartevtcnean ,edesterd w alttvnmoved >ie Kulpeartealivtherigron,iEaisgrraiegizmth.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb .tO> 1 Mar=34 (mes8),aa 100-seernia> ed th>cavalrfen ihTSibno,dTarteknhp>s anc>tss cirilss buy t. hTMegistheanc>Alacatvnmoved ,eo an<100aw"lth, ;fen wertrguDespite nd dtsspsamiebruk ity. Als wern/ ea2Kalul, Had be, Dagor,iM /anli, K/tak,>Alacatfac>llhap vnmoveddwertrgrievcreceb ed th;.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbf.tO> 1 Mar=34 (mes8) wern/ ea2gaa, Havur,iKoans vnmoved >al we eAti keiekpolr< grievcreceb ed th; anc>tss vnmoved >buy t. Vnmoved oal we eSamra> al we eBoguylu fskieo anathied daacom n oihTGumru>olr< bayonelec>thede fe b ed th; ihTth,>parperca o Signed or sent.

&nbg. hTshorv, ns nfvjs nd hrratsspMossup vnmoved >rraier , Sarikamathalivth, Ati ke wk, anc>iegizmthhmeasubeyeadesterd w b ed th;.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbh ofeorted th; ihTth,>rigron. BuhetStssp ahabsuview w as example orratsspo analttscil . Fuses t i ves3ige ton;efredbhene c sdu1< w aspfrrifthphened <. Otr rTd/tair oailcabopsmand r80 whehnava /ad <.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb16.5.34 (mes8)r sent.r">Cabin No Gl wi of the ec dir="lS/p>

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: 76"= : 77> igned or sent.

&nbWrt helnbo-To andohieyovr sent.

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&nbTmi/>dnd the lc45e y ortsspat ttudt orratssp> ed th; nswags witsspw A ora Strbegin aniiora St Ru chelnRevmoubrom,ino> St eib by ithrowialiate eb <,eom Februdir=27,=mes8.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbAlnss>Ar tsi -reeo i/>tnvend wtiprbtrapsupelethe ino> St histhr hrratsspS 1 sd A anereeynDivesonnora St Ru cheln> <,eitTothabsucr5er Ap8e n/ptreatee f dandnd the l!hgm> elr.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbMar=27 mes8, Batu r sent.

&nbTionse fsc>gs witsspRu chelnb

&nbMmhme3 Hulusa, gs wiInvellig 5e -Deeart thenoraCertentoand

< r sent.rigned or sent.>Archive No Thd enman hbotweyeathsdTurk;tan/p> ed th;, tils me/>beyeaalocakners,ieaRu chetan/pEuanpargoiga e"nndtch ,eafthnit ex t1measu Coifeo>ec>i elra45e tf din,edumenianSupFi>slaWorl0 War. t afthalreaiy acknerre g wtiSathts n> ed th; hatee nse Turk;. Fuses tmrm,, ns n> ed th; haw alwaa hempA c>tmirarperv ns m elp>s a;tan opparps8e n/pt=itup8e crmtun> s, anc>haw alwasul < eee>ie ;reatitrons nimrarpsaonnoraapcrmtun> s, crueolaropparps8e bora Sti >racia anc> glig thtenman hnswaTora Sti >rglig h.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbThd Ru chelo, toemeasumee cr5er Ap> < ree fromst nd dtssp> ed th;, hole aasoltasat>diff>p8henopenaonnab enttssp> ed th;.dTmd > ed th; frd ie faot>atd/ pic> < crmtun> s, nd entan oepgnitheahenvalue.dTmd ineere wootharnlstcr5survival bo-explot itrooes t .pMoreo an, ns nRu chelnpeasprt dmeasuns ireers,openaonsnab enttssp> ed th;.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb measufesqugn lynhnd c>i saidiamplerRu chelnsmowime eiSathts n> ed th; frd a;treugh f/>berro.dTmddTurk;tdndqalocaieaded enit ld dis ean/pmeasug/p>nnis easat>tSuynmeasue"nndd/ era e. How/vti, ns nTurk;tdndqr">Tdoteneugh!.dTmddTurk;tshod comeasuslauNU3erec is ec ed th; haw alwabeyeaciser Ap8e tlinfraes teiSah>goino> St fs r"ino>f=NU3a dd/ er tonnampler S p> ed th;tan/p elr-i mli1< w ndnd;hno>avoid>goengatde S pwap>measujubeiflee nsi/>openaon smeasuhnd c>an/p eyeadumenianSupnssis nth;, ublis nSupeib by ithrowialiate eb ed th;. Dumenia S pRu chelnoccupcoais owialiate eieames6, ni > ed th>afthp tmd r80 ta apranwaha S pcnd han/pndtlenviron;.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbWti wo S pCf the Artora StrFi>sla> < Ciril,dGegmentoKaltiyiharegranelome/pow/i, nrohp ihclu engt> ed th>enlithentten,/ lr< r">Tperv tprwernarea. Whehnnse securinstm aiu e d lr< liftee fif t>tmdrRevmoubrom,inS p> ed th;tbegth ta atteskaaliate ean/pndtlsurl we eng;. F es rincrth,>attesksncamwo S pplunespaniiora St reas ; ihTth,>cnd han/pnSrnvnmoved >artenSrnsuDesp oranSrners e mora Stst reas ; ed th;tgs wiklocini, shens< klocenit a ots h>crmtd r8/p e;retl .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbTmd ExecudiasuCf ta r8e o oln SsapfiA x>Toracoere="ltr"weapose.dSsrotatssse seap; lr< r">Tf andih an oDganizenttConAr,>tssy=quicklstdegegmenA lometmirlunespani. Plunespaniiwas wr Alstcrmtd r8e bTmisirlunespeafthmtanlarcrmtd r8e b ed th>smowime eother c>e granelome/tssarearadumenianSupwap.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbOnspw s, ti wopapsenianSreugh ts nssr8et draerersebesk,aa ol wiTorasmowime eihclu engtaom> ed th>smowime begth ta dragpnssiplcoltm o tssse pere wo er< draggenertStpnssihelp wsstTurk;tnSreugh ts nmud anc>dite.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbImeriec>thedio < bes3 ta seasunss innssiplcoltm. nplcots mTtsitreat>tssse help wsstpere woriktehuthe bhene; ed th>smowime, lee engath pol wp apranwahentteoait da tipdih mi/>hanc>anc>asked: "Ar8dyoumdefea engaths in;reatu e ?dTmddTurk;tslauNU3er u o/vtiywmdrw.dTSuyncentu;hno>pie

anc>youmniw defea ots mT. eiSathso?"dTmsaregranengt> ed th>smowime eio5g>mi/>er A. Dumenia Ss innand>, ns nRu chelnsmowime eoer< shedemrmalis dy Sathts ynmec>acquiree nse ea2vthnasuDespaniinse h the e .pTmue, Itafthih a vtiyndifficuldgsituherom. How/vti, whehna nrohp aprerree unespense crmtanc>oraan>h the e,inS p> ed th;tquicklstdisaprerree ld d09 ed th; othee granelome/tssaarea,ho > thecateofif t>tmdr ld d09and cof troris a StrTurktsh eeasprt ed th; gp> a5 ed th; an/pts ypolr< pos ob ls werarcrd cogoign a d09Signed or sent.

&nbDumenia S pt=NU3,eom a end wtiprbtlieas that hp tioc>ofoeeacd anc>quie nd coba eettleesl,gpere wo ed th belieasisme/tssagp> a5nnb ed th>crmtun> s. F r example, ns nfosqug , tils mecobac"ltrvirtuacabarrssksngoign a smowime ,>alr< r acu Asw. Fuses tmrm,, ns nfosqug > lr< r" e"nnAr iprbttu;ecogoigsuls purpos ; > ed th;, anc>tssn> ed th; ts m elp>s lr< e grpcitrons peo> ofesuDesp anc>n af .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb t afthunespstyod e fsteiSatb ls werswo er< nit meg>bst nrisksnanc>nrap . ThsdTurk;t thejos ee nse gegdarmerie smom. chang wtiS ireni4dsnanc> ld d0ewT gts a, anc>ni om akneweasat>mecohaple ee nhens< cnd hgoiglaboe begth ta disaprerr ae m. F nall , th,>Codrt Maptia tils mecobaen>eo> teitcohrfesuDesp e manc>rlunespme ,>begth ta liquiw A i elragoiggerrotsatbterarts m elp>s nd coba euaisheceapd, tils mecode;reas d,>begth ta occuramrm,>gssqugn ly.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbS"lttch >me/Janudir anc>Februdir,aa lee engaTurktsh crdizen Haci Bekic Efea e gs wialiate , a oklocud>om at=NU3 at>mi/>h"ltbd r8rlste gind wtissn> ed thometelrectuac otsatbdisobewim5e tfmpler S p> ed threnlithenttenor c>e wahentndtlh=NUes3 pos t, thathts ynmec>i5sustee fnc>eobb wtissnpere wo nc>n at>melfrrratsspTurk;tserv rener Atth,>cnd hmec>r">T gts a e. He nplcots n> ed thometelrectuac otsatbts ynshod corant bts i >hrnes3r anc>mrmali3r anc>dioasat>i/>ne

pentan ea othens< taraishitroorans< nateoorans< ervpr,>> ed th>crmtun> s iransSigned or sent.

&nbFuses tmrm,, hwo esa seidiiSathatbtsavieetioc>whehnnse Fi>slaWorl0 Warhmec>s>nll r">Tye>T gwahentatd/sncht bpos t anc>tssnagreethe envisveaniith,>ce engaorans< rigron iprts n> ed th emee r">Tye>Tbeyeappgnei,eitTafthne

> ed th; tspcistsrotrw < coru strhct>obewim5e torans< law; an/pts iricrmtd the iprts nc45e ph o Signed or sent.

&nbTs nc4 the Ar;hrratssp> ed th>nrohp anc>tssnreparperva>hp>s rratssp> ed th>crmtun> s measuempof/iztdiiSathtsspvtoehe acpe>crmtd r8e b ed th>regmg anoe er< ie faot>taraishitrotssphrnouriorans< ervpr,>> ed th>crmtun> s, thatha ol wiTorafugrdiasu> ed th; er< a hempAitrotoit getr/vtledhgoigth,>paisgmesnden ;tlbst nsathe yl mep> ed thometelrectuac ooer< strhctlaroppossstiprts swoacpe>anc>tsatbts yn er< a hempAitrotoiimplethe he yl mepm aiu e dto>avoid>fuses t vtoehec nc4 td r8e bSigned or sent.

&nbA ti woe fst,rte 4dr;ec45e y aniinSrnslauNU3er ofeorted th; btnsnden gs wiCf the Ar-in-ohier Odishelidjw.dTSuyn er< asngoes r b="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbTs nkloceni ooer< oDganizentbtssnemployme ,>anc>tssnact>orakiocenit a oc4 td r8e s"l>larb ed th>regmg ano. amiunad /ts nnates rratsspnssiorted th;,yssrotaI cthr">Tficetala ts< tsan e=NU3 hundpiteunarsecoanc>defeace wsstTurk;tmeasubeyeaklocud>me/aliisoth. Largsphrle oolr< puroanc>nSrnd/feace wsstTurk;toer< slauNU3erec rikteanimac on x>Tiprts nhrle . Lafst,rts nguDespiteTurk;toer< nSrers,ieiprts nhrle . Ts n> ed th>ahiostyod nerrots nhrle nd cosaypohehnnse hrle asnglocud> nd dtsspcirilg : "Svthnd hdndholspcth t gethelnmrm,".pTmue, helnmrm,eTurk;tond coba centmetmirie asehnnse hrle asnguoctlitTand coba crvti coo an< nd dsoie.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbTs n> ed th> e poseid act>orasuDespaniiand cofesqugn lyngloc a reas nd de=NU3centts i >hndrrra45erbaliisothafvievcre,inS p> ed th;tbegth ta ld d09< nswags witsspattesksnrratsspisome tf hempA c>tmigeh soltrrratssp> ed th>nrohp iser AonS ptionseo ages. How/vti, ssrotatssp> ed th;tdndqr">Triktensspr Aarrraee3erincrelnhDganizentwa<, ns ypf hempA c>tmibuy nnse hras ; rratsspRu chelnh the e m ti wotssph the e m er< sleepeng. Ts nRu chelnh the e m x>engutshecotsspfpr,> nd dgreat difficuldr anc>mrth o panpan>ng o er< l th me/tssafpr,. Ts n> ed th>regmg anoefmpler Ss inahioold d0ew>tmialiate egs wialiisotharaidecotsspMossup vnmoved >re/tssaroad, anc>desterd w tssaervpr,>eople from, nogehs t nd dtsspvnmoved .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbDumenia S ptionseo ahrom ora Strcnhr"n;, amtun> aonnanc>nSrnotrrlved >tsatboer< oener Atth,>wap>area,he yl meppere wo er< hiree fmpler S punarsecois ed th;tio5g>advprtvedhrfotssptch >whehnnse Ru chelnsmowime eoer< me/tssi >doloceni oanc>begth ta klocnnse ishiree. Whehnnse Ru chelnsmowime ehnd c>nSrno nss ofenSrndmltr istmihelp=nsem. How/vti, ns n> ed th;tihreate ee nse Ru chelnsmowime ebnSuthprevtltee nse egs wia="ltr. Als wers a rifmltr acpe> raslauNU3er oer< c4 td r8e nd dhatrecoanc>loat meg.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbLieute ahenMewivpre gs winse Ru chelnA < desclan w aeasronden n at>m,> ndnArssc>me/aliate easngoes r btAom> ed th>mec>shit h isTdie.dTmd > ed th>f hempA c>tmimmio,unse sticktihTmi/>hanc,iihiprts n 4desgrranSrndmltr isfirmlarclossstmi/>jaw; ihTmi/>agon , th,>> ed th>faire ihTmi/>a hempA. Havltr eyeansi/, th,>> ed th>rip t0mnpahnnse abd"lth rratsspisf nall aklocud>hi bhi nd dtsspiron>m,es rrami/>boo .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbOdishelidjw>hi elranplcou >tsatb ls wernTurk;t thecru conit eocape gs winse vnmoveddrraIhndmecobaen>centrrrabtsatbhe ea/p eyead esand;hrraguDespite;tmdrfvievcre,inplcots ngoes rincb="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbTs r,> er< nS esand;hrradnd ed th>ahiohaple ee nhepaps nSreugh ts ssaroad ,hedr;ecoanc>spatbre/tssacirilss. e/tssaciuseyd c>ofea/fosqug wmils was ab ent25x30pm tr< s/p> , dndhe=NU3 ofe140oc ntim tr<;a"lth rra/vtiy>age, ;plcoeere wbodng eac>pbv thtmark;hrraeapd nd dgun-powdme.="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbA flw edu1nA lo> ed th>girc , toeoork e a ote wphon< op by oi goigth,>> ed thnnrohp ,eoer< calre bofetmdrfosqug fac>mdrbd r8rlstnplcots mTtsibsapfouc>ofeasat>tSun> ed th;tmecodol . Tmitssalieute ahencolontt';tdnsguthentamazethe , th,>> ed th>girc ootarA c>tmilauNU fac>giggle, inslndhorriflee.tTme lieute ahencolontt ea/p evti lste prithe Acots ngirc ogoigth,it i dec nt bhhav tr. Whehns nnplcots ngirc oiSathtssp> ed th;, inclu engtth,it w"lth, oer< gegmentl >mrm,e/pu >tsalnr ahnnse w/ldes3 animac ,eanc>nSathtssit i dec nt anc>shamif0e lauNU3er oa otsdrfost>pbv tht/videnot rthtssit i huthean >an/pbarbar> s, bhnrm, atscil >nSathaplalre r ahnve > ed th>girc of nall aficetalaAcots i >sensddrrashami>an/pclaanAcots hmec>lauNUe becaut8nts hoer< gmev th.="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbAn.m> ed th>cr5lacatCf tun>re tonnzol c4 tan/pnarrsplaotbre/Februdir=20b="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbTs n> ed th;tmeconaire aaTurktsh we Comtmitssawaes.dTSuynmecocentrentts we Co' ehnd t anc>plaotcots nhnd t om tsiToras t hnd<me/aliate ebegth re/Februdir=7.dAccrs engatdets nparpervrte 4dr;, th,>enlithenttenoofetmdra anereeyndivestonncauNU3 anc>strip t0m270oeere wtssse pere woihiprts nb fe ta setisfluth;ol wiToer< ad livis a otsdrrrpuldgrfesstdesnchv tf hempA . Ts noes t , ns n> ed th;tclaanAc, oer< i leas d>whehnnse< aerrnhonSat>I unespstyod asat>oa ogoengaom. Ampler Ss inahiohDganizent Si/>treacs t thtacpr a otsdrenvosttprns n> ed thtrrrhe e ,aiedagodav ev. Tmw s, soltrTurk;toer< fuDespiteohnnse ssr8et .="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbOe/Februdir=12,>soltr> ed th;tmeasushit mrm,etsalnhelninnoservilossups. Ts nRu chelnsmowime eoha attempA c>tmipeasuns se pere wo er< nSreate ee nd dde fe.nMean ti woInimraisonAw aea> ed th>foigsuDespaniialninnoserviTurk. Ts nCf the Ar-in-ohier serv rDd e mgoigth,>eo> Signed or sent.

&nbWhehnaea> ed th>rrrhe ennplcoaea> ed th>suDesp eonSat>h wed coba hang wtgoigSi/>crand, ns nklocurnshodr8e fur thly: "Hiw dfrd youmhang aea> ed th>foigkiocenitaaTurk?" e/aliate , tssp> ed th;tbu a s ers,ns< Turktsh market.tO> Februdir=17, mnd c>nSathtsspervpr,>eople from oraT ld me/tsdra anereeynarea,hmecobaen>tok l >annihllahee.tOhnnse sami> aowhehnA5thdrfvievcreatdehi , anc>asked>hi tdetrssk ers,ns< p bp try oi ofetmi/>horrid ni rrpuldgwas a;Signed or sent.

&nbAthtsspcluboofetmdra anereeynrrrhe e ,aA5wed coba eo> fuocyikepA. WhehnA5Domioi Zeasrwld me/tsdrrigron, tsspturbuehec nme/tsdrcnd hsoltasat>de;reas d. e/tssavnmoved >wss ini ea2grievcrec, tssr Tafthaptcouentos 4nswa ed th;tbegth 45e tf din.dEspecia fstoln25 anc>26>Februdir,ats ntAtala oraa rrpss oer< c45er Ap> <.tOhnnse t=NU3 ora26/27>Februdir,ats n> ed th;tdec iasisth nRu chels,gpebp try Aw arfvievcreaanc>eocaped goiggerroofenSrnTurktsh smowime . Lafst,ritTafthunespstyod nSathtsi dgrievcredmecobaen>bas dyupohTapm thoc>oDganizentanc>plaonAsnme/aTcird lar. Th,>eople from mecobaen>ssreee>me/aTc yl mepplaotbanc>nSeeaklocud>45erbtAtala orasuDesp oc4 td r8e ohnnsatht=NU3 gwahentnsrewonS esand. t afthts n> ed th;tahiobraggee>nsnab enttsspd/tair ooransdrfvievcre.dTmd > ed th of NU3enita dinsla StrTurktsh smowime o er< so flw meptAtala anc>shecrwanssicnhr"n;, goigom at=NU3, anc>pelnaw s.tTme lee enga> ed th; oransdrcrmtun> s crd comeasuprevtltee nsi dgrievcre. How/vti, ns n> ed thoihielrectuac omec>shrree nse sami>r Aas nd dtsspregmg anoeme/tsi dgrievcre, jubelathih als wernoes t .pTme low/i claslg o ld me/tsdr> ed th>crmtun> s measualwaobed w tssaoDd e mora Strlee enga> ed thof Nu e dan/pc4 the Ar;. Als wernrrrhe e orasy>nrohp er< Ru chels. How/vti, als wernenlithentteno er< > ed th;, nssugh ts yualwaobed w ourioDd e , alnssugh wedmeconi Ru chelpsmowime eti opr=t8nts m,iihacaswo n afibloceom occurpid.pTm=t8n> ed thoenlithenttenonevti>attempA c> n asuDesp. Evth re/wernt=NU3 orawerngrievcre, alnssugh 45lynom aRu chelnh the e afthre/gp> dgathtsspbarrssksnwmdrw>tssptionseo ahrom vehic w o er< kepA, nin< ofenSrnTurkthih cha ed thoa anereeytenopelnihiprhundpit .="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbI>rohnit rikteniog/p>/ts nimrarpsaonntsatb ls > ed thoihielrectuac ooer< ac

nss nprts swosuDesp , No, goigtssr Tasr Tpere wo hiohppossstisdr> ed th mgoigsuls amiaons, ssrotatssyhunespstyod nSathitTand coyie coni rrpuld. How/vti, suls pere wo er< rnlsta mins nd . Fuses tmrm,, suls pere wo er< ciser Ap8e tltioip> s nprts r> ed th>caut8. Soltrmeasuse ginglynoppossstisdr> ed thasuDesp obst measusupeo sstisdrfvievcre e e;retl . Solttlre/tssaotr rehanc,iprefe ree nhee granos 4unespstpristh n> ed th>caut8."dTmsa> ed th mmecoapcrnscinSeeaand cofley tnggerroofenSrnTurktsh smowime .="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbHuthe crnscii/>;reaeec> ld entaoflaw, jubelrikteaiprec th jewel. t mes npre granoflaw wss.dTmd > ed th oth asr d als wernclaanshrfoinfa < anc>pebuke mgoigth,>suDespanishrfoTurkthasngoes r bt"Dndqr">TnSrnTurk >rohnSrnsami>t meg>thedesterdsth n> ed ths? OurTd/edsnar< nit meg>bst nhetr/vtledhgoigasat>to5g>plaotbme/tsdrpais."="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbTmd mesnden ;enSathoccurpid rnlstescen lynclerrlsttheafeo> nhetr/ntotcoureoofenSrn> ed thoideology. wmils i/>alreaiy dol Tothabsuuneol . Th,>> ed th mmeasusow w nSrns/edsnor mevoctlbst nses measugoigo r8nntsatbnses ailcauldimabilarreap=nse>wmirlrind."="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbApril 16.mes8,ialiate ="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbA="ltr"Cf the Arnor aliate eae dir="lt

&nbD/vtboynurrigron eanc>Cf the Arnordir="lt

&nbnse>S 1 sd aliate eA anereeynRigrmhe PrisonArnor Wart="ltr">

&nbLieute ahenColontttTo andodleyov.="ltr">>igned or sent.

&nbop;

&nbC/2

&nbD09

4r sent.

&nbo 4

410"psent.

&nbS 1

< 1578"psent.

&nbCf5

1-18"psent.

&nbHold/p> : Th,> hmvi i/>actuaclstnSsnrepo or Lt.-Col. Twandokhltboff. Anit /p>tionse from aprerree me/tsdrmemoie oraJ grl Pashrre/tssaRu chelnh the e.="ltr">

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26Cabin No Lt. CflontttSeyfir sent.p/p>

&nbGegmentoand

.="ltr">S/p>

&nbIslprbul> sent.e developments.

Batu 8n298n22 er sent.e developments.

"Neug oWiegme Tagblatt" - Viegaa, "Peo>er Lloyd" "L retoAnzlig r" Berlin,i"Al tehnHhe elsblat" - Amo>erdam,r"Vakit" Islprbul. measubeyeaclosslargoes rincrgoignwhealekootssp ld d09Arted th; gs wiTurktsh t rip> nss nsreugh Arted t. Alnss>Ar tssis nth; measuelaps dyssrotatsspclerraniiora St t rip> nss ofeorted th>ganr>, measubeyeaobeeraincrth,>/videnot rratsspcrueoing orratssp> ed th; at ed th /vtiyno>ep. Als wernvnmoved >gs wiTiobzd etdealiisothahns gs wialiisothatdealiate efrd wevterd w. Cirilg orraTurksebruk lstanc>crueolarslCinefrd /vtiywmdrw.dAccrs engatdeaccrup> bo-tss inahioolr< ad livis bo-escapengatdemrup>dins, nse fi>slahorrid wmils wertrthehnn gelno an ed th>ganr>ll ptreatee nse pere wo eoctlbst nse pere wogerree nse ie3ervtl /p> rratssp> ed th;.tO>otatssse plaot/>mee beyeat gelno an ed th;, how/vti, ns nfvievcre ebegth.dTSuynclerrlstanr"urote nseit i

/p> rraclerraniiasat>tSuyncalre sssp> ed th anc>istsue, sola ins ptcoaom ityTrand < sttpr tet Austeith anc>Ger Comsmowime eother c>eocaped gs wiRu chelnprisonncamilaanc>c"ltrgs wiied daacoAlexae ArtPautt(Gumru- Led nakan).="ltr">e developments.

TSuynmeasunplcolt how/> ed th>ganr>rguDespite360aTurktsh erisonAr drrawap>ie Ked daacoAlexae Arpothepeasuns pTurk; anc>tsertr lr< clasArted th>ganr>ie seaitr"ns plivis orasoltrrratsspTurktsh erisonAr die Ked . aminiw ie/aliate , anc>asat>I sey ts t rid <. Aed th tssp holspcinsticTwevterd w.dTmd smlocarratsspcirilg os>nll fillortsspair. (Ssore tltfo bo-Ru cheloefrd niw ie/Turktsh hand;). Alnss>Ar tsertrfrd pp 1le fromstnsft>> ed th>ganr>rguDespiteAusteith anc>Ger ComerisonAr da eoloctlIicru conit geh tsspsupeo itr"/videnot ihTthi -regae developments.

Dr.dS>ephthoEshnanier sent.e developments.

Tmi/>ts tssptionslahrom ora Strcn ephthoEshnanie.dTmd orig naleafthwel/p>piteom 23 Mar=34 (mes8) ft>01.30nhp >theCercrr hpp 1upohTis eoDd e mora StrDitdmioi.="ltr">e developments.

Sigtcourer sent.pments.

(Nit clerr)r sent.e developments.

I >m tionsnd r80 ta tsspaddarps8e ? Checke nd dorig nalecopy.dTionsnd atdeaao>ern Deeart the,iSpecia S 1

,dGegmentoDitdmioiy trraPoto o="ltr">Office of the dir="lte developments.

hitia r sent.r">Cabin No (Nit clerr)r sent.e developments.

op;

&nbC/2

&nbD09

-N dir="ltr">Cabin No o 4

:=346dir="ltr">Cabin No S 1

< :. 427 (m385)r="ltr"Sments.

of5

Cabin No Hold/p> : Dr.dEseanieeaft,iiharealin ,eDr.dS>ephthoS>eigme.="ltr">=

DOCUMENT NO: 26
DOCUMENT NO: 20
; 78"p : 79> igned or sent.

&nb30 Jul Tmes8r sent.

&nb45> sent. To HiseHrnourinSrnChair ComofenSrnTurktsh Cf tarsaonr sent.pments.

Kaziwiiedabekic="ltr"> A copymofenSrnwii les rmeievg< serv tpr t>re/Jul T27ebT gwahami>rtlsuand r80 mer by.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbChair ComofenSrnCf tarsaonr sent.pments.

Brig. Geh.="ltr">S/p>

&nbTrakopovr sent.

&nbSe;retdir=: Bektas

&nbop;

&nbC/2

&nbD09

: 11 - 4r sent.

&nbo 4

- 40e 'r sent.

&nbS 1

< 1578"psent.

&nbCf5

, No :=3 - 1r sent.

&nb

&nb27eJul Tmes8r sent.

&nbTohnSrnChair ComofenSrnIe Apenden > ed thoCf tarsaongihTGumrur sent.

&nbPleas oinforwins pTurktsh Cf the ArniSathA5si dervpr,>d/tachthe , hils dndqr">Tobedasy>oDd e manc> tils mevsubeyeadistarsecofe winse > < Ciril,oar< i deecootrrmi4crost vtiy>crueo amiaons>re/tssapere woih/tssaNahdjuvtherigron.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbNcouentlstnSsnTurktsh Cf the Arnkner oiSathtsspCulfa RailroadnareausodesgrraKamirli mes baen>aplerssrotaunespense cr5nsadisp

faire . omy elraanc>tssnGo annthe ar< pos ob/vtiyt meg>phened <>nsadisp

ed thoanc>Islamtcnganr> t rorismeg>tssapere w. measualreaiy inforwecoTurktsh A < CirilaCf the ArnKaziwiiedabekicmofenSrnsituherom. Inwish goigth,>sami>m aiu e dto>beht gelnbboDesp>rigron. Pleas o esa inforwins pTurktsh Cf the ArnofenSrnclas< totweyea> ed th,pTurktsh anc>Tartarad/tachthe nerroKob eseda anc>Eytheshrlopvnmoved . Th,>clasbehinforwecoofenSrntch >artelore tonnas locaasotsspsizta4f>nrohp anc>purpos oofenSrnmo athe ,iihaoDesp>to prevtltenSrnrecurpincdoofesimilap>iesnden ;. othaasiu e youmiSathsuls mesnden ;eanll r">TnSrhericur.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbCf the Arn> < Ciril="ltr">

&nbNazarbekov="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbop;

&nbC/2

&nbD09

: 11 -4r sent.

&nbo 4

40er sent.

&nbS 1

< 1578"psent.

&nbCf5

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26 Wii les r sent.r">Cabin No : 3p dir="le developments.

Gumrur sent.r">Cabin No 20.6.34 (mes8)r sent.e developments.

To HiseExcelrenc

&nbCf the Arnor > ed thoA < Cirilaatai/nakirir sent.e developments.

t mes baen>aerrnhogs winse sk A mhe ;hrraeeliad ed thoReru Tfrew,eanc>nSathsan oar< s>nll beeng>klocud>b ed th>ganr>,>anc>tssi >panpan>ng orlunespmi.="ltr">e developments.

Astpeaotbmes baen>c45elueee>anc>fthts n> ed thoReru greethe nSathitTanll absmoubilarprevtltenSrneo> frni4crofeganr> me/ndtlt rip> nss,ritTi/>esqug rtdiiSathganr> c4 td ri4crcrand> a dinslalossups behdnsarsecoanc>ts=t8n e poseid e developments.

Chair Comofereme ComNego titrom="ltr">

&nbCf tarsaonganc>Cf the Arnor > < Ciril="ltr">

&nbKaziwiiedabekic="ltr">e developments.

op;

&nbC/2

&nbD09

11-4r sent.

&nbo 4

40er sent.

&nbS 1

< 1578"psent.

&nbCf5

DOCUMENT NO: 26

DOCUMENT NO: 20
:=80.p :=81> igned or sent.

&nbreme Com>

&nbo="ltr">Office of the dir="lt

&nbS 1

p <:"psent.

&nbCoeee>meievg<

Office of the .="ltr">S/p>

&nbFe wiBatu r sent.

&nbTohnSrnThunderbol > aw oGl wi of the r sent.

&nb1. Th,>dairste po or nSrn6th A < mes r">Tye>Tbeyearic iasi.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb2./> ed th emecofuDespitesoltr200elossups ieath,>vnmoved >al we eCulfa re/tssa9th A < Fs e wi ta 20.6.34 (mes8), anc>aea> ed th>foicdoofe2.000einfa5600ncfvalrAres rivti>70 km.s, sodeseaisgrraNahcivth, accrs engatdeandnd the lric iasisfe winse eere woor nSathvnmoved.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb3. Thi/>espo <: 6 afthwel/p>pitetsitSrnBatu Telegraph O the gath23.30nh4dr;eoea2 Jurst334 (mes8) tprbtrtionsnd r80 ta tsspo="ltr">Office of the aoeatohnSrnThunderbol > aw oGl wi of the .="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nb2 Jurst1334 (mes8)r sent.

&nbCf the Arnaao>ern A aw oGl wi t="ltr">

&nbEsat="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbChecked: 7/3 3/5.7.34 (mes8)="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbop;

&nbC/2

Cabin No D09

4r sent.

&nbo 4

528"psent.

&nbS 1

< 1050 (2063)r sent.

&nbCf5

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26

&nbaao>ern A aw oGl wi of the p <:"psent.

&nbTprbtrtionse fsc>ihiprFpinch 110"psent.

&nbFe winse Gl wi and

e developments.

TohnSrnChair ComofenSrn> ed thoNe tonntoAssetalsti Batu r sent.e developments.

A ancle 11> > b ed th eanc>nSertionsfArnor > ed thonrohp istohnSrnt rip> nssmofenSrn> ed thoReru tssi >esco toeosr Tserv tprBaku>goigth,>implethe ahrom ora Sis ranvestonnofenSrnTreaey, oer< i eo sslyhunad anc> er< fmio,e>nsa gts a>nsaTif ed thofmio,s,rin>c4op by tonn nd dtsspBolsf=NU3 a dinslaourinrohp ,ebu ameg>tssavnmoved >ieath,>AzerbaidjthoReru esqug rtdiiSathit /p>m aiu e dar< t gelnta sepaenA > ed thofmio,sofe winse BolstionsfArnts mTtsitSrn> ed thoReru s,>anc>eff 1m aiu e dt gelnta seasuMossup eere wofe winse desteu1vievulss ofenSrn> ed th .="ltr">e developments.

Tionse fsc>3.7.34 (mes8)="ltr">e developments.

A="ltr"Cf the Arnaao>ern A aw oGl wi"psent.

&nbGegment"psent.

&nbVehii"psent.e developments.

Ap;

&nbC/2

&nbD09

2"psent.

&nbo 4

3188"psent.

&nbS 1

< 50"psent.

&nbCf5

DOCUMENT NO: 26

DOCUMENT NO: 20
:=82.p : 83> igned or sent.

&nbreme Com> Office of the r sent.

&nbS 1

:"psent.

&nb < :"psent.

&nbCf5fnden int"psent.

&nbCoeee>Meievg< nohohier ofeStarra4ratsdrSOffice of the r sent.

&nbIe/aTcad < Ci the ,ritTi/>sk A diiSathinnric e w s >> ed ths measufuDespiteovti>100alossups ieaiedabaroanc>blosk e th Taf hgoig300,000eMossup> me/tsdrrigron, suDespaniiantenoanc>cnoh gts a>nSuthne

fe wiNahcivthoRigronnnohnSrnNoses aisggoigth,>rant 1Signed or sent.

&nbA dtSrnpand < nofenSrn> ed t-Azerbaidjthob we dir=is r">Tye>Tsola ,ritTi/>c yl mepiSathA ed ths anll annihllaheenSrntok oMossup eople from oraKadabaroihaoDesp>to claanenSrneximp by tvi ihaoDesp>to prnt 1Ar itTi/>r">Tphened <>nsaotrrmrost suls annop by tonn nd dsu thei e fmio,smbhnrm, atsmoubromTi/>f we etsitSrnBakunpand < ,ritTanll be>panpan iransrant 1tch >beeng. Militia tprbtrdispat;<,e unespense rant 1 < mayualsprbtreff 1me/tsdrKadabarorigron.="ltr">Signed or sent.

&nbPee engtgoigyourioDd e . 24 Augutht34 (mes8)r sent.

&nbTodMr Seyfir sent.

&nbEao>ern A aw oGl wi"Cf the Ardir="lt

&nbH it"psent.

&nbop;

&nbC/2

Cabin No D09

dir="ltr">Cabin No o 4

&nbS 1

> :

&nbCf5

..

&nbHold/p> : Ie3ereshrnroiSathtsspTurk o er< ciser Aprnrosee engtnSriroa < to prnt 1Tphliticalryn od comeasubaen>too w nnAr th ie/me92. Th,m, noo,ats n> ed th;tgrievcrecrKadabak d e nden ;ehe aaff 1< e th Tlivis oraovti>doud <>nhAT300,000espogelnoras ts.="ltr">

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26

&nbreme Com>

&nbo="ltr">Office of the dir="lt

&nbS 1

dir="lt

&nb <:"psent.e developments.

Coeee>Meievg<

&nb>Office of the aFe wi3rlo> < Ci the dir="lte developments.

1. Th,>6th A < Fs e afthall quie dumenia S pday.="ltr">e developments.

2./9th A <: A. <>impo ansgmesnden afthe porA c>ieath,>4th A < CirilaFs e p> 5.7.34 (mes8). eforwy tonnric iasisfe winges>Ru chelnh the e manc>twonTurktsh erisonAr drrawap>enlithentteno hiosaire fe wiRumiysuno>th,>eaisern coaisgrn L getRumiysuonna raftTi/>su thris cobalow:"psent.e developments.

On< ofenSrnnges>Ru chelnA < h the e mi/>;hier ofeStarra4raRumiysufmio,s,ratCflontt. Anitarafmitr<;s ... (deco engar">Tclerr). Th,>.Rumiysufmio,smi/>f and4ra6-7 nS esand/> ed th eand/Naisume, squip t0mb oepx Schner Apra anereeynguns, nges>ma;ieath,>fmio,smol T300-sternroanc>nSrnit /p>700-sternr. Th,>regranengtfmio,smar< f andwiToraganr> anc>ir gg lar . Th,r< ar< a tok oofe206>Ru chelnh the e manc>enlithenttenome/Rumiys. Rif aonni/>abundansgbst a anereeynamtun> aonnlind mi.="ltr">e developments.

Accrs engatdesk A mhe ;hbo-Ru chelnh the e ,a> ed th>Naisume,smbruk lstanc>crueolarfuDespitesoltr7,000eMossup w"lth, ;plcoeere wome/Dil Comfac>sonAT3000ein/Rumiys.="ltr">e developments.

A ed th>h the e mar< goenga/vtiywhere, calrengaoea> ed ths nprt getwp arps Th,>> ed ths anll cr5bstnSsnBr> ash, ns y seid.="ltr">e developments.

B. AT30-40 ssrrnroA ed th>d/tachthe ein/th>effo tdeadvprotbme/tsdr223nRigrmhe oRigronnofenSrnFi>slaCeucashelnA < CirilaFs e p> 6 Jurst1334 (mes8) oer< i euls d>wnd dcasualtie .="ltr">e developments.

Oea2 Jurst34 (mes8) tsdr2e eCeucashoe/DivestonnafthrDespitetdepus< tssk A ed th>ganr> me/tsdrSerdedabde developments.

Thi/>Rspo < :=311nafthsuand r80 no>th,>3rlo> < Ci the .="ltr">e developments.

Fuses t,ritTafthwel/p>pitetsitSrnBaturn Telegraph O the gath08.00nhp >onn8 Jurst34 (mes8) tprbtrtionsnd r80 ta tsspo="ltr">Office of the aanc>nohnSrnThunderbol > aw oGl wi of the .="ltr">e developments.

aao>ern A aw oGl widir="lt

&nbA="ltr"Cf the Ardir="lt

&nbEsat="ltr">e developments.

10.7.34 (mes8)="ltr">e developments.

op;

&nbC/2

Cabin No D09

528"psent.

&nbo 4

1050 (2069)r sent.

&nbCf5

1-16dir="ltp

DOCUMENT NO: 26
DOCUMENT NO: 20
:=84tp : 85> /p>

&nbMinrstbymofeD/feacedir="lt

&nbDepae the ofePu

&nbCopymofenSrnLe r8rp

&nbMinrstbymofeIe3erioigtohnSrnMinrstbymofeD/feacedir="lt

&nbAeameveshrge ton anc>sura yootrriec>bstnSsnDrstbhct>Go annoigof Yusu eliorigas engatSsncrueo anc>bruk acpe>b ed th enswaof HontnoigVnmoved, accrmpaniec>bstmi/>ganr>of 30oa ehs,m, measucrueolarfuDespite36 eere wofe wiYusu eli, anc>150apere wofe wiIspir. Lafst,rin>clasanc>15n ode td. Aif t>rapengasan oantenofe wiDemnurkot,iVtsi/, Netmah,pTuhki>anc>it /p>vnmoved >ieath,>rigronnh Tanc>mi/>ganr>measugre tmiBatu he aaccrs engatdeanle r8rpe c iasisfe winse aliate ePanvencia aumhs nd atdw s, ts yuar< s>nll t /pw. tTi/>esqug rtdiiSath20 copnssmofeSis rhotograph shod coba she ehe am aiu e dt gelnta capoure>hi . Pleas onoAifyou >or nSdrripulddir="lt

&nbCan>nflee nrue copyr sent.

&nb23iSeptetala 34 (mes8)r sent.

&nbAp;

&nbC/2

&nbD09

2"psent.

&nbo 4

3190"psent.

&nbS 1

< 64r sent.

&nbCf5

 

DOCUMENT NO: 26

&nbMaptia Law Militdir=Codrtr sent.

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