Armenian Casualties during World War I
Lambert M. SurhoneISBN: 978-3-6399-9747-7;
Armenian casualties during World War I covers the Armenian casualties beginning with 1914 to 1922 when the Democratic Republic of Armenia becomes part of Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic. There is no direct estimate on how many Armenians lived before 1914.Different sources gives different numbers. Bayur wrote: "800,000 Armenians died as a result of deportations or died in labor brigades." Yusuf Halacoglu an estimates that 40 thousand casualties had been registered during relocation which he claims only half a million Armenians were effected. The statistics published by the near-east relief comes under Democratic Republic of Armenia. The government of Hovhannes Kachaznuni, was responsible for over half a million Armenian refugees in the Caucasus. A report in early 1919 noted that the lives had been claimed of: 65% of the population of Sardarabad, 40% of the population of eight villages near...
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