TITLE

ERMENİ TERÖRÜ KARŞISINDA AVRUPA DEVLETLERİNİN TUTUMLARI

AUTHOR(S)
Şimşir, Bilâl N.
PUB. DATE
September 2010
SOURCE
Ermeni Arastirmalari;2010, Issue 37, p83
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the following article, the issue of Armenian terror is dealt with. While addressing the stances of European states towards the Armenian terror, these stances and incidents of terror have been covered under two headings of "Instances of Armenian Terror in the Pre- Republican Period" and "Armenia Assassinations of Turkish Diplomats and European States". Moreover, the continuity of Armenian terror towards Turks and the stances of European states towards this terror have both been documented.
ACCESSION #
60981869

 

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