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Erickson, Edward J., 1950-
Ottomans and Armenians : a study in counterinsurgency / Edward J. Erickson
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
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Location Call Number Status
 Armenian Research Center  DS194 .E75    CALL 593-5181
Subject(s) Armenian question
Armenians -- Turkey -- History -- 19th century
Armenians -- Turkey -- History -- 20th century
Insurgency -- Turkey -- History -- 19th century
Insurgency -- Turkey -- History -- 20th century
Armenians -- Relocation -- Turkey -- History
Subject Turkey -- History -- 1842-1918
Physical Description xiii, 299 pages : maps, charts ; 23 cm
Note ACCESS: May only be used at the Armenian Research Center ; please call 313 593-5181 for Center hours
Machine generated contents note: -- Introduction -- 1. Insurgency by Committee -- 2. Counterinsurgency in the Empire's Core -- 3. Counterinsurgency in the Periphery -- 4. A Template for Destruction -- 5. Invisible Armies -- 6. Readiness for War -- 7. Irregular War in Caucasia and in the Levant -- 8. Enemies Within -- 9. A New Course of Action -- 10. Aftermath
Summary "This is a military history of Armenian insurrection in the Ottoman Empire from 1890-1915 and the evolution of an Ottoman counterinsurgency response. It describes the growth and activities of the Armenian revolutionary committees in the context of empire-wide insurgency. At the beginning of the First World War, the Ottoman government believed that the Armenian revolutionary committees directly threatened the empire's military lines of communications which were weakened by the concentration of the Ottoman army on the front lines away from the empire's core areas. In 1915, the Ottoman government pursued a counterinsurgency campaign against the Armenian revolutionary committees from a position of constrained resources, resulting in a strategy of population relocation explicitly designed to separate insurgents from a base of support in a narrowly defined area. Using archival sources, the book establishes a comprehensive framework for understanding why the Ottoman state relocated the Armenian population of six Anatolian provinces in 1915 but did not relocate Armenians living elsewhere in the empire"-- Provided by publisher
Series Armenian Research Center collection

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