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28 August 2014
The Armenian Legion
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Draft of a report produced by Albert Lybyer, including handwritten notes, giving a range of population estimates for a new Armenian state, using different territorial proposals.
Lybyer, Albert Howe, 1876-1949
Armenia -- Population -- Statistics
World War, 1914-1918 -- Territorial questions -- Armenia -- Sources
ID Record series 15/13/22, Box 17: King-Crane Commission (May-August 1919)
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27 August 2014
A friendly explanation to readers regarding this compilation of historical complexities:
A few weeks ago, I reread my earlier reading before year 2005, with quotes from some twenty two books, which very few would read to have bits of knowledge from neutral sources on “genocide” allegations. This early study posted in 2005, titled “About Armenian Allegations” despite my separate distributions still stands unnoticed particularly in Turkey. Of course, since then several others “neutral or Armenian sourced” books have been marked and added in my library. I was thinking to expand the earlier study with the many new additions (and surprisingly all exposing the distortions and fakeries still going on), and by this time below book was made available for reading. Since it covered a very short bracket of time, and I had already taken excerpts from the book “Paris 1919” by Margaret MacMillan (granddaughter of Lloyd George), I hesitated to really go into it.
I do not know how many readers by chance, understands that I am a “strange idealist to defend truth”. Some thought that “I was another propagandist and liar”, and more sadly even in my country, when a Turkish Armenian living abroad tried to get some reference on me (without looking on the internet), he wrote to me: . . .