19 August 2014

3382) Settlement of Armenian Refugees -Syria &Lebanon, 1915-1939

T. H. Greenshields, 1978

Abstract
This thesis investigates the settlement of Armenian refugees in Syria and Lebanon between 1915 and 1939. The topic was conceived not so much as a refugee study but as a study of the processes of minority settlement in the Middle East., for while the importance of the ethnic mosaic pattern in the area has long been recognised, there have been few studies of the processes involved in the evolution of this pattern. A study of the processes of Armenian settlement would enable an assessment of the relative significance of ethnicity, economic status and political manipulation in determining the settlement pattern as well as test the writer's assumption of the interdependence of these constraints. While for purposes of analysis the principal constraints on settlement were investigated separately, and regional and urban patterns were differentiated, the object of the study was not to test individually the significan I ce of the various constraints discussed, but to construct an overall picture of the processes in operation against which their significance could ultimately be tested. The study reveals that while economic and social constraints acted powerfully to inhibit dispersal and maintain concentrationg political manipulation was less significant. In all respects, however, social, economic and Political constraints were interdependent and their principal effect was to maintain a self-perpetuating process of concentration and segregation,
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12 August 2014

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3381) Video: Zurich Protocol & other endeavours to normalise relations between Turkey & Armenia by Dr Andrew Mango


This is the sixth conference in the memory of 34 Turkish diplomats and other victims who were murdered by various Armenian terrorist groups between 1973 and 1995, organised by FTA UK with the aim of creating mutual understanding and to discuss issues concerning Turkish-Armenian relations both recent and historic on an academic platform. Chair: Dr Andrew Mango " "Zurich Protocol and other endeavours to normalise relations between Turkey and Armenia". Guest Speakers: Prof Tadeusz Swietochowski "Ethnic Conflict and Political Awakening in Azerbaijan in 1905-1907 Revolution", Dr Pat Walsh: "The events of 1915 in Eastern Anatolia in the context of Britain's Great War on the Ottoman Empire", Mr Maxime Gauin "Armenian Terrorism and Propaganda since 1972".

Venue: LSE,
Date: 15 March 2013



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3380) Video: 1915 Events in Eastern Anatolia in context of Britain's Great War on Ottoman Empire by Dr Pat Walsh

This is the sixth conference in the memory of 34 Turkish diplomats and other victims who were murdered by various Armenian terrorist groups between 1973 and 1995, organised by FTA UK with the aim of creating mutual understanding and to discuss issues concerning Turkish-Armenian relations both recent and historic on an academic platform. Chair: Dr Andrew Mango " "Zurich Protocol and other endeavours to normalise relations between Turkey and Armenia". Guest Speakers: Prof Tadeusz Swietochowski "Ethnic Conflict and Political Awakening in Azerbaijan in 1905-1907 Revolution", Dr Pat Walsh: "The events of 1915 in Eastern Anatolia in the context of Britain's Great War on the Ottoman Empire", Mr Maxime Gauin "Armenian Terrorism and Propaganda since 1972".
Venue: LSE,
15 March 2013



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