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Greenwood Publishing Group. On the night of April 24, , the brightest representatives of the Armenian intellectual elite of Constantinople, including writers, musicians, politicians, and scientists were arrested and brutally massacred. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Retrieved 31 January New York: Alfred A Knopf. New York: Avon Books. See Rosen, Ruth. San Francisco Chronicle. Archived from the original PDF on 11 October Retrieved 16 December From empire to republic: Turkish nationalism and the Armenian genocide. Zed Books.
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Saib would supply the lists of the victims who were then picked up by the Turkish women employed in the schools. In the mezzanine of one of the schools, there was a tiled room purporting to be a steam chamber islim. The Turkish women would escort groups of infants to that room for a steam bath. But one day we heard cries that abruptly ceased and were followed by a deathly silence. We then paid closer attention to what was happening. The baskets at the door of the "disinfection" hall told everything. Holocaust and Genocide Studies , 11 1 , , pp.
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Of the 38, who were wounded, 20, were men, 10, women, 5, young girls, and 3, children. Instances of mass rape, murder and violence were also reported against the Armenian populace of Kars and Alexandropol: See Vahakn Dadrian. New York: Berghahn Books, pp. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. London: Gomidas Institute Sterndale Classics.
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