[1] The word “Turk” is here used as equivalent to “Turkish-speaking”; but of course only a fraction of the present Turkish-speaking population in the Ottoman Empire is Turkish by descent. The rest are older native elements, forcibly assimilated by the handful of Turkish conquerors from Central Asia.

[2] See British Official Publication: “The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire” (Misc. 31, 1916.)

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