Arshak Djamalian

Arshak Djamalian

Arshak Djamalian (Yelizavetpol (Gandja) 1882 – Paris 1940) Educated locally and at Echmiadzin seminary. Joined Dashnak party. Took part in Armeno–Tatar conflict; jailed for 7

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Aram Manukian

Aram Manukian

Aram Manukian (Segei Hovhanessian) (Zeiva, nr Ghapan, Zangezur 1879 — Yerevan 1919) Educated Shushi and Yerevan. Leading Dashnaktsakan. To Baku in 1901 to organize the

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Andranik Ozanian

Andranik Ozanian

Andranik Ozanian – General Andranik (25 February 1865 – 31 August 1927) was an Armenian military commander and leader. Andranik Ozanian was born on 25 February

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Count Mikhail Loris-Melikov

Count Mikhail Loris-Melikov

Count Mikhail Loris-Melikov – Միքայել Լորիս-Մելիքյան (1824-1888) – Russian-Armenian statesman, General of the Cavalry, and Adjutant General of H. I. M. Retinue. Loris-Melikov is the

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Ivan (Hovhannes) Baghramyan

Ivan (Hovhannes) Baghramyan

Ivan (Hovhannes) Baghramyan (1897 – 1982), was a Soviet military commander and Marshal of the Soviet Union of Armenian origin. Hovhannes Baghramyan (Hovhannes Khachaturi Baghramyan)

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Akhalkalak District

AKHALKALAK DISTRICT IN THE LAST DECADES OF THE 19TH CENTURY AND IN THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY The Demographic Movements Observed in the Akhalkalak District –

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Gugark Samtskhe-Javakhk

Samtskhe-Javakhk

JAVAKHK DURING THE ANCIENT PERIOD AND IN THE MIDDLE AGES Gugark (Գուգարք) – was the thirteenth of the fifteen provinces of Metz Hayk (Armenia Maior) Kingdom of

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Drastamat Kanayan Dro

Drastamat Kanayan – Dro

Drastamat Kanayan Dro (Igdir 1884 – Boston 1956) Educated Yerevan Gymnasium. Attended military school. Joined Dashnak party. Very active in 1903-1905; with others assassinated Prince

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LEO- Arakel-Babakhanian

LEO – ARAKEL BABAKHANIAN

LEO (ARAKEL BABAKHANIAN) (Shushi 1860 – Yerevan 1935) Received patchy education, but read very widely; soon he started writing historical and political articles. LEO Wrote

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