Dr. James L. Barton to Admiral Mark L. Bristol (1921)

2017-12-11T03:04:01+00:00

Dr. Barton's reply to Ambassador Bristol. Dr. Barton talks about the Armenian lobby in the United States and their claims, which he believes are far from reality. Source: U.S. Library of Congress: 'Bristol Papers' General Correspondence Container #34. THE REPLY American Board of Commissioners For Foreign Missions Admiral Mark L. Bristol United States High Commissioner Constantinople, [...]

Dr. James L. Barton to Admiral Mark L. Bristol (1921) 2017-12-11T03:04:01+00:00

Admiral Mark L. Bristol to Dr. James L. Barton (1921)

2017-12-11T02:58:30+00:00

Rear Admiral Mark L. Bristol was the U.S. High Commissioner and then the first U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Turkey between the years of 1920 and 1926. Below is his letter, dated 28 March 1921, to Dr. James L. Barton of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. As a U.S. diplomat living in [...]

Admiral Mark L. Bristol to Dr. James L. Barton (1921) 2017-12-11T02:58:30+00:00

Boghos Nubar Pasha to The Times of London (1919)

2017-12-11T02:59:55+00:00

Boghos Nubar Pasha was the leader of the Armenian delegation in attendance at the Paris Peace Conference after World War I. In his letter to The Times of London, dated 30 January 1919, he openly acknowledges that it was the Armenian contributions to the allied war effort which led to their mistreatment by the Ottoman authorities. [...]

Boghos Nubar Pasha to The Times of London (1919) 2017-12-11T02:59:55+00:00

British Consul R.W. Graves to Sir P. Currie

2017-12-11T03:00:13+00:00

British Consul to Erzurum, R.W. Graves, talks about the three separate Armenian parties in his letter to Sir P. Currie, dated 28 January 1895. This letter reflects the beginnings of the activities of the Armenian revolutionary parties in Eastern Anatolia. No. 381 Consul Graves to Sir P. Currie ERZEROUM, January 28, 1895 (Received at the Foreign [...]

British Consul R.W. Graves to Sir P. Currie 2017-12-11T03:00:13+00:00

Dr. James L. Barton to Admiral Mark L. Bristol (1921)

2017-10-04T23:09:57+00:00

Dr. Barton's reply to Ambassador Bristol. Dr. Barton talks about the Armenian lobby in the United States and their claims, which he believes are far from reality. Source: U.S. Library of Congress: 'Bristol Papers' General Correspondence Container #34. THE REPLY American Board of Commissioners For Foreign Missions Admiral Mark L. Bristol United States High Commissioner Constantinople, [...]

Dr. James L. Barton to Admiral Mark L. Bristol (1921) 2017-10-04T23:09:57+00:00

Admiral Mark L. Bristol to Dr. James L. Barton (1921)

2017-10-04T23:07:50+00:00

Rear Admiral Mark L. Bristol was the U.S. High Commissioner and then the first U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Turkey between the years of 1920 and 1926. Below is his letter, dated 28 March 1921, to Dr. James L. Barton of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. As a U.S. diplomat living in [...]

Admiral Mark L. Bristol to Dr. James L. Barton (1921) 2017-10-04T23:07:50+00:00

Boghos Nubar Pasha to The Times of London (1919)

2017-10-04T23:05:32+00:00

Boghos Nubar Pasha was the leader of the Armenian delegation in attendance at the Paris Peace Conference after World War I. In his letter to The Times of London, dated 30 January 1919, he openly acknowledges that it was the Armenian contributions to the allied war effort which led to their mistreatment by the Ottoman authorities. [...]

Boghos Nubar Pasha to The Times of London (1919) 2017-10-04T23:05:32+00:00

British Consul R.W. Graves to Sir P. Currie

2017-10-04T23:29:45+00:00

British Consul to Erzurum, R.W. Graves, talks about the three separate Armenian parties in his letter to Sir P. Currie, dated 28 January 1895. This letter reflects the beginnings of the activities of the Armenian revolutionary parties in Eastern Anatolia. No. 381 Consul Graves to Sir P. Currie ERZEROUM, January 28, 1895 (Received at the Foreign [...]

British Consul R.W. Graves to Sir P. Currie 2017-10-04T23:29:45+00:00