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Russian, Armenian, Assyrian, Assyro-Chaldean and Turkish refugees.

League of Nations. Assembly. Sixth Committee.

Russian, Armenian, Assyrian, Assyro-Chaldean and Turkish refugees.

Report of the Sixth committee to the Assembly.

by League of Nations. Assembly. Sixth Committee.

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Published by Imp. Kundig in [Geneva] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political refugees.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRapporteur: Mrs. Hamilton (British Empire)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15422949M

    Work of the High Commission for Refugees: a) Russian Refugees and B) Bulgarian Inhabitants Expelled from Western Thrace; Russian, Armenian, Assyrian, Assyro-Chaldean and Turkish Refugees. Geneva: N.p., Book One of a Series of Textbooks Specially Prepared for Study Circles. London: League of Nations Union, ASSYRIANS IN IRAN. i. The Assyrian community (Āšūrīān) in Iran. The term “Assyrian.” Assyrians (Āšūrīs) is the term for the modern, East Syrian Christian communities in Iran. The ancient name “Assyrian,” derived from that of the god Aššur, designated the Semitic population of north Mesopotamia and their capital city.

    The Assyrian independence (also known as the Assyrian Question) is a political movement and ideology that supports the creation of an Assyrian state or an autonomy for the Syriac-speaking Christian Assyrian people in northern Iraq.. The issue of Assyrian independence has been brought up many times throughout the course of history from the end of World War I to the present-day Iraq War. The scheme shall contain full safe-guards for the protection of the Assyro-Chaldean and other racial and religious minorities within those areas, and with this object a Commission composed of British, French, Italian, and Turkish representatives shall visit the spot to examine what rectification, if any, should be made in the Turkish frontier.

    ASSYRIANS IN IRAQ once you lock a church into a single ethnicity, you end that church. My church and the church of the Assyrians are one church. If I come today and state that this is an Assyrian church or a Chaldean church, I am in effect terminating this church. In our history, our church did. In Frēdon Ātōrāyā, a Russian Assyrian of Iranian origin (the first of several Assyrian migrations to Russia had occurred in ; see Macuch, pp. , , ) was publishing Nāqōšā (Stroke of the clock) in Tiflis. In an article “Who are the Syrians and how shall we raise our nation,” he wrote: “The Syrians are the sons of.


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1 and 2 () (Belmont, MA: National Association for Armenian Studies and Research Armenian Heritage Press, ), pages. The Assyrian genocide (Syriac: ܩܛܠܥܡܐ ܣܘܪܝܝܐ ‎, romanized: Qṭālʿammā Sūryāyā), also known as Sayfo or Seyfo (ܣܝܦܐ, literally meaning "sword"; see below) was the mass slaughter of the Assyrian population of the Ottoman Empire and those in neighbouring Persia by Ottoman troops during the First World War, in conjunction with the Armenian and Greek : ,–, (see death toll section below).

Did Greek Muslims suffer discrimination or persecution in the years from. Report of the Advisory Commission to the High Commissioner for Russian, Armenian, Assyrian, Assyro-Chaldean and Turkish Refugees (). I haven't look at it, but from its title I would guess that it covers Turkish refugees briefly, and does little to cover.

Report of the Governing body for the year ending June 30th,on the Russian, Armenian, Assyrian, Assyro-Chaldean, Saar and Turkish refugee problems.

Appears in 11 books from Page 17 - Nansen International Office for Refugees: Report of the Governing Body for the Year ending J (Document A. Assyria is the homeland of the Assyrian people; it is located in the ancient Near East. In prehistoric times, the region that was to become known as Assyria (and Subartu) was home to Neanderthals such as the remains of those which have been found at the Shanidar earliest Neolithic sites in Assyria belonged to the Jarmo culture c.

BC and Tell Hassuna, the centre of the Hassuna Iraq: ,–, Reports covered Russian, Armenian, Assyrian, Assyro-Chaldean and Turkish Refugees between andthe future organisation of refugee work (), the Inter-governmental Advisory Commission for Refugees ( and ), International Assistance to Refugees (, ), and the Nansen International Office for Refugees (, ).

Fridtjof Nansen Biographical F ridtjof Nansen (Octo ) was born at Store Frøen, near Oslo. His father, a prosperous lawyer, was a religious man with a clear conception of personal duty and moral principle; his mother was a strongminded, athletic woman who introduced her children to outdoor life and encouraged them to develop physical skills.

The Assyrian struggle for Independence was waged by the Assyrian Patriarch and the chiefs (Assyrian: malik) of the Assyrians between andwith later assistance from the British Empire, against the Ottoman Empire, the Soviet Union, the Persian Empire, the Kingdom of Iraq, the French Mandate of Syria, and the British Mandate of Mesopotamia.

As Austen Henry Layard, the British Empire's. The Chaldean genocide (also known as Sayfo or Seyfo, Syriac: ܩܛܠܐ ܕܥܡܐ ܣܘܪܝܝܐ or ܣܝܦܐ) refers to the mass slaughter of the Chaldean population of the Ottoman Empire during the First World War, in conjunction with the Armenian and Greek genocides.

The Chaldean civilian population of upper Mesopotamia (the Tur Abdin region, the Hakkâri, Van, and Siirt provinces of present-day Attack type: Deportation, mass murder, etc.

It left the Assyrian country, except a very small area, within the Turkish frontier, and the Turks will not have the Assyrians back; it left o Assyrians without homes in Iraq; and left Great Britain and Iraq with an insoluble problem. The story of the Assyrians from now on makes depressing reading, culminating in the present situation.

The Assyrian genocide (also known as Sayfo or Seyfo) refers to the mass slaughter of the Assyrian population of the Ottoman Empire during the s and the First World War, in conjunction with the Armenian and Greek genocides.

Quotes []. The ethnic and religious balance that could have contributed to the well being of all the inhabitants of northern Mesopotamia was terminated because their. group turned up calling itself the Assyro-Chaldean delegation, claiming authority to speak for what they called the ‘Assyro-Chaldean nation’.

To complicate matters, other Assyrian groups turned up, one claiming to speak for the Assyrians of Persia, another for the Assyrians of Transcaucasia (Gaunt ). All told, these rival delegates. The Assyrian genocide (Syriac: ܩܛܠܥܡܐ ܣܘܪܝܝܐ ‎, romanized: Qṭālʿammā Sūryāyā), also known as Sayfo or Seyfo (ܣܝܦܐ, literally meaning "sword"; see below) was the mass slaughter of the Assyrian population of the Ottoman Empire and those in neighbouring Persia by Ottoman troops during the First World War, in conjunction with the Armenian and Greek genocides.

In the nine-year life of this Office, Nansen ministered to hundreds of thousands of refugees – Russian, Turkish, Armenian, Assyrian, Assyro-Chaldean – utilizing the methods that were to become classic: custodial care, repatriation, rehabilitation, resettlement, emigration, integration.

The Assyrian genocide took place in the same context and time-period as the Armenian and Greek genocides. Contemporary sources usually speak of the events in terms of an Assyrian genocide, along with the Armenian genocide and Greek genocide by the Ottoman Empire, listing the Greek Orthodox, Syriac Christian and Armenian Christian victims together.

In the nine-year life of this Office, Nansen ministered to hundreds of thousands of refugees - Russian,Turkish, Armenian, Assyrian, Assyro-Chaldean - utilizing the methods that were to become classic: custodial care, repatriation, rehabilitation, resettlement, emigration, integration. Of a total of villages in the region, 60 had exclusively Assyrian population, and another 60 had a mixed Assyrian, Azari Turkish, 3 and/or Armenian population.

4 The total number of Assyrians in the region, at the turn of the century, was estimated between thousand most of who lived in villages. 5 The Assyrian population of the town. Fridtjof Nansen (Octo ) was born at Store Frøen, near Oslo.

His father, a prosperous lawyer, was a religious man with a clear conception of personal duty and moral principle; his mother was a strongminded, athletic woman who introduced her children to outdoor life and encouraged them to develop physical skills."Part Two General Provisions, Article 1 A, para.

1" published on by Oxford University Press."And Assyrian" was removed from the title by the British Secretary for Foreign Affairs, James Bryce, co-founder of the English-Armenian Society, when the book was published in late The French translation presented at the Paris Peace Conference in further eliminated mention of the Assyrians by the removal of the pages that.