05 Laws - Confiscation
[This is a long document. Please consult the index for full information]Regarding the 7-item law of 22 April 1922, about the abandoned properties belonging to the Armenians.
The law stating that the citizenship of those persons who did not participate in the Natiional Struggle would not be accepted.
Regarding the 7-item law of 22 April 1922, about the abandoned properties belonging to the Armenians.
The instructions given by the Governor-General of the Cilicia Occupied Territory, Colonel Bremond, on 3 April 1919, stating that the fixed assets of Armenians that were seized by the Ziraat Bank had to be returned.
The article published in the La Renaissance newspaper on 14 December 1918, narrating the evolution and development processes of the CUP's plans to annihilate the Armenians.
The draft of a law regarding the fixed assets of the deported Armenians, and how Cemal Azmi Bey transferred the valuable properties of the Armenians in Trabzon to his own charge.
The notice presented by Ismet Pasha at the Lausanne Conference, regarding the return of the Armenians and the issue of general amnesty.
The decision of the Exceptional Military Tribunal on 8 April 1919, regarding the CUP members held responsible for the deportation and massacres of the Armenians.[This is a long document. Please consult the index for full information]