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100,000 survivors

In December 1915 the “New York Times” reported that a million Armenians had already perished, and German sources later in the war spoke of just 100,000 survivors still living under Turkish rule.

In December 1915 the “New York Times” reported that a million Armenians had already perished, and German sources later in the war spoke of just 100,000 survivors still living under Turkish rule.

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