And though I did not want to refer to origins in this part of the book, it would not be extra to refer to well-known Soviet historian, great specialist in Renaissance history and culture, a corresponding member of the Armenian Academy of sciences, author of many books on history of (the so-called "West Armenia" Aicxci Karpovich Dzhivclegov who wrote: "Since 1982 to 1912 Armenian population of Great Armenia left for the neighboring countries, 612 thousand in number."
From 1893 the Armenian armed uprisings took place in Turkey as a chair reaction. March 1893 - powerful upraise in Ankara and environs September 1984 - organized upraise and massacre of peaceable population in Akhisar (September-October), in Trabzon (October), Billis (October), Erzurum (October), Arabkir (November), Diyarbekir (November), Malat (November), Marash (November), Kaiseri (November) and in other regions.
Armenian nationalists-bandits like Andranik were at the head of these actions. A typical feature was the fact that Armenian fighting men were armed with firearms, artillery and grenades but the population defended themselves with pitchforks, spades and cudgels. We should mention that the European countries having violent desire to destroy Turkey still disapproved the policy of gnchakists who had set themselves as an objects to murder the peaceable population and to slab the country in the back which had sheltered them.
Sokolsky writes in "The Essays on Modern Turkey" that the number of Armenians living in Turkey was 1.285.000 in 1915. After the Armenian - Turkish, Armenian - Georgian and Armenian - Azerbaijani wars unleashed by leaders of "the Ganchak" and "Dashnaktsutyun" on the Turkey territory only about 380.000, survived 600.000 have emigrated to Egypt and Syria, India and Pakistan, England and France, Australia and Indonesia, the USA and Canada, Ethiopia and Mexico, Cyprus, Italy, Romania and many other countries. The deported part of Armenians lo the inland of Mesopotamia numbered 100.000 of persons. The rest part was killed during the above-mentioned wars. Nothing else is left but to guess how the so-called "genocide" annihilated 2 million of Armenians.
There was not "armenian genocide", but there was and is still on a genocide carried out by Armenian terrorists.