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    GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS.

    The Ottoman Government did its utmost to prevent the news of what it was doing to the Armenians from leaking through to the outer world. A stringent censorship was established at all the frontiers, private communication was severed between Constantinople and the provinces, and the provinces themselves were isolated from one another. Nearly all our information has been obtained from witnesses who succeeded in making their way out of Turkey after the massacres and deportations had occurred, and who wrote down their experiences after reaching America or Europe. The evidence of these witnesses is first-hand, but it is mostly confined to the particular region in which each witness happened to reside, and it has therefore been grouped in this collection province by province, in geographical order. We possess, however, certain general accounts which reached Europe and America at an earlier date, for the most part, than the individual narratives, and they are printed here in advance of the rest---partly for the chronological reason, and partly because they give a broad survey of what happened, which may impress the general features upon the reader before he approaches the detailed testimony of the sections that follow.

    In contrast to the bulk of our evidence, the majority of these preliminary documents give their information at second-hand ; but practically every statement they make is more than borne out in detail by the first-hand witnesses, and this is particularly the case with the more startling and appalling of the facts they record.

    The most interesting document in this section is No. 12, which was compiled from German sources, published in a German journal, and immediately suppressed by the German Censorship.

    1. DESPATCH(8) FROM MR. HENRY WOOD, CORRESPONDENT OF THE AMERICAN "UNITED PRESS" AT CONSTANTINOPLE ; PUBLISHED IN THE AMERICAN PRESS, 14th AUGUST, 1915.

    So critical is the situation that Ambassador Morgenthau, who alone is fighting to prevent wholesale slaughter, has felt obliged to ask the co-operation of the Ambassadors of Turkey's two Allies. They have been successful to the extent of securing definite promises from the leading members of the Young Turk Government that no orders will be given for massacres. The critical moment for the Armenians, however, will come, it is feared, when the Turks may meet with serious reverses in the Dardanelles or when the Armenians themselves, who not only are in open revolt but are actually in possession of Van and several other important towns, may meet with fresh successes. It is this uprising of the Armenians who are seeking to establish an independent government that the Turks declare is alone responsible for the terrible measures now being taken against them(9). In the meantime, the position of the Armenians and the system of deportation, dispersion, and extermination that is being carried out against them beggars all description.

    Although the present renewal of the Armenian atrocities has been under way for three months, it is only just now that reports creeping into Constantinople from the remotest points of the interior show that absolutely no portion of the Armenian population has been spared. It now appears that the order for the present cruelties was issued in the early part of May, and was at once put into execution with all the extreme genius of the Turkish police system---the one department of government for which the Turks have ever shown the greatest aptitude, both in organisation and administration. At that time sealed orders were sent to the police of the entire Empire. These were to be opened on a specified date that would ensure the orders being in the hands of every department at the moment they were to be opened. Once opened, they provided for. a simultaneous descent at practically the same moment on the Armenian population of the entire Empire.

    At Broussa, in Asiatic Turkey, the city which it is expected the Turks will select for their capital in the event of Constantinople falling, I investigated personally the manner in which these orders were carried out(10). From eye-witnesses in other towns from the interior I found that the execution of them was everywhere identical. At midnight, the police authorities swooped down on the homes of all Armenians whose names had been put on the proscribed list sent out from Constantinople. The men were at once placed under arrest, and then the houses were searched for papers which might implicate them either in the present revolutionary movement of the Armenians on the frontier or In plots against the Government which the Turks declare exist. In this search, carpets were torn from the floors, draperies stripped from the walls, and even the children turned out of their beds and cradles in order that the mattresses and coverings might be searched.

    Following this search, the men were then carried away, and at once there began the carrying out of the system of deportation and dispersion which has been the cruellest feature of the present anti-Armenian wave. The younger men for the most part were at once drafted into the Army. On the authority of men whose names would be known in both America and Europe if I dared mention them, I am told that hundreds if not thousands of these were sent at once to the front ranks at the Dardanelles, where death in a very short space of time is almost a certainty. The older men were then deported into the interior, while the women and children, when not carried off in an opposite direction, were left to shift for themselves as best they could. The terrible feature of this deportation up to date is that it has been carried out on such a basis as to render it practically impossible in thousands of cases that these families can ever again be reunited. Not only wives and husbands, brothers and sisters, but even mothers and their little children have been dispersed in such a manner as to preclude practically all I hope that they will ever see each other again.

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    Which would be considered an act of genocide according to the UN's definition?

    preventing members of a group from having children

    having to wear an armband for identification

    being banned from public places

    losing citizenship

    preventing members of a group from having children

    Because one million children were orphaned, child-headed households were a result of the genocide in

    Darfur. Bosnia. Rwanda. Cambodia. Rwanda.

    In which country is genocide still continuing today?

    Darfur Bosnia Cambodia Guatemala Darfur

    In referring to the deportations during the Armenian genocide, what does correspondent Henry Wood say was the "terrible feature of this deportation"?

    They will have to live in the interior.

    Families will never be united again.

    It will end in inevitable death.

    Children will be terrified.

    Families will never be united again.

    During the Armenian genocideHolodomarHolocaust✔ Cambodian genocide, people were rounded up, shot, and buried in mass graves called the killing fields.

    Cambodian genocide

    What generalization can be made based on the information presented in the timeline?

    No major genocides occurred during the 1950s and 1960s.

    No major genocides occurred outside of Europe.

    All genocides lasted for many years because they were difficult to stop.

    All genocides occurred before the end of the 20th century.

    No major genocides occurred during the 1950s and 1960s.

    Why did the Hutus in Rwanda hold a deep hatred for the Tutsis?

    The Tutsis unrelentingly persecuted the Hutus when they were in power.

    The Tutsis were a minority who had historically ruled over the Hutus.

    The Tutsis held most of the country's wealth even though they were a minority.

    The Tutsis were a threat because their population was growing rapidly.

    The Tutsis were a minority who had historically ruled over the Hutus

    The Ukranian Holodomor of 1932-33 refers to the period during which

    the government executed seven million Ukrainians.

    Stalin had a policy of collectivization of agriculture.

    seven million Ukrainians were murdered by starvation.

    money from the sale of grain went to industrialization.

    seven million Ukrainians were murdered by starvation.

    Which is the UN definition of genocide?

    Genocide is the attempt to wipe out an entire group of people based on ethnicity.

    Genocide is the criminal intent to destroy or to cripple permanently a human group.

    Genocide is the killing of a group of people based on race, religion, or ethnicity.

    Genocide is the intentional destruction of a group of people.

    Genocide is the intentional destruction of a group of people.

    in 1941 when Lemkin moved to the United States from Poland

    in 1943 when Lemkin used genocide in a quote

    in 1945 shortly after the end of WWII

    in 1948 as defined by the UN

    in 1948 as defined by the UN

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    The correct answer is B) families will never be united again.

    In referring to the deportations during the Armenian Genocide, the correspondent Henry Wood said that the terrible feature of this deportation was that families would never be united again.

    In 195 the Ottoman government (modern day Turkey) planned the massacre of the Armenian people. They lived in their territories but were deported and killed by the Ottomans. Henry Wood was an American correspondent for the United Press at Constantinople. In referring to the deportations during the Armenian Genocide, the correspondent Henry Wood said that the terrible feature of this deportation was that families would never be united again.

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