Table of contents for The Armenian massacres in Ottoman Turkey : a disputed genocide / Guenter Lewy.

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List of Maps
Preface 00
I. The Historical Setting
1. Armenians in the Ottoman Empire during the Nineteenth Century
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2. The Armenian Revolutionary Movement 00
3. The Massacres of 189496 00
	Carnage in the Wake of an Attempted Reform
	Who Was Responsible for the Massacres?
4. The Young Turks Take Power 00
	Armenian Guerrilla Warfare
	An Uneasy Alliance
	The Armenian Reform Agreement of 1914
II. Two Rival Historiographies
5. The Armenian Case (1): Genocidal Plans 00
Turkish Nationalism, Turanism, and the Role of Ziya G¿kalp
The "Ten Commandments"
The Secret CUP Meeting of February 1915 Described by Mevlanzade Rifat
	Genocidal Consequences
6. The Armenian Case (2): The Implementation of Genocide 00
Aram Andonian's The Memoirs of Naim Bey
The Turkish Courts-Martial of 191920
The Role of the Teskilat-i Mahsusa (Special Organization)
The Covert Nature of the Genocide
7. The Turkish Position 00
The Armenian Rebellion
The Revolt of Van
Armenian Support for the Allied War Effort
The Punishment of Excesses
Armenian Atrocities: A Civil War within a Global War
The Release of the Malta Prisoners
III. Historical Reconstruction: What We Know and What We Do Not Know
8. The Sources 00
Turkish Archives
The Political Archive of the German Foreign Ministry
Other German Eyewitnesses
The British Blue Book "The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire"
American Archives
Missionary Reports
Armenian Survivor Testimony
9. The Deportation Decision 00
Antecedents
The Deportation Decree
The Reasons for the Deportation Order
The German Role
10. The Course of the Deportations 00
Erzurum
Harput
Trebizond
Cilicia: Mersina, Adana, Marash
The Baghdad Railway Route
Aleppo
Urfa
Constantinople and Smyrna
The End of the Deportations
11. Resettlement 00
Ras-ul-Ain
"The Route of Horrors"
Der-el-Zor
The Vilayet of Damascus
12. Who Were the Perpetrators of the Massacres? 00
The Role of the Kurds
The Wartime Gendarmerie
Circassians, Chettes, and "Similar Scum"
The Fate of the Labor Battalions
The Power of Local Officials
13. The Number of Victims 00
The Size of the Prewar Armenian Population
The Number of Survivors
An Estimate of the Losses
IV. The State of the Controversy
14. Conclusion: The Question of Premeditation 00
A Spectrum of Views
Critique
An Alternative Explanation
Epilogue: The Politicization of History 00
The Campaign for Recognition of the Genocide
Pressure Tactics
The Future of Turkish-Armenian Relations
Abbreviations and Glossary 00
Notes 00
Works Cited 00
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Armenian massacres, 1894-1896.
Armenian massacres, 1909.
Armenian massacres, 1915-1923.
Armenians -- Turkey -- History.
Armenia -- History -- 1901-.
Turkey -- History -- 20th century.