1915 Tragedy - The Relocation Law
The Ottoman State could not remain indifferent and had to defend itself from the Armenian rebels. First, Hunchak and Dashnak organizations were banned because they were organizing the Armenian rebellions.
To do this relocation plans were prepared on May 27, 1915 and the Relocation Law was issued. The aim of Relocation Law was to stop the Armenian killings and destruction and put an end to the civil war.
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