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16 July, 00:15

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.

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  1. 16 July, 01:33
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    Families will never be united again.

    Explanation:

    The Armenian genocide was a mass murder of 1.5 million Armenians in Turkey by the ottoman government between 1914 and 1923.

    The ottoman parliament passed a legislation authorizing deportation and from summer and autumn of 1915, Armenian civilians were taken out of their homes and marched through the valleys and mountains to desert concentration camps.

    Henry wood was a United press correspondent who was stationed in Constantinople. He said the terrible feature of the deportation was that Families will never be united again.
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