Defense of Van (1915)
(Redirected from Van Resistance)
Van Uprising/Van Ayaklanması
Van Resistance/Վանի Հերոսամարտ
|Part of the Caucasus Campaign of World War I|
Armenian troops holding a defense line against Ottoman forces in the walled city of Van in May 1915.
|Ottoman Empire||Armenian residents of Van|
|Commanders and leaders|
Köprülü Kâzım Bey
Rafael de Nogales
|Casualties and losses|
The Siege of Van, Resistance at Van, (Armenian: Վանի Հերոսամարտ Vani Herosamart, Turkish: Van Direnişi) or Van Rebellion, Van Revolt (Turkish: Van İsyanı), Armenian Revolution at Van (Turkish: Van İhtilâli) was a resistance during the World War I against Ottoman Empire.
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- ↑ Richard G. Hovannisian, The Armenian People from Ancient to Modern Times, Vol II Foreign Dominion to Statehood: The Fifteenth Century to the Twentieth Century, Palgrave, 1997, ISBN 978-0-312-10169-5, p 251.
- ↑ Morgenthau, 227
- ↑ Balakian, 207
- ↑ The General Headquarters used this term in its ciphertext dated 8/9 May 1915, Ali İhsan Sâbis, Birinci Dünya Harbi, 2. cilt, Nehir Yayınları, ISBN 975-551-067-2, p. 434. (in Turkish)
- ↑ The debates of Meclis-i Vükelâ on 15–17 August 1915 were recorded with title of "Van İhtilali ve Katl-i Amı" (Van Revolution and Massacre) dated 1 Zilkade 1933/10 September 1915, Stanford J. Shaw, Ezel Kural Shaw, History of the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey, Volume 2, Cambridge University Press, 1977, ISBN 978-0-521-29166-8, p. 338.