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committed against Thracian Bulgarians
From a poll conducted by
Professor Dr Lyubomir Miletic
on the ruin of the Thracian Bulgarians in 1913
Sofia Press, 1987
8. The Armagan Massacre
Before the population that had fled at the battle of Ferrai headed for Bulgaria, some of them, mostly from Sicanli, stopping for a rest in the Armagan-Cesmesi valley near Kurbaalik in the Duganhisar mountains, was attacked by 200 Turkish soldiers who were about to set on fire and loot the only surviving Bulgarian village, Pisman (Pessani). The Turkish detachment, which had left the village of Badouren (Patara), attacked the people, first shooting, and then stabbing whoever they caught up with bayonets and daggers. Most of the victims were from Sicanli, as I myself was able to ascertain from travel permits and other documents I found on some of the refugees, some of which, still well preserved, I took with me (on December 1, 1913). In the end the Turks captured a number of women — about one hundred — whom they drove to the river Maritsa. This happened on September 25. The captives were first taken to Pisman, where they spent the night. The Turkish force set fire to the village and killed some old people who were still there. The next day some of the same force, recovered after the rest, went back to hunt down the population which had fled the village. After a short skirmish, the villagers retreated as their cartridges had finished, and the Turks managed to capture about 30 women and girls of Pisman. With a great deal of booty they took them to Kavadjik. Then Rousse's detachment, which had found out late about this, blocked their path and made a surprise attack on them near the Turkish village of Cukuren, dispersing them and freeing the unhappy women, and even taking some sheep and goats.
I heard shocking details about the massacre in the Armagan valley in Ferrai, Dedeagach and Gumuljina, and as some people said that although two months had passed since then (25 September), the corpses of the victims, which included many children, still lay there unburied and also no commission had yet been to the 'Valley of Death1, as some called it, to establish exactly what had happened. I decided to go there to see for myself, even though it was winter and I would have to ride across a difficult terrain in the mountains over Duganhisar. And so on November 29, 1913 I set out from Dedeagach for Duganhisar via the village of Dervent, whence I set out on the next day accompanied by D.
Turkish Atrocities Committed Against Thracian Bulgarians in 1913: From a ... - Google Books
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Du hetzt doch nur, dir geht nur um Türken bashing, mehr nicht.Jetzt tust du unseren türkischen Usern hier Unrecht, weißt du es nicht, ich zitiere Erdogan
1) "Die türkische Gemeinschaft und der türkische Mensch, wohin sie auch immer gehen mögen, bringen nur Liebe, Freundschaft, Ruhe und
Geborgenheit mit sich. Hass und Feindschaft können niemals unsere Sache sein. Wir haben mit Streit und Auseinandersetzung nichts zu schaffen."
2) Ein Muslim kann keinen Völkermord begehen. Gaza und Darfur soll man nicht vermischen.”
Also bitte nichts negatives über die Türken