Birinci Dünya Savaşı Sırasında Ermeni Meselesinin İngiliz Basınına Yansımaları (1914-1918)
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The Armenian Question was a significant problem for the Ottoman State in both political and diplomatic aspects in late 19th century and early 20th century. After Ottoman State went to World War I, this question gained a quite different aspect. The deportation issue experienced during the war is the origin of many issues that still keep up-to-date today. This study systematically examined the reflections of Turkish and Armenian relationships under war conditions during World War I to English press. This examination is intended to contribute to scientific studies being conducted on Armenian Question and Deportation, in terms of press history. Newspapers and similar printed press materials are valuable resources in terms of understanding the community psychology in the analysis of historical events and phenomenons. For this reason, as the essential factor of the study, the English newspapers published between 1914 and 1918 were handled as a primary resource.