Kemaliye
Kemaliye (formerly Eğin) (Armenian: Ակն, Romanized Old Armenian: Akn, meaning "spring") is both a town in and one of the nine districts of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turke...
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Siamanto
Atom Yarjanian (Armenian: Ատոմ Եարճանեան), better known by his pen name Siamanto (Սիամանթօ) (15 August 1878 – August 1915), was an influential Armenian writer, poet and national figure from the la...
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Şemsettin Günaltay
Mehmet Şemsettin Günaltay ([ʃemseˈtin ɟynaɫˈtaj]; 1883 – 19 October 1961) was a Turkish historian, politician, and Prime Minister of Turkey from 1949 to 1950.
Günaltay was born 1883 in the K...
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Nicol Galanderian
Nicol Galanderian (also Nikol) is a noted composer of Armenian music and is especially known for vocal, choral and children's works whose primary source of inspiration is folk music and urban folksong...
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Sadık Perinçek
Sadık Perinçek (1915 in Kemaliye – 13 September 2000) was the deputy Chief Prosecutor of the Supreme Court of Turkey and a parliamentary deputy in the 1950s and 1960s. He was the father of polit...
Ahmet Cömert
Ahmet Cömert (1926–1990) was a Turkish amateur boxer, coach, referee, judge and sports official. He served in the executive committee of the International Boxing Association (AIBA).He was born ...
Krikor Torosyan
Krikor Torosian (1884 - 1915) was a renowned Armenian satirical writer, journalist, and publisher. He started his own satirical journal entitled Gigo, which became popular among the Armenians in Const...
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Papken Siuni
Bedros Parian (Պետրոս Փարեան; 1873-26 August 1896) better known by his nom de guerre Papken Siuni, was an important figure in the Armenian national movement, an Armenian Revolutionary Federation membe...
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