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Abraham Giulkhandanian

Աբրահամ Գյուլխանդանյան կենսագրություն

 

GIULKHANDANIAN, ABRAHAM (nr Yerevan 1875 – Paris 1946) Educated Echmiadzin

 

 seminary. Went on to study law. Joined Dashnak party in 1894. Active in Baku region, especially during Armeno–Tatar conflicts of 1905. Arrested by the authorities, and briefly jailed. Among the organisers of the volunteer units in 1914. Worked with Rostom during 1917–18. Member of Armenian Parliament; minister of information and posts in Khatisian's government; also minister of justice. In Khatisian's delegation that signed the treaty of Alexandropol, December 1920. To Romania after Sovietisation of Armenia; afterwards to Paris. During the second world war he was vice-president of the 'Armenian National Council' in Berlin which came to an agreement with the Nazis. Arrested by the French on the termination of the war. Died 1 January 1946. Author of books on the Caucasus, the Armeno–Tatar conflict, Armenian revolutionary women, etc

 

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