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The Bitlis Case in the Light of New Documents
The First World War gave the imperialist countries, primarily Russia, the chance to share the territories of the Ottoman State. Each imperialist state took action immediately to control the territories in which they had interests. Especially Russia found the war conditions as a chance to realise its historical aims and began to act to obtain the Eastern Cities. On of the most significant steps taken by the Russian to obtain this territory and remain there was to get the support of the Kurdish groups. The fact that Kurdish nationalism was on the rise gave the Russian the chance they were looking for. It is obvious that the Russian had great successes in such activities. The Bitlis Case, or, Şeyh Selim Case, is among the problems which busied the Ottoman State and caused the break up of many similar rebellions. This study is intended to examine the Bitlis Case, which happened with the support and provocation of the Russian, in its all aspects, based on original documents.

Czarist Russia, Şeyh Selim, the Kurdish, Military tribunal, World War I

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