GRIGOR JANSHYAN՛S HELP TO THE WESTERN ARMENIANS DURING THE HAMIDIAN MASSACRES
The present article is dedicated to the collection "Brotherly Aid to the Armenian Victims in Turkey", published by the efforts of the famous Armenian intellectual, historian, publicist, and public figure Grigor Janshyan, and pro-Armenian Russian intellectuals V. Golstrem, A. N. Sazanov, A. N. Greny, with the financial assistance and active participation of Nikolsky and others, aimed at providing material and moral assistance to the thousands of orphaned Armenian refugees who survived the Hamidian massacres. The collection was of great interest to the general public, which prompted the editorial board to publish a new edition. The second issue of the collection was published in 1898 in Moscow, which was more elaborate and enriched with interesting new materials. It was well received by both the Russian and Armenian societies. As a result, 12 valuable orphanages were opened for Armenian orphans thanks to the publication of this valuable collection. Invaluable is Gr. Janshyan՛s charity for the Armenian people.
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