Theodore Roosevelt Urged to Fight Against Those Who Slaughtered Armenians

Theodore Roosevelt Urged to FightFrom the book “Fear God and Take your own part” of the 26th President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt:

“For centuries, Armenians deliberately avoided militarism and war because they were pacifists unlike their neighbors, the Turks, who had been and remained militarists.

As a result, the militarism of the Ottoman authorities prevailed over the peace-loving aspirations of the Armenians.”

In his message to the soldiers of the allied forces, Roosevelt urged them to continue the fight against the German and Turkish armies that were pursuing to exterminate the adherents of Christianity, in particular, Armenians.



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