Author(s): Yüksel KA?TAN
he cooperation between the Armenian gangs and the Russian Army during the wars between the Ottoman Empire and the Russians in Eastern Anatolia during the First World War, and the fact that some of them were in the Russian army, left the state in a difficult situation due to the fact that the guilty and the innocent Armenian people were not distinguished. . As a solution to this situation, the state enacted the Deportation Law and immigrated the Armenian people in the region to the more southern regions. However, when the Ottoman Empire entered the process of losing the war, the Armenian notables immediately communicated with the Entente States and conveyed their requests. As a result of this initiative, Article 24 of the Mondros Armistice Treaty signed between the Ottoman Empire and the Entente States after World War I stated that Armenians were in the majority of six provinces in the Eastern Anatolian Region and that these regions could be invaded by the Allies if there was a chaos in these regions. They made sure to take it. On the one hand, the Entente States started the trial process regarding the forced immigration to the Ottoman Empire, on the other hand, the South by the French and the Eastern regions by the British were occupied. The aim of this study was to ensure that the Armenians in Eastern Anatolia and the Armenian state in the geography covering six provinces in Anatolia during the War of Independence, which started with the unfair invasion of the country by the Allied Powers after the Armistice Treaty signed by the Ottoman Empire on 30 October 1918 after the First World War. Dreams of founding, Armenian gangs and activities, attempts of the Armenian notables with the Allied Powers, and the introduction of Armenia-related articles in the Treaty of Sevr Peace.