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Monseigneur Gregoire Bahabanian (born in Ankara 5/12/1866 died in Paris 2/1/1951).Last Bishop of Armenian Catholics of Ankara between 1912-1915. Nominated by Pope Pius the Xth. His memoires are published by the Mekhitarist fathers of Venice, St. Lazzarus in 1976 in French.The name of the book which contains 136 pages is 'UNE PAGE SUR MILLE DU TEMOIGNAGE CHRETIEN D'UN PEUPLE.'
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Monseigneur Gregoire Bahabanian (born in [[Ankara]] 5/12/1866 died in [[Paris]] 2/1/1951). Last Bishop of [[Armenian Catholic]]s of Ankara between [[1912]]-[[1915]]. Nominated by Pope Pius the Xth. His memoires are published by the [[Mekhitarist]] fathers of [[Venice]], [[St. Lazzarus]] in [[1976]] in French. The name of the book which contains 136 pages is 'UNE PAGE SUR MILLE DU TEMOIGNAGE CHRETIEN D'UN PEUPLE.'
  
 
[[Category:Armenian Individuals|Bahabanian, Gregoire]]
 
[[Category:Armenian Individuals|Bahabanian, Gregoire]]

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Monseigneur Gregoire Bahabanian (born in Ankara 5/12/1866 died in Paris 2/1/1951). Last Bishop of Armenian Catholics of Ankara between 1912-1915. Nominated by Pope Pius the Xth. His memoires are published by the Mekhitarist fathers of Venice, St. Lazzarus in 1976 in French. The name of the book which contains 136 pages is 'UNE PAGE SUR MILLE DU TEMOIGNAGE CHRETIEN D'UN PEUPLE.'