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Hajin always maintained autonomy from the Ottoman Empire. In 1920, the Armenians of Hajin resisted a seige by Kemalist troops for eight months without any help from the outside. Only a handful of Armenians survived this seige, and the Turks renamed the city Saimbeyli in tribute to Sayib Bey, who was one of those responsible for this destruction of Armenians.
 
Hajin always maintained autonomy from the Ottoman Empire. In 1920, the Armenians of Hajin resisted a seige by Kemalist troops for eight months without any help from the outside. Only a handful of Armenians survived this seige, and the Turks renamed the city Saimbeyli in tribute to Sayib Bey, who was one of those responsible for this destruction of Armenians.
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==Armenians from Hajin==
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Armenians who were born or who have lived in Hajin:
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{{#ask: [[Category:Person]] [[Ethnicities::Armenian]] [[Birthplace name::Hajin]] OR [[Lived in::Hajin]]}}
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Armenians who's ancestors are from Hajin:
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{{#ask: [[Category:Person]] [[Ethnicities::Armenian]] [[Ancestral villages::Hajin]]}}
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Latest revision as of 12:37, 13 February 2020

Hajin always maintained autonomy from the Ottoman Empire. In 1920, the Armenians of Hajin resisted a seige by Kemalist troops for eight months without any help from the outside. Only a handful of Armenians survived this seige, and the Turks renamed the city Saimbeyli in tribute to Sayib Bey, who was one of those responsible for this destruction of Armenians.

Armenians from Hajin

Armenians who were born or who have lived in Hajin:

Robert Mardian

Armenians who's ancestors are from Hajin:

Aguline Tatoulian, Edward Djerejian

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