Massacres Renewed: Morgenthau Reports -nyt19151013c
MASSACRES RENEWED, MORGENTHAU REPORTS
Fresh Outrages Upon Armenians Follow Bulgaria's Stand Favoring Turkey
OCTOBER 13, 1915
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12.--Armenian massacres in Asiatic Turkey have been renewed with vigor since Bulgaria's practical entrance into the war as Turkey's ally. This information reached the State Department today from Ambassador Morgenthaus, who stated that the majority of the Armenians in Asiatic Turkey had been killed.
Although representations were made by this Government, some time ago, warning Turkey that further atrocities against the Armenians would alienate the sympathies of the American people, no answer has been received.
Earlier representations were met with two concessions, promising that those Armenians who wished to leave the country would be spared. Information recently reaching this country, however indicates that these conditions have not been strictly ahead to. From one quarter it was asserted that "they were rescinded the next day."
Although has been placed at Ambassador Morgenthau's disposal, for distribution among the Armenian refugees now banished to desert towns, no arrangements have been made for bringing Armenians to this country, as was originally planned, except where friends or relatives send for them. Those Armenians who were spared are now gathered in the country between the Tigres and Euphrates Rivers.
A hard copy of this article or hundreds of others from the time of the Armenian Genocide can be found in The Armenian Genocide: News Accounts From The American Press: 1915-1922