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Natʻali, Shahan, 1884-1983

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Personal name headingNatʻali, Shahan, 1884-1983
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Variant(s)Natʻali, Šahan, 1884-1983
Tēr-Hakobean, Hakob, 1884-1983
Hakobean, Hakob Tēr-, 1884-1983
Der-Hagopian, Hagop, 1884-1983
Nemesis, 1884-1983
Shahan, 1884-1983
Šahan, 1884-1983
Natalie, Şahan, 1884-1983
Natalie, Shahan, 1884-1983
Shahan Natalie, 1884-1983
Mahy, John, 1884-1983
Birth date1884
Death date19830418
Found inNatʻali, Shahan. Tʻurkʻizmě Angorayēn Pakʻu ew tʻrkʻakan ōriēntʻasion ; Tʻurkʻerě ev menkʻ, 1992: t.p. (Shahan Natʻali) p. 9, etc. (real name: Hakob Tēr-Hakobean; b. 1884, Hiwsēnik in the Kharberd region; d. April 18, 1983, Boston, Mass.)
Tʻurkʻerě ew menkʻ, 1928: t.p. (Nemesis)
Erewani hamadzaynagirě, 1941: t.p. (Shahan)
Shahan. Verstin haweluats, 1955: t.p. (Shahan)
BL S&C, 19 Jan. 2006 (Šahan Natʻali)
BL S&C, 10 May 2006 (Šahan)
Biz Ermeniler ve Türkler, 2008: t.p. (Şahan Natalie)
Wikipedia, 11 Feb 2022: (Shahan Natalie; July 14, 1884 - April 19, 1983; member of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation and the principal organizer of Operation Nemesis, a campaign of revenge against officials of the former Ottoman Empire who instigated the Armenian genocide during World War I. He later became a writer on Armenian national philosophy, best known for his essay, The Turks and Us; Shahan Natalie was born Hagop Der Hagopian on July 14, 1884, in the village of Huseinig, in Mamuret-ul-Aziz Vilayet, also known as "Kharberd Vilayet" (modern day Elazığ Province), of the Ottoman Empire; He became a United States citizen on March 23, 1915, and assumed "John Mahy" as his official name in 1923; author's works listed)
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