History of #KampArmen in 20 images
The story of an Armenian orphanage in Istanbul tells what happened to Armenians in Turkey after 1915.
The modern Turkish state confiscated properties of non-Muslims starting from 1915. After the genocide, “abandoned properties commission” sold Armenian goods by public auctions. In 1942, Wealth Tax forced wealthy non-Muslims to sell their properties. 1955 Istanbul Pogrom created more “abandoned” properties to change hands to Turkish owners.