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Armenian Gets Letter Wife Mailed In 1915

The Pittsburgh Press - Mar 6, 1919

New Castle. Pa., March 6.— John Hagopian, an Armenian resident of this city, has just received a letter mailed in 1915 by his wife in Turkey, appealing for help. The letter had been held in a Turkish postoffice until after the Turkish nation had ceased to be at war with the allied countries. According to the best in¬formation obtained by Hagopian, his wife and children have either died or been massacred since the letter was mailed. Joseph Panosian, also an Armenian, received a letter recently from a brother who has been with the French fighting forces since the beginning of the war, in which he states that only six out of 100 rela¬tives of the two men are now alive.

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