Mikayel Varandian Murad of Sepastia

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Murad of Sepastia

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Biography of Murad of Sepastia (ne Murad Hakobian-Khrimian (1874-1918), Armenian natinal liberation movement leader, freedom fighter. He participated in numerous resistance and self-defense operations in Sasun as early as 1903, later in Taron, and then Sepastia (Sivas), Erzincan, in the then Ottoman Empire. a co-founder of the "One Gold, One Survivor" campaign, he managed to save large number of orphans of the Armenian Genocide and organized the evacuation of the Armenians from the battle-stricken regions.

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Mikayel Varandian, (1874-1934) an intellectual, philosopher, political theorist and activist, editor, and diplomat.

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