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Armenian-Tatar massacres 1905-1907

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  1. refers to the bloody inter-ethnic confrontation between the Armenians and the Azerbaijanis throughout the Caucasus in 1905—1907

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  2. known as Caucasian Tartars at that time

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  3. The events were caused by hostility between Muslim population of the region on one side and Christian Armenians on the other

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  4. The massacres started during the Russian Revolution of 1905, and claimed hundreds of lives

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  5. The most violent clashes occurred in 1905 in February in Baku, in May in Nakhchivan, in August in Shusha and in November in Ganja, heavily damaging the cities and the Baku oilfields

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