Talaat Pasha was chairman of the Union and Progress Party, which operated a one-party dictatorship in the Ottoman Empire, and later on became Grand Vizier (Prime Minister) during World War I. He was one of the perpetrators of the Armenian genocide and other ethnic cleansings during his time as Minister of Interior Affairs .
Talat Paşa, in full Mehmed Talat Paşa, (born 1874, Edirne, Ottoman Empire [now in Turkey]—died March 15, 1921, Berlin, Ger.), leader of the Young Turks, Ottoman statesman, grand vizier (1917–18), and leading member of the Ottoman government from 1913 to 1918.
As the leader of the Committee of Union and Progress (CUP), Talaat Pasha (1874–1921) was the last powerful grand vizier of the Ottoman Empire during World War I. Considered the primary architect of the Armenian genocide,  he ordered the deportation of nearly all of the empire's Armenian population to the Syrian Desert in 1915, to wipe them …
Talat Pasha - Turkey in the First World War Talat Pasha Mehmet Talat was born on August 20, 1874 in Edirne. After graduating from the military high school in his hometown, he could not continue to move further with a military career due to a fight he had with an officer.
Mehmet Talaat Pasha (1874-1921) (also known as Talaat Bey) was the principal architect of the Armenian Genocide. Born in Edirne (Adrianople), Talaat became a telegrapher at a young age. He was active in the Young Turk movement seeking to overthrow Sultan Abdul Hamid (Abdulhamit) II.
Talaat Pasha: Father of Modern Turkey, Architect of Genocide Hans-Lukas Kieser - 24 Hours access EUR €48.00 GBP £42.00 USD $52.00 Views 146 Altmetric More metrics information Email alerts Article activity alert Advance article alerts New issue alert Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic Citing articles via Google Scholar Latest
By 1922, the ARF had gunned down— in Berlin, Rome and Tiflis—Ottoman Turkish leaders implicated in the genocide: Interior Minister Talaat Pasha, Ottoman Grand Vizier Said Halim Pasha, Minister...
Ara Sarafian: Talaat Pasha’s report is the official view of the Armenian Genocide according to Ottoman records. Mediamax interview with historian Ara Sarafian “Talaat Pasha’s Report on the Armenian Genocide, 1917” was published by the Gomidas Institute in April 2011.
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Mehmed Talaat was born in 1874 in Kırcaali town of Edirne Vilayet into the family of a junior civil servant working for the government of the Ottoman Empire. His father was from a village in the mountainous southeastern corner of present-day Bulgaria. He had a powerful build and a dark complexion.