- Boghos Nubar
Boghos Nubar (1851-1930) was a liberal, the son of
EgyptianPrime Minister Nubar Pashaand the founder, alongside ten other Armenian national movementleaders, of the Armenian General Benevolent Unionon April 15, 1905.
Boghos Nubar was awarded the Belgian "Ordre de Leopold" and Egyptian "Mejidieh", "Osmanieh" and "Nile" honorary degrees and medals for distinguished services [Nubar and Nubarashem, a publication of the general Directorship of the
Armenian General Benevolent Union(Paris, 1929), 5-7.] Nubar fought valiantly for the Armenian cause. [By Joan George "Merchants in Exile: The Armenians of Manchester, England, 1835-1935" page 184] In January, 1919, The Times published a letter from the Boghos Nubar (an Ottomancitizen) in which he protests, blatedly, about the non-representation of Armenians at the Paris Peace Conference, 1919. The letter includes a useful summary of the Armenian contribution to the allied war effort. [By Joan George "Merchants in Exile: The Armenians of Manchester, England, 1835-1935" page 184]
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