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maxpower wrote:Does anyone know who were the members of these committees? Where can I look for more info on the members?
Thanks everyone for all your past help
clement wrote:Hello John ,one one the main man of the Azerbaidjan National commitee (1943) was Abo Aslan Alieyevich Fatalibeyli Dudanginski (look in wikipedia ,Azeri project ,I have sent last week a short bio in the sandbox) one of the architects of the Azerbaijanese Legion.I am working right now on this topic.This comittee was created with the help of Mehmet Emin Resulzade first chairman of "Musavat" party ,Chairman of Azerbaijan National Council on May 28, 1918 after declaration of independence of Azerbaijan..
Other people from this comittee were Fuad Amirjan,Ismayil Akber,Ferman Mammedov and Mezahir DachqinAnother Azerbaidjan National commitee was created in Munich in 1950 by ,guess who , Abo Fatalibeyli ,cleared by US War Department.
Leave me a few days I will be able to write more stuff about this subject
My sources are mostly Azerbaidjanese I go visiting Archives in Baku every time I visit azerbaidjan.
There is a book (in Azeri) call Azerbaijan Legionerlery ,written by Nasiman Yaqublu ,released in june 2006
Another book will be soon released in Russian.
About Fetelibeyli death:
He was found hanged later in Baku. Did he committed suicide or was helped by Azeri nationalist or... is it a legend.
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