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Paradoxically, the movement towards the secularisation of education came from the Church itself. When the Russian authorities had entrusted Armenian education to the Church (under the terms of the statutes of 1836) they believed that they had left it in the ineffectual hands of ignorant clerics. However, the Armenian Church again demonstrated its role as the bastion of the entire nation, for a number of the teachers in the parochial schools were men of a modern outlook, who had been educated in Europe or Russia.
Page 54] sufficient quantity of provisions had been captured to supply the wants of the army. 33 Once in control of Erzerum, Paskievich instituted an administration which was in contrast both to those in Caucasian lands formerly occupied by the Russians and to the prevailing Ottoman system. Its basic qualities were its tolerance and impartiality. A Muslim of Circassian origin, Prince Bekovich, was appointed to liaise with the existing authorities, almost all of whom were maintained. Oppressive taxes were abolished; equality of Muslims and Christians proclaimed.
The aim of this book was 'to awaken the youth of the Armenians from their sleep and indolence which derived from a weakened condition resulting from their timidity and idleness'. From the standpoint of the present 'hopeless condition' of the Armenians, Baghramian surveys his people's history, and enquires how they lost their independence – and how they might regain it. He puts the blame on their passivity, their unwillingness to respond to non-Armenian and specifically European ideas, and their exile from their motherland.