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124 Genocide by forced assimilation: Background and rationale But another fate worse than death had, on the basis of a gender- and agespeciﬁc calculus, been decided for some Armenian children and women of child-bearing age, in common with other cases of genocide. In fact, Roger W. , in Nazi Germany and Cambodia); women have been victimized in ways different from men to a large extent (rape and enslavement); and the consequences of genocide (incorporation into the perpetrator’s society; or ostracism of victims of rape, as in Bangladesh) have often been different as well.
Many of the women and children also had been killed and very many others had died on the way from sickness and exhaustion. 50 Other sources conﬁrm that outside Mezreh, Armenian women and children camped under atrocious conditions. This camp turned into a well-organized slave market where the most desirable females, ﬁrst and foremost women of wealthy families, were searched for by local Muslims and checked by doctors for diseases, etc. 51 According to the Turkish post-war Military Tribunals, the systematic distribution and abuse of Armenian females was not restricted to the lower levels of Ottoman society.
In fact, Roger W. , in Nazi Germany and Cambodia); women have been victimized in ways different from men to a large extent (rape and enslavement); and the consequences of genocide (incorporation into the perpetrator’s society; or ostracism of victims of rape, as in Bangladesh) have often been different as well. 125 34 Sexual Violence during Armenian Genocide In the case of the Armenian genocide, a signiﬁcant number of women and children – all in all an estimated 100,000–200,000, or between 5 and 10 percent of the whole Ottoman Armenian population – were, because of their biological attributes, deemed ﬁt to be incorporated into what would now be Turkish, not Ottoman, society.