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The phrase suggests a Christian key, a discursive grid that shaped reports and their adaptations into testimony, sketches, photographs, and film. And finally, the invocation of a voice serves as a reminder of the necessity and value of publicity. 32 An examination of NER’s work underscores this importance, even prior to the more immediate transmission and wider broadcast of information of the past few decades. 37 Chronicling the initial discussions around publicity, Barton explains that the committee did not wish to pay for advertising, but instead “trust[ed] the loyal and spontaneous support of the press,”38 which had demonstrated a solid record of reporting events in Turkey.

11 Images, sketches and photographs, supplemented the numerous reports and attempted to make comprehensible the distant events of profound violence. In a Stuttgart paper (no date given), the political cartoon “The Only Throne Left to Him” (Figure 2) shows Sultan Abdul Hamid as a dark hunched figure, sitting atop a mountain of skulls and bones. The image both articulates the extent of the violence and presents the perpetrator as distinctly Oriental and foreign. Harper’s offered tableaux of savage Turks atop horses threatening cowering figures below.

9 In response to the horrors, the 1878 Treaty of Berlin that followed not only divided the states but also conferred a protected legal status on the Christian minorities. Although the Treaty of Berlin attempted to secure safety, international pressure and the threat may have also deepened anxieties around imperial sovereignty of the Ottoman Empire (which, as noted above, was already called “the sick man of Europe”). In addition, the promise of safety excited Armenian nationalist sentiment, leading to political rallying; internal pressure for reform likely contributed to the unease.

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