The following institutions use, or have used, the name of Armenian National Council:
- Armenian National Council of Karabakh, also referred to as People's Government of Karabakh before the rename in September 1918 to Karabakh Council
- Armenian National Council of Baku
- Armenian National Council of Tiflis
- Armenian Congress of Eastern Armenians, the upper echelon which united these entities on October 1917
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... of the town of Shusha was 43,869, of which 23,396 (53%) were Armenians, and 19,121 (44%) were Tatars (Azerbaijanis) ... a mixed population consisting mostly of ethnic Armenians and Azeris - found themselves at the center of dispute ... the Ittihadists of Constantinople, and a terror to all Armenians", as governor-general of Karabagh ...
... Armenian National Council in Baku was a representative body of the Armenians residing on the Azerbaijani territory ... When the Yerevan-based Armenian Congress of Eastern Armenians was established at October 1917, it united the Armenian National Councils all around the Russian Empire ... It united Armenian National Council of Karabagh, Armenian National Council of Baku, and Armenian National Council of Tiflis ...
... Soviet Armenian statesman and politician ... In 1928-1935 he was the Prime-Minister (chairman of Sovnarcom) of Armenian SSR ... Prince, a prominent Armenian political and military figure, the last ruler of the principality of Jraberd ...
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