Those are not independently sourced quotes. They are all from a magazine which is advocating for the 1915 events. I think they should be removed. My action IS NOT a vandalism. Please take it into account.
Second, the quote about new born baby is a historical fact which is included the memories of the cabinet members who were present in the cabinet meeting. Therefore DO NOT DELETE it.
It is vandalism because you are not allowed to remove sourced quotes. Quotations from magazines and newspapers are allowed, as well as books. All citations are provided. Everything is sourced on the page. For references stated, you may not remove anything, page blanking is considered vandalism. Please refrain yourself from that. - Zarbon 13:55, 25 September 2008 (UTC)
Also, if you are able to provide a documented source for "we have a new born baby" then it can stay on the page. However, after extensive searching, I can see no source for that quotation, neither in books, magazines, nor newspaper columns. It doesn't appear to be factual and/or you are misinterpreting it or spelling it out incorrectly. - Zarbon 14:08, 25 September 2008 (UTC)