The ARF leaders in Van. From left to right: Harutyun, Aram Manukian, Ishkhan and Sogho
|Birth name||Nikoghayos Poghos Mikaelian|
|Died||1915 (aged 33–34)
Van, Van Vilayet, Ottoman Empire
|Years of service||?—1915|
|Battles/wars||Armenian National Liberation Movement
Siege of Van
Ishkhan (Armenian: Իշխան, "prince"; 1883 – 1915), born Nikoghayos Mikayelian, and also known as Nigol, was an Armenian fedayi, a member of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation. Along with Aram Manukian and Arshak Vramian, he was a leading figure in Van just before and during the early stages of World War I. He was killed on 17 April 1915 just before the Turks besieged Van.
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