The Austrian scholar Prof. Erich Feigl (1931-2007) is the author of works on the history of Turkey. One of his attention items was Armenian issue. He for years studied this subject and eventually reached the conclusion that claims about “Armenian genocide” are wrong. In current paper was commented his thinking on Marash events, which happened in the years of Turkish Independence War. We took two books of the author (“A Myth of Terror” and “Armenian Mythomania”) as main sources of our paper. According to E. Feigl, Armenian people of Cilicia for centuries lived with comfort and welfare under the Turkish administration. But the Armenian leaders and organizations betrayed Turkey, i.e. their own homeland and they cooperated with foreign invaders in the years of The First World War and Turkish Independence War. They massacred the Muslim people of this region and tried to include Marash and surroundings to their fictitious “Big Armenia” through pogroms against Turks. But finally they were defeated together with their imperialist protectors and they had to leave Marash eternally.