Biblio LivresThe Association for the Research and the Archiving of the Armenian Memory offers in this section a wide selection of works covering several themes: history, geography, politics, religion, diplomacy, poetry, narrative, novels, history of art and iconography, biographies, atlases, etc.
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Sesion sobre el genocidio de los Armenios, 13-16 de april, 1984, Paris. Veredicto. 27 páginas. La traducción inglesa del Veredicto del Tribunal Permanente de los Pueblos sobre el caso del Genocidio Armenio ha sido publicada y distribuida por el Zoryan Institute, Cambridge, Massachusetts, con el permiso del Tribunal Permanente de los Pueblos. La presente traducción … Continued
This book contains two documents written by participants in the struggle in Van in 1915. An Account of the Glorious Struggle of Van-Vasbouragan, an eyewitness account written by Onnig Mukhitarian in 1930, and translated into English by Samuel S. Tarpinian in 1967. and the Epic Story of the Self Defense of Armenians in the Historic … Continued
A documented expose of Turkish distortions. Translated and edited with an introduction, maps and postscript by Elisha B. Chrakian. Published by Armenian Studies, Watertown, Massachusetts, 1965. 83 pages.
First published in Great Britain by Hodder & Stoughton, 1917. Published by Tankian Publishing Corporation, 1975. 52 pages This classic work includes the following chapters: Foreward The Aims of the Allies The Subject Peoples of Turkey The Murderous Tyranny of the Turks: The First Stage The Second Stage: Abd-ul-Hamid The Third Stage: The Young Turks … Continued
published by Hodders & Stoughton 1917. 38 pages. This classic work includes the following chapters: Foreward The Aims of the Allies The Subject Peoples of Turkey The Murderous Tyranny of the Turks: The First Stage The Second Stage: Abd-ul-Hamid The Third Stage: The Young Turks The Armenian Atrocities of 1915 “Radically Alien to Western Civilisation” … Continued
Published by the Armenian general benevolent union of America, New-York, 1974. 142 pages. “Ambassador Henry Morgenthau’s unimpeachable report concerning the virtual annihilation of the Armenian minority in Turkey during 1915,” originally published in 1918 by Doubleday, page and Company.
The memoirs of Naim Bey. Reprinted in 1964 with a new preface by the Armenian historical research association. Turkish official documents relating to the deportations and massacres of Armenians compiled by Aram Andonian. Published by the Armenian historical research association, 1964. 134 pages.
“Dedicated to the memory of my beloved father who was among thechief of the cilician martyrs of armenian in 1909, and to the memory of fifteen other martyrs of my immediate relatives in 1915 and 1916”. Published Meshach Paul Krikorian in 1919. 52 pages.
The Beginnings of genocide, an account of the Armenian massacres in World War I. by Joseph Guttmann. The Memoirs of Naim Bey by Aram Andonian. Preface revised and expanded two maps and new genocide photographs. Published by Armenian Historical Research Association, 1965, 175 pages.
A comprehensive and readable source record of the world great war, emphasizing the more important events, and presenting these as complete narratives in the actual words of the chief officials and most eminent leaders. Presenting documents from government archives and other authoritative sources, without line narratives indices, chronologies, and courses of reading on sociological movements … Continued
The Cross and The Crescent is a remarkably compelling documentation of the murder of 1.5 million men, women and children – civilians – by the Turks in 1915. Avakian, whose own parents had escaped earlier pogroms engineered by the Ottoman Turks, pulls no punches in this highly detailed account that reveals the facts about what … Continued