Biblio Livres

The 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.
You will find: indexed books to be consulted on-site, and digitized books- available online.
This section is in constant evolution with various documents added regularly.

The Armenian holocaust
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A bibliography relating to the deportations, massacres, and dispersion of the Armenian people, 1915-1923. Published by the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1980. 60 pages.

The Armenian genocide
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“I dedicate this book in memory of 1.5 million innocent Armenian victims massacred by Ottoman Turkey in 1915” Rafik Sarkissian Compiled and edited by Libarid Azadian and Armen Donoyan. Published by “Navasart” Foundation, Los Angeles, California, 1987. 152 pages.

Retracing the footsteps of our forefathers
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Published by the Armenian apostolic church of America, New-York, 1977. 155 pages. Contents: Preface The struggle for freedom Ara the Fair Tigran the Great The conversion of Armenia to christianity The Story of St. Gregory the Illuminator Mesrob Mashtots St. Vartan and the Battle of Vartanantz Armenians in the Byzantine Empire The role of the … Continued

Martyred Armenia
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Martyred Armenia by Fa’iz El-Ghusein bedouin notable of Damascus. An eyewitness account of the mistreatment of the Armenians in the name of Islam. Tankian Publishing Corporation, New-York, 1975. 68 pages. First published in Great Britain by C. Arthur Pearson, Ltd. , 1917.

Story of Near East Relief
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“To all who have shared in this humanitarian enterprise”. James Levi Barton was a missionary and executive of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM). Published by The Macmillan Company, New-York, November 1930. 567 pages.

Hitler and the Armenian genocide
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“Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?” A. Hitler. Zoryan institute special report number 3. Published by the Zoryan institute for contemporary Armenian research and documentation, 1985, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 86 pages.

The horrors of Aleppo
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Seen by a German eyewitness by Dr Martin Niepage. This memorial edition of the horrors of Aleppo is also designed to commemorate the 60 the anniversary of the Armenian genocide. New Age publishers. New-York. 28 pages.

Armenian massacres and Turkish tyranny
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Armenian massacres or the sword of mohammed containing a complete and thrilling account of the terrible atrocities and whole sale murders committed in Armenia by mohammedan fanatics including a full account of the turkish people, their history, government ,manners, customs and strange religious belief by Frederick Davis Greene. To which is added the mohammedan reign … Continued

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