Langues Biblio: Anglais
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
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.
A memorandum presented officially by the representatives of Armenia to the Peace Conference at Versailles, on February 26th, 1919. Text in english and french. Published by the delegation of the Armenian Republic to the Peace Conference. 75 pages.
“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.
The 50th anniversary of the genocide perpetrated on the Armenians. Published by the central committee for the liberation of the Armenian territories from Turkey, Beirut, 1965. 12 pages.