Volume 3 number 16. Articles published in the revue History of the first World War. Genocide in Turkey – by A. O. Sarkissian Relief of Kut, the first attempt – by F. W. Woodhouse Relief of Kut, the last chance – by A. J. Barker Townshend: Surrender, capture and disgrace – by Donald Clark. 17 … Continued
Langues Biblio: Anglais
Translated from the Armenian with portraits. Published by G.H. Doran Company, New-York, 1918. 53 pages.
First published in 1977 by Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd, London 1977. 162 pages. Table of contents the Armenians of Diyarbakyr the Armenians of Bitlis the Armenians of Van the Armenians of Erzuruk the Armenians of Trebizond the Armenians of Sivas the Armenians of Seyhan the Armenians of Elazig the Armenians of Syria I. The … Continued
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
Tankian publishing corporation. New-York. 1975. 126 pages. First published in Great Britain by Hodder & Stoughton, 1917. Table of contents. – Forword – Statement by LOrd Bryce – The evidence – Armenia before the massacres – The plan of the massacres – The road to death – The journey’s end – False excuse – Murder … Continued
This book describes Nansen’s visit to Armenia and Georgia in 1925. By this time the Communists were firmly in control, both in Moscow and in the outlying states making up the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. This excursion provides an interesting contrast with the Russia of the Tsar seen in Siberia – The Land of … Continued
Publication of the American Committee for the independence of Armenia. Boston. 1950 Chap I : The Turkish Flail Chap II : The Advent of the Young Turks Chap III : From Torpor to Self-defense Chap IV : The First World War Chap V : The Massacres of 1915-1916 Chap VI : Russia and the Armenians … Continued
Translated front The Armenian by James G. Mandalian Hairenik Publishing Company, Boston. 1943. 120 pages. 1 – Armenia et the Armenians 2 – The Armenian Question 3 – Reforms and Massacres 4 – The Revolutionary Movement and the Political Parties 5 – The War, Deportations and Massacres 6 – Events in Transcaucasia 7 – Events … Continued
A leading factor in the winning of the War By Garo Pasdermadjian (Armen Garo), Ex-deputy in Turk Parliament; Former Commander 2nd Battalion Armenian Volunteers in Caucasus; Special Envoy to America of His Holiness, the Catholicos. Translated from Armenian by A. Torossian 36 pages. 1919.