Tag Biblio: Armenia
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
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.
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.
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
Article about « Under the heel of the Turk » by William H. Hall A land with a glorious past, a present of abused opportunities, and a future of golden possibilities Published in july 1918 by the National Geographic Society, Washington D.C. 21 pages.
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