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.
Tag Biblio: Turkey
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 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.
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.
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
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
In 1918, the Armenian people emerged from centuries of foreign domination to establish a small Republic in the russian armenian Provinces of the Caucasus. While the populace struggled for physical survival in a devastated land, armenian Representatives at the Paris Peace Conference appealed for supportive action and the means to extend the boundaries of the … Continued