Type de Travail: Studies
A documented expose of Turkish distortions. Translated and edited with an introduction, maps and postscript by Elisha B. Chrakian. Published by Armenian Studies, Watertown, Massachusetts, 1965. 83 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
“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.
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
What Turkish sources say on the subject. A publication of the commemorative committee on the 50th anniversary of the Turkish massacres of the Armenians. Published at Boston, 1965. 16 pages.
The story of martyred Armenia The christian people of ancient eden ,and their cruel persecutions by the moslems by G.H. Sandison Published by the christian herald, Louis Klopsch, New-York, 1896. 45 pages
“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.
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 question of responsibility: A review of the genocide of the Armenians 1914-1922 Appendix: Decoding the Intrangovernmental communications of the Ittihad ve Terraki Government in the Ottoman Empire. April 24, 1980. 32 pages
The evolution of Armenian and world alphabets by Melkon Armen Khandjian. Chart of the evolution of Armenian alphabet, from the Stone Age to the present. Armenological studies research and exhibits. Published by Atla april 24, 1976. U.S.A.