published by Hodders & Stoughton 1917. 38 pages. This classic work includes the following chapters: Foreward The Aims of the Allies The Subject Peoples of Turkey The Murderous Tyranny of the Turks: The First Stage The Second Stage: Abd-ul-Hamid The Third Stage: The Young Turks The Armenian Atrocities of 1915 “Radically Alien to Western Civilisation” … Leer la continuación
Tag Biblio: Ottoman Empire
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.
“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 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
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 … Leer la continuación
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 … Leer la continuación
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.