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Book "The Armenian Legionnaires: Sacrifice and Betrayal in World War I"
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Product description: Book published by Mediamax and is presented within the framework of Newmag and friends program. The cover is hard. This book introduces readers to an important but little-known aspect of Middle Eastern history during World War I. The Armenian Legion was formed while the genocide of the Armenian population by the Ottoman Empire was still going on. ց The cynical policies of the great powers. The book includes eyewitness accounts, memoirs, letters, stories, documents, photographs passed on to families, as well as excerpts from interviews with legionnaires' children and grandchildren. Many of them were collected in the 1980s and archived by Michael Najaryan. In conclusion, the reader will find photos of men in uniform representing all forces on different fronts, standing together proudly in front of the camera during community gatherings. They loved to share their stories and dreams, as evidenced by family and friends, and remained true comrades-in-arms and patriots. Susan Paul Pattin is an Honorary Senior Fellow at University College London (UCL) նախկին Former Director of the Armenian Institute in London. In recent years, he has been the director of the Armenian Museum of America and the director of a program to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in Washington. He holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Michigan. Ethnography of the Armenians Restoring a Community ”(1997). 288 pages

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