Crime of the Ages, The
A Chronicle of Turkey's Genocide of the Armenians

Sebuh Aguni (Author)
(ISBN: 978-0-984-33904-4)
2010 Toluca Lake
125 pages
Size: 6" x 9"
Language(s): English

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In 1919 Sebuh Aguni chronicled the large-scale plunder, deportations, and massacres that were systematically perpetrated by the Turkish government in its effort to exterminate the Armenian population of Turkey. The Crime of the Ages - the first English translation of Aguni's study - is an invaluable work of historiography as it encompasses not only first-hand victim accounts of the Turkish atrocities, but a wealth of evidential information culled from Turkish, European, and American official sources. Brimming with the eloquent, vivid narrative of a journalist and survivor, The Crime of the Ages portrays, in prodigious documentary detail, one of history's most heinous crimes, the Genocide of the Armenians.

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