Forbidden Homeland
Story of a Diasporan

(ISBN: 979-836-0127-79-6)
Paperback (Signed)
(ISBN: 979-836-0127-79-6)
371 pages
Size: 6" x 9"
Language(s): English

The story of how a single innocent comment ended up unlocking answers to a lifetime of ancestral inquiries.

Using personal accounts of diaspora, author Katia Tavitian Karageuzian delves into her cultural past to start solving mysteries about her family history with a focus on the Armenian Genocide and the ongoing Karabakh conflict.

Karageuzian thought her journey started with the discovery of long-lost relatives, but instead, that discovery led to a decades-long search to reveal the extensive history of American involvement in the destiny of her homeland and a buried record of those living with generational trauma.

As she slowly uncovers the answers she is looking for, Karageuzian also discovers surprising truths along the way—and an inspiring resilience that readers won’t soon forget.

Now, for the first time, she shares both her research and the answers she dug up in order to expose the geopolitics that consistently bury those truths and muffle the current ongoing wars in Transcaucasia.

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