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Angel of Aleppo

By M. Kay Nanian
Illustrations by Mariam Dashtoyan

The story of Reverend Hovhannes Eskijian, who risked his life to save children in Aleppo, Syria during the Armenian Genocide of 1915.

Product ID: 410 (Paperback) – Price $10.00


The Armenians of Musa Dagh: From Obscurity to Genocide Resistance and Fame 1840-1915

By Vahram Shemmassian, Ph.D.

A comprehensive history of the people of Musa Dagh, who rose to prominence with their resistance to the Genocide in 1915. The book demonstrates that this was a period of great change, during which the Musa Dagh Armenians transitioned from an isolated and largely unknown people to a collectivity that prepared to defend its national identity and rights against an increasingly discriminatory and oppressive Ottoman Empire.

Product ID: 408 (Papeback) – Price: $30.00


WeArmeniansSurvived

We Armenians Survived! The Battle of Marash, 1920

By Ellen Sarkisian Chesnut

We Armenians Survived! The Battle of Marash, 1920 is an unbelievable story of luck and the life affirming instincts of Armenians, including the author’s family, who not only survived this devastating battle but grew to find more strength, after being enmeshed in one of the more brutal genocidal events within the larger period of the Armenian Genocide of 1915-1923 in Turkey. Their personal stories, lives, and denouements are a heartening tribute to acknowledging world history and human wrongs.

Product ID: 384CO/Book – Price $14.95


Reclaiming Konia

By Heather Ruth Martin

A tale of love, loss and the Armenian Genocide – based on the true story of Melkon Jenanyan.

Product ID: 376CO – Price $14.99


The Martyred Armenian Writers 1915-1922: An Anthology

By Herand M. Markarian

An anthology of literary works of thirteen most prominent Armenian martyred writers. It includes their bios, literary accomplishments and literary characteristics. The book also contains samples of the works of the writers, translated from the original Armenian texts.

Product ID: 362C – Price $20.00


The Youth Home of Istanbul: A Story of the Remnants’ Return

By Hrant Guzelian

The story of Hrant Güzelian’s search and rescue operations of Islamized Armenian youth in historic Armenia. Güzelian, who was a survivor of the Armenian Genocide, founded the Youth Home of Istanbul in the basement of the Armenian Evangelical Church of Gedik Pasha and dedicated his life to searching and rescuing hundreds of Islamized Armenian youth living in historic Armenia, among whom were Hrant and Rakel Dink.

Product ID: 357 – Price $20.00


InstanbulsYouthHomeArmenian

Պոլսոյ Պատանեկան Տունը – Istanbul’s Youth Home: A Story of Remnants Returning Home (In Armenian)

By Հրանդ Կիւզէլեան – Hrant Guzelian

TThe story of Hrant Güzelian’s search and rescue operations of Islamized Armenian youth in historic Armenia. Güzelian, who was a survivor of the Armenian Genocide, founded the Youth Home of Istanbul in the basement of the Armenian Evangelical Church of Gedik Pasha and dedicated his life to searching and rescuing hundreds of Islamized Armenian youth living in historic Armenia, among whom were Hrant and Rakel Dink.

Product ID: 329/Book – Price $20.00


The Armenian Genocide Evidence from the German Foreign Office Archives, 1915-1916

Compiled and edited by Wolfgang Gust

In close to 800 pages the book contains hundreds of telegrams, letters and reports from German consular officials in the Ottoman Empire to the Foreign Office in Berlin which describe in graphic and shocking detail the unfolding genocide of the Armenians.

Product ID: 359/Book – Price $75.00


I Shall Not Die

By Rev. Nerses Sarian

The personal accounts of Rev. Nerses Sarian’s survival story during the Armenian Genocide and a record of the miracles of grace that he has experienced. As a picture of the Church in persecution, this story has the great virtue of being a firsthand account from one who was directly involved.

Product ID: 347/Book – Price $12.00


The Armenian Answer To The Armenian Question

By Richard Melikian

This book is not about the past. It is about the future. Though I consider it a wise thing to try and understand how and why the Armenian Genocide took place, that information and historical data is well documented. Numerous writers and historians have written excellent pieces on the events that took place in the first genocide of this century. But let us not dwell solely upon the sorrows that occurred. Let us press on to better shape the present so that the future will hold that much fewer of such similar tragedies. From this point on you are invited to join me in a walk into the future of the Armenian people. Where are we headed? What direction will you choose to follow? Join me as we ask the questions necessary to lead ourselves out of the early 1900’s and into citizens of the 21st century. –Richard G. Melikian

Product ID: 355CO/Book – Price $12.00


LatterDayOdyssey

A Latter-Day Odyssey

By Mihran Moses Koeroghlian

The personal accounts of Rev. Nerses Sarian’s survival story during the The autobiography of a man who survived the great Armenian tragedy during the Genocide.

Product ID: 157/Book – Price $18.00


Blessings in Bitter Cups

Rev. Giragos H. Chopourian, Ph.D.

A triumphant story of a small clan of successful working class Armenians living in Turkey just prior to World War I.

Product ID: 305/Book – Price $20.00


Escape to Musa Dagh or The Banishment of Zeitoun and Suedia’s Revolt

Translated from Armenian by Knarik O. Meneshian.

Gripping account of a courageous and determined people whose love of nation and God could note be crushed by evil.

Product ID: 259/Book – Price $7.00


Neither to Laugh Nor to Weep Third Edition

By Rev. A. Hartunian

Gripping account of a courageous and determined people whose love of nation and God could note be crushed by evil.

Product ID: 56C/Book – Price $12.95


Out of Darkness

By Ramela Martin

A story of dislocation, immigration, struggle, and survival.

Product ID: 219/Book – Price $13.00


The Civilized

By Arthur S. Yeranian

A story of dislocation, immigration, Reflections on the historic Armenian tragedy presented with philosophical thoughts about what causes supposedly “civilized” men to behave in cruel and destructive ways.

Product ID: 110/Book – Price $9.00


The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire

By Viscount Bryce

A monumental work, presenting the documented account of the genocide of the Armenian people.

Product ID: 14F/Book – Price $23.00


Torn Between Two Lands

By Robert Mirak

Armenians in America 1890 to World War I.  A comprehensive study of the Armenian community in America.

Product ID: 121/Book – Price $25.00


Yoljuluk

By William Nesbitt Chambers

Armenians in America 1890 to World War I.  A comprehensive study of the Thoughts and analysis on a life in Imperial Turkey.

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