The study of the history of the Turks and Armenians in World War I has suffered from an excess of unsupported assertion. The Great War and The Forced Migration of Armenians corrects the record with research that considers all sides of the issue and, more important, bases its conclusions on facts rather than ideology. Kemal Çiçek carefully analyzes the various claims that have until now been largely accepted without properly scholarly scrutiny. Utilizing Ottoman, European, and American sources, he shows what actually happened during the relocation of the Ottoman Armenians. The Great War and The Forced Migration of Armenians will become a cornerstone of the history of the Turks and Armenians in World War I. In the future, anyone who studies that history with an open mind will not be able to ignore Çiçek s detailed and convincing analysis. Justin McCarthy Distinguished University Scholar University of Louisville
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