The Genocide of Truth Continues - But Facts Tell the Real Story

 
9786055500078: The Genocide of Truth Continues - But Facts Tell the Real Story

The author is a businessman. The book is about the Armenian genocide of 1915. The book tries to refute the fact that the mass murder of the Armenians in 1915 was in reality a defacto genocide. Editors: Translator: 523 pages.

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SÜKRÜ SERVER AYA.
Published by Derin Yayinlari, Istanbul (2010)
ISBN 10: 6055500078 ISBN 13: 9786055500078
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Book Description Derin Yayinlari, Istanbul, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Original bdg. HC. Roy. 8vo. (24 x 17 cm). In English. [xii], 523 p. The genocide of truth continues. But facts tell the real story. Sukru Server Aya has taken on a thankless but extremely valuable task. Generations of scholars, politicians, and internet bloggers will make use of his work, often not citing the source. Others those who do not want what Aya has uncovered ever to be seen will excoriate him. Heedless of both supporters and detractors, Aya has continued to collect and analyze the documents and assertions that underlie the Armenian Question. He may not ever be properly thanked for his labors, but those of us who appreciate his discoveries know their great value. -Justin A. McCarthy- Justin McCarthy is Professor of History and Distinguished University Scholar at the University of Louisville. Among his works on related subjects: Muslims and Minorities (1983), Death and Exile (1995), The Ottoman Turks (1997), The Ottoman Peoples and End of Empire (2001), The Armenian Rebellion at Van (2006), and The Turk in America (2010). Although clearly not a trained and scholarly historian, Sukru Server Aya has offered over many years a monumental service in collecting documents unmistakably illustrating the exaggerated, inconsistent statements about the treatment of the Ottoman Government, and Turks generally, of Armenians during WWI. The evidence here is of a prejudicial, one-sided and venomous anti-Turkish stance characteristic of a time when the defeated Turks were fair game. Aya's collection of the words of influential Armenian advocates cannot be ignored and yet it has been and most likely will continue to be. Yet if the world listens to the facts Aya so passionately presents, a step forward will have been taken to interrupt the continuous cycle of murderous Insatiable rage based on the events of a century ago. -Sam S. Baskett-. ARMENIANS Deportation, 1915 Ottoman Empire World War 1 Union and Progress Party (Ittihad ve Terakki Cemiyeti) Armenian question. Bookseller Inventory # 020468

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AYA, SUKRU SERVER
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Book Description Istanbul: Derin Yayinlari, 2010., Istanbul:, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. AYA, SUKRU SERVER The genocide of truth continues. Istanbul: Derin Yayinlari, 2010. Large 8vo., xii, 523 p. Sukru Server Aya has taken on a thankless but extremely valuable task. Generations of scholars, politicians, and internet bloggers will make use of his work, often not citing the source. Others those who do not want what Aya has uncovered ever to be seen will excoriate him. Heedless of both supporters and detractors, Aya has continued to collect and analyze the documents and assertions that underlie the Armenian Question. He may not ever be properly thanked for his labors, but those of us who appreciate his discoveries know their great value. -Justin A. McCarthy- Justin McCarthy is Professor of History and Distinguished University Scholar at the University of Louisville. Among his works on related subjects: Muslims and Minorities (1983), Death and Exile (1995), The Ottoman Turks (1997), The Ottoman Peoples and End of Empire (2001), The Armenian Rebellion at Van (2006), and The Turk in America (2010). Although clearly not a trained and scholarly historian, Sukru Server Aya has offered over many years a monumental service in collecting documents unmistakably illustrating the exaggerated, inconsistent statements about the treatment of the Ottoman Government, and Turks generally, of Armenians during WWI. The evidence here is of a prejudicial, one-sided and venomous anti-Turkish stance characteristic of a time when the defeated Turks were fair game. Aya's collection of the words of influential Armenian advocates cannot be ignored and yet it has been and most likely will continue to be. Yet if the world listens to the facts Aya so passionately presents, a step forward will have been taken to interrupt the continuous cycle of murderous Insatiable rage based on the events of a century ago. -Sam S. Baskett- Original binding. New ISBN: 9786055500078 CATALOG: Armenica KEYWORDS: Armenian question Armenian deportation World War I Ottoman Union and Progress Party Late Ottoman history. Bookseller Inventory # 54566

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Aya, Sükrü Server
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Book Description Derin Yayinlari, 2010. Book Condition: New. The author is a businessman. The book is about the Armenian genocide of 1915. The book tries to refute the fact that the mass murder of the Armenians in 1915 was in reality a defacto genocide. Editors: Translator: 523 pages. Bookseller Inventory # B1211137

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