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#21 irlandahay



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Posted 11 February 2007 - 03:30 PM

QUOTE(iminhokis @ Feb 9 2007, 07:52 AM) View Post

i read his book "La Dette de sang : Un Arménien traque les responsables du génocide 1921-1922 (Poche)" in french but the original exists in english as well.

Jai "opération némésis" chez moi, javais commencé a le lire mais j'ai arreté pour lire "40 days of musa dagh"" de franz werfel.

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 09:04 AM


 March 12, 2014 



Arshavir Shiragian’s ‘The Legacy’ E-book Released


Arshavir Shiragian’s The Legacy: Memoirs of an Armenian Patriot is now available for $3.99 on the Kindle, iTunes and Google Play stores

WATERTOWN, Mass.—The Hairenik Association has republished Arshavir Shiragian’s The Legacy: Memoirs of an Armenian Patriot as an e-Book. The Legacy can be downloaded for $3.99 on the Kindle, iTunes and Google Play stores (search for “Arshavir”). The book chronicles the extraordinary story of Arshavir Shiragian who embarked on an international man hunt to track down and assassinate the Turkish masterminds of the Armenian Genocide.TheLegacy_Ebook2-187x300.jpg

During World War I, the Ottoman Empire undertook a systematic extermination of its Armenian subjects from their historic homeland. Several of the key perpetrators fled to Europe as 1.5 million Armenians lay dead.

In The Legacy, Shiragian recounts how he located and assassinated the men responsible for this crime against humanity. He describes how he tracked down and killed the Grand Vizier, Sayid Halim Pasha, in Rome. A few months later, Shiragian, together with Aram Yerganian, located and shot dead Jemal Azmi Pasha, the governor-general of Trebizond, and Dr. Behaeddin Shakir Bey, the mastermind of the Armenian Genocide.

Arshavir’s daughter, Sonia Shiragian, who completed the translation of the book in 1976 noted “It is important that authentic histories of all people be taught so that lies can never take over and distort reality and so that we know who we are and where we came from, in an effort to understand ourselves and not let history repeat itself.”

The book can be purchased via the following links:

Amazon Kindle: http://www.amazon.co...k/dp/B00G9QZBGM

Apple iTunes: https://itunes.apple...734978971?mt=11

Google Play: https://play.google....-AQAAQBAJ&hl=en

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