Takoma Park, Washington DC: Review and Herald Publishing Assn.. Very Good. (c.1933). Unstated edition. Softcover. [general wear and external soiling, slight bumping and dog-earing at corners of all covers, some wear along spine, one-time owner's pencil signature on inside front cover]. Trade PB (B&W photo frontispiece, line drawings) One of numerous survivor narratives chronicling the suffering and horrors suffered by the Armenian people during the genocidal attacks perpetrated on them during the last years of the Ottoman Empire. This little book, apparently intended primarily for younger readers, appeared the same year as Franz Werfel's novel "The Forty Days of Musa Dagh," an international best-seller that's generally regarded as the book that first made a broader public aware of the extent of the Armenian Genocide. . (Inventory #: 20862)
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