328 s, sert kapak ciltli, İngilizce.
The myth that the ottoman empire's Armenian subjects were the innocent victims of wanton massacre has had a powerful hold. It is a myth that has served the interests of those countries who wanted to carve up the 'sick man of Europe' especially after the end of the first world war. Now, in this book, the distinguished Turkish diplomat and political scientist Kamuran Gurun presents the first objective account of this subject available in English. Mr Gurun has had full access to foreign and ottoman national archives and has sifted through the relevant documents from every available source. In this important historical work, he provides the evidence which gives the English-speaking world its first opportunity to see Armenian terrorism in perspective, from the time of the first world war up to the present day. At the same time, the author examines the links between today's Armenian terrorists and other international terrorist organisations.