Ambassador Morgenthau's Story

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 264 pages
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It was some time before the story of the Armenian atrocities reached the American Embassy in all its horrible details. In January and February fragmentary reports began to filter in, but the tendency was at first to regard them as mere manifestations of the disorders that had prevailed in the Armenian provinces for many years. When the reports came from Urumia, both Enver and Talaat dismissed them as wild exaggerations.

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User Review  - Jeni Enjaian - Goodreads

I read an edition full of transcription errors which was a bit distracting but otherwise readable. This book was chock full of valuable resources for a historian like myself interested in the Armenian ... Read full review

Review: Ambassador Morgenthau's Story

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I read an edition full of transcription errors which was a bit distracting but otherwise readable. This book was chock full of valuable resources for a historian like myself interested in the Armenian ... Read full review

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