The Tragedy of Armenia: A Brief Study and Interpretation

The Tragedy of Armenia: A Brief Study and Interpretation

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The Tragedy of Armenia: A Brief Study and Interpretation

The Tragedy of Armenia: A Brief Study and Interpretation

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Armenian crucifixion at the hand of the Turkish Government and with the approval if not direct co-operation of Germany, has touched the heart of humanity. The world has witnessed one of the most ancient and notable of all the races of history subject to protracted attacks, atrocious beyond the power of words to describe, with no conceivable reason except to exterminate an entire people whose chief offence was industry and whose unforgivable crime the profession and practice of Christianity.

This story is the Armenian side of one of the tragedies of ancient and modern history, told simply, without passion and harrowing details, and yet with directness and pathos commanding our profoundest admiration.

It is one of the marvels of history that the Armenian nation, swept with almost perpetual war, persecution and massacre for many long dark centuries, has retained its beautiful language, its religion and its national soul, and . . .

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