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Surviving the Forgotten Armenian Genocide: A Moving Personal Story

Smpat Chorbadjian

Surviving the Forgotten Armenian Genocide: A Moving Personal Story

Smpat Chorbadjian

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:A gripping eye witness account of the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Turkish government against its Armenian subjects during World War 1. Smpat Chorbadjian tells his story of the appalling hardships he suffered. It reveals his courage, endurance and will to survive, also recording his healing and restoration, after years of misery. This book makes a compelling narrative as it sheds light on the frequently forgotten experience of Turkey's Christians, against a background of global conflict.

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About "Surviving the Forgotten Armenian Genocide: A Moving Personal Story"

:A gripping eye witness account of the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Turkish government against its Armenian subjects during World War 1. Smpat Chorbadjian tells his story of the appalling hardships he suffered. It reveals his courage, endurance and will to survive, also recording his healing and restoration, after years of misery. This book makes a compelling narrative as it sheds light on the frequently forgotten experience of Turkey's Christians, against a background of global conflict.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Smpat Chorbadjian

Smpat Chorbadjian (1898-1963), was born into a strong Christian heritage, which was very precious to him. He had a life-changing personal encounter with Jesus Christ in 1931. After the tempestuous events of this narrative, Smpat spent the rest of his life peacefully in Cyprus as a tailor raising 3 sons.

Table Of Contents

  • :foreword, Chapter 1: Forced To Leave, Chapter 2: The Hardships Of Daily Life, Chapter 3: Experiences In Tafilah, Chapter 4 Under Occupation, Chapter 5 Escape To Hebron, Chapter 6 Journeys As A Soldier, Chapter 7: Reunited And Still On The Move, Chapter 8: A Home In Cyprus, Conclusion, Glossary Of Unfamiliar Terms, Appendix: The Testimony Of Elmas.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 480151
  • Product Code 9780991614578
  • ISBN 0991614577
  • EAN 9780991614578
  • Pages 136
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Social Issues
  • Publisher Barnabas Fund Pty Ltd
  • Sales Rank #62078
  • Dimensions 0 x 0 x 0 mm
  • Weight 0.239kg

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