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This is the English-language edition of Zaven Der Yeghiayan"s memoirs originally published in Cairo, Egypt in 1947. Der Yeghiayan was the Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople from 1913 to 1923. His memoirs cover the Young Turks" (Ittihadists) rise to power, their rule, and their criminal legacy of annihilation of the Armenian population in Ottoman Turkey. What makes this memoir so different from others is that Der Yeghiayan brings the reader behind-the-scenes into the intimate rooms of political intrigue that shaped one of the darkest decades in Armenian history. My Patriarchal Memoirs is the story of a man"s fight for the salvation of his people against the overwhelming and conflicting interests of world powers.
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My Patriarchal Memoirs is the story of a man's fight for the salvation of his people against the overwhelming and conflicting interests of world powers. sh. Edition Description. This is the English-language edition My Patriarchal Memoirs book Zaven Der Yeghiayan's memoirs originally published in Cairo, Egypt in Der Yeghiayan was the Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople from to His memoirs.
My patriarchal memoirs. Barrington, RI: Mayreni Pub., (OCoLC) Named Person: Zawēn, Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople; Zawēn, Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Zawēn, Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople; Ared Misirliyan; Vatche Ghazarian.
My Patriarchal Memoirs, originally published in Armenian inexamines the life of Zaven Der Yeghiayan--the Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople from to His memoir covers the Young Turks' (Ittihadists) rise to power intheir rule, and their annihilation of the Armenian population in Ottoman Empire.
My Patriarchal Memoirs Armenian Research Center collection: Author: Zawēn (Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople) Editor: Vatche Ghazarian: Translated by: Ared Misirliyan: Edition: illustrated.
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