The Armenian Atrocities: The Murder of a Nation, with a speech delivered by Lord Bryce in the House of Lords

By: Toynbee, Arnold J

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The Armenian Atrocities: The Murder of a Nation, with a speech delivered by Lord Bryce in the House of Lords by Toynbee, Arnold J
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London, United Kingdom: Hodder & Stoughton, 1915. Documents the first genocide of the 20th century where tho Ottoman Turks tried to wipe out the Armenians. Scarce first work of this noted historian. Condition is very nice though professionally strengthened at spine and staples removed before resetting, map has been improved by creating a fold out rather than double page, and binding in opposing contents page. 117 pages, copy is crisp and bright.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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