Turkish Cruelties Upon the Armenia Christians: A Reign of Terror From Tartar Huts to Constantinople Palaces
Turkish Cruelties Upon the Armenia Christians: A Reign of Terror From Tartar Huts to Constantinople Palaces

Turkish Cruelties Upon the Armenia Christians: A Reign of Terror From Tartar Huts to Constantinople Palaces

Philadelphia, Pa. Imperial Publishing Co., 1896. First Edition. Hardcover. Title page continued: "Centuries of oppression--Moslem and Christian--sultan and patriarch--broken pledges followed by massacre and outrage. The Red Cross to the rescue." Assisted by Cyrus Hamlin and E.A. Grosvenor; with an introduction by Frances Willard. [2], 574 p.: 1 folded leaf containing a color map, 46 pages of black-and-white photographs; 22 cm. Publisher's blue cloth with gilt- and black-stamped spine and cover titles and illustration. Includes index. The author provides the history of Turkey and Armenia, as well as recounting the Hamidian massacres of Christian Armenians by the Turks of the 1890s. In Very Good Condition: cover is rubbed and slightly soiled; some corners just starting to fray; front endpapers scraped; title page slightly soiled; pages and illustrations are clean and tight. A solid copy of a scarce contemporary work. Very Good. Item #001625

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