3124) “Britain And The Armenian Question, 1915-1923" Review

Book Excerpts - Akaby Nassibian 1984 – Croom Helm, London

This book is a masterpiece of scholar research, from the standpoint of a devoted Armenian historian, who analyzes the heavy impact of Armenian - British relations and as usual with all Armenian author books, places the blame on British for not having kept their promises. The significance of this book, which apparently made use of some Armenian archives as well, is to demonstrate without any doubt that the Armenian revolutions were inflicted by the Allies and that Armenians were not “innocent victims” since their rebellious leaders dragged their community in a series of mishaps, and got away later. This review is
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