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Thérèse Philippe Bresse offers a lecture in which she informs her audience of her first hand account of the suffering of Syrian and Armenian people in the early twentieth century and appeals for their help in liberating them.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-580-1
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Sep 12,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 20
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61143-580-1
$89.00
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This volume contains the text of a lecture delivered by Thérèse Philippe Bresse at St. Anthony’s Institute in Alexandria in 1919 in which she provides her own first hand account of events in the middle east in the early twentieth century. More specifically, Bresse describes the suffering of the Syrian people resulting from a great famine and the many atrocities against the Armenian people that have come to be known as the Armenian Massacre. Bresse includes citations from the journals of other first hand accounts, including that of her husband, as further evidence for the events. She appeals to her audience to join the cause to liberate the Syrians and Armenians in the post-World War I restructuring of national boundaries.

This volume contains the text of a lecture delivered by Thérèse Philippe Bresse at St. Anthony’s Institute in Alexandria in 1919 in which she provides her own first hand account of events in the middle east in the early twentieth century. More specifically, Bresse describes the suffering of the Syrian people resulting from a great famine and the many atrocities against the Armenian people that have come to be known as the Armenian Massacre. Bresse includes citations from the journals of other first hand accounts, including that of her husband, as further evidence for the events. She appeals to her audience to join the cause to liberate the Syrians and Armenians in the post-World War I restructuring of national boundaries.

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Therese Philippe Bresse

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  • Copyright (page 4)
  • Series Foreword (page 5)
  • The Syrian Famine and the Armenian Atroeities: A Lecture (page 7)
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