AMBASSADOR MORGENTHAU'S STORY
by Hentry Morgenthau with an introduction by Ara Sarafian
Henry Morgenthau was the United States ambassador to Ottoman Turkey between 1913 and 1916. In 1914 he witnessed the Ottoman entry into World War I, followed by the Allied Dardanelles’ campaign, and the genocide of Armenians. His memoir, Ambassador Morgenthau’s Story, was written in 1918 with the authority of first hand observer and remains one of the classic accounts of World War I.
Ambassador Morgenthau's Story, one of the best known personal accounts of the Armenian Genocide, has been republished by the Gomidas Institute. It remains as powerful today as it was when it was first published.