CRIME OF THE AGES, THE: A chronicle of Turkey's Genocide of the Armenians
By Sebuh Aguni, Translated by Ishkhan Jinbashian
In 1919 Sebuh Aguni chronicled the large-scale plunder, deportations, and massacres that were systematically perpetrated by the Turkish government in its effort to exterminate the Armenian population of Turkey. The Crime of the Ages - the first English translation of Aguni's study - is an invaluable work of historiography as it encompasses not only first-hand victim accounts of the Turkish atrocities, but a wealthy of evidential information culled from Turkish, European, and American official sources. Brimming with the eloquent, vivid narrative of a journalist and survivor, The Crime of the Ages portrays, in prodigious documentary detail, one of history's most heinous crimes, the Genocide of the Armenians.
H. and K. Manjikian Publications (2010), Genocide Library - Volume 4