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by Yervant Odian

eBook Accursed Years: My Exile and Return from Der Zor, 1914-1919 download ISBN: 1903656842
Author: Yervant Odian
Publisher: Gomidas Inst (March 4, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 346
ePub: 1852 kb
Fb2: 1843 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Accursed Years: My Exile. has been added to your Cart. Anyone interested in the plight of nations should look at this book

Accursed Years: My Exile. Anyone interested in the plight of nations should look at this book. It is written with utmost professionalism, keeping to the daily facts as they transpire.

Yervant Odian was an avid and heavy drinker, this vice would eventually prove fatal. My Exile and Return from Der Zor, 1914-1919, Garod Books, London 2009. Yervant Odian spent the last days of his life in Cairo, Egypt where he was buried at the age of 56. Post Death and Legacy. Even nearly a century after his death, his work lives on thanks to support from the Armenian community, largely from Armenian Genocide remembrance groups. Comrade Clueless (Ընկեր Փանջունի), Constantinople, from 1914 on (several books).

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Yervant Odian is considered to be one of the most influential Armenian satirists, along with the roughly contemporary Hagop. My Exile and Return from Der Zor, 1914-1919

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My Exile and Return from Der Zor, 1914-1919, Garod Books, London 2009.

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A remarkable account of a survivor of the Armenian Genocide. Odian was sent to the depts of the Der Zor desert (in Syria) and witnessed the remnants of over 300,000 Armenians who were killed in that area. His own exile to Der Zor had been delayed for a number of factors, and he thus survived the killing fields of the Armenian Genocide.