- Author:Abraham H. Hartunian
- Publisher:Armenian Heritage Pr; 3 edition (June 1, 1999)
- Pages:206 pages
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Written by. Abraham H. Hartunian. Manufacturer: Beacon Press Release date: 18 August 1999 ISBN-10 : 0935411151 ISBN-13: 9780935411157.
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Hartunian, Abraham H. Neither to Laugh nor to Weep: An Odyssey of Faith; A Memoir of the Armenian Genocide. Translated by Vartan Hartunian. 3rd ed. Belmont, MA: Armenian Heritage Press, 1999. South Yorkshire, UK: Pen & Sword Books, 2009. Herzog, Dagmar, ed. Brutality and Desire: War and Sexuality in Europe’s Twentieth Century.
Mr. Hartunian, who became one of the religious leaders of the Armenian people during their quarter-century of persecution, offers an impassioned condemnation cf not only the Turkish ""monsters"" but of Western powers who stood by-""all the Christian powers of the world are our murderers. Or even abetted massacre-the betrayal of the French in particular.
Description: The memoirs of Abraham Hartunian, an Armenian Evangelical clergyman who ministered in Turkey in Zeytoon, Marash, and Smyrna from 1906 to 1922, saw his people reduced to scattered and ragged remnants. The theme throughout these memoirs is not an angry wish for revenge or a desire to open old wounds. Instead, the quiet voice of Reverend Hartunian offers a profound warning: when governments forget that they are dealing with human beings, not abstract problems, the results can be horribly inhuman.