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  • Author:
    Ara Sarafian
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The book is a primary source regarding the Armenian Genocide, and the Greek Genocide during the last years of the . United States Diplomacy on the Bosphorus: The Diaries of Ambassador Morgenthau, 1913-1916. Compiled with an introduction by Ara Sarafian.

The book is a primary source regarding the Armenian Genocide, and the Greek Genocide during the last years of the Ottoman Empire. When published, the book came under criticism by two prominent American historians regarding its coverage of Germany in the weeks before the onset of the war. Contents. On the Defense of Van. Discussions with Ottoman leaders. London: Taderon Press (Gomidas Institute).

The United States as a neutral power have no right to interfere in their internal affairs, and as I receive report after . Quoted from correspondence Henry Morgenthau to Henry Morgenthau J. dated Constantinople, 19 July 1915).

The United States as a neutral power have no right to interfere in their internal affairs, and as I receive report after report of the inhuman treatment that the Armenians are receiving, it makes me feel most sad, their lot seems to be very much the same as that of the Jews in Russia, and belonging to a persecuted race myself, I have. all the more sympathy with them. (Quoted from correspondence Henry Morgenthau to Henry Morgenthau J. American philanthropist and US ambassador to Ottoman Turkey 1913-16.

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United States Diplomacy On The Bosphorus: The Diaries Of Ambassador Morgenthau 1913-1916. United States Official Documents on the Armenian Genocide: The Peripheries (United States Official Documents on the Armenian Genocide). To the Desert: Pages from My Diary (Armenian Genocide Documentation). Vahram Tatrean, Ara Sarafian. Turkish Atrocities : Statements of American Missionaries on the Destruction of Christian Communities in Ottoman Turkey, 1915-1917 (Armenian Genocide Documentation Series).

Morgenthau, 1913-1916. Compiled with an introduction by Ara Sarafian, Gomidas. 1 United States Official Records on the Armenian Genocide 1915-1917, compiled with an introduction by Ara Sarafian, Princeton and London, 2004. United States Official Documents on the Armenian Genocide. Compiled and introduced by Ara Sarafian, v. I-III, Watertown, 1993-1995. 2 J. Bryce and A. Toynbee, The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, 1915-1916.

Formerly American Ambassador to Turkey. Garden City ⁠ New York. DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY. HENRY MORGENTHAU American Ambassador at Constantinople from 1913 to 1916.

About the Author: American philanthropist and US ambassador to Ottoman Turkey 1913-16.

2Diaries- United States Diplomacy on the Bosphorus, the Diaries of Ambassador Morgenthau, 1913-1916, published in 2004 by Gomidas Institute, Princeton and London. 159. C. Mutafian 160. ing the mean Morgenthau as totally indifferent to the Armenian question, essen-tially preoccupied by his friendship with the Turks and the attempts to transfer East European Jews to Ottoman areas (p. 29, 38, 45), is as schematic as showing the nice Wilson obsessed by the fate of Western Armenia (p. 63, 124, 139); maybe Wilson needed Armenians and.

Ambassador Morgenthau's Story is the title of the published memoirs of Henry .

Ambassador Morgenthau's Story is the title of the published memoirs of Henry Morgenthau Sr. . Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire from 1913 to 1916, until the day of his resignation from the post. The book is a primary source regarding the Armenian Genocide, and the Greek Genocide during the last years of the Ottoman Empire; when published, the book came under criticism by two prominent American historians regarding its coverage of Germany in the weeks before the onset of the war.

FROM THE INTRODUCTION: The ruin and devastation that is being wrought here is heart-rending. The Government is using its present opportunity while all other countries are at war, to obliterate the Armenian race, and the worst of it is that it is impossible to stop it... The United States as a neutral power have no right to interfere in their internal affairs, and as I receive report after report of the inhuman treatment that the Armenians are receiving, it makes me feel most sad, their lot seems to be very much the same as that of the Jews in Russia, and belonging to a persecuted race myself, I have all the more sympathy with them. (Quoted from correspondence Henry Morgenthau to Henry Morgenthau Jr., dated Constantinople, 19 July 1915).