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Avetis Nazarbek
SIGNED 1899 Nazarbek THROUGH STORM ARMENIA Armenian Flag Rare Old Version Colors
UK: John Murray, London, 1899. Good condition overall - ex-library copy wit usual markings. Through The Storm: Pictures of Life in Armenia - 1st Edition - 1899 Very rare - Signed By The Author Copy THROUGH THE STORM: PICTURES OF LIFE IN ARMENIA by Avetis Nazarbek. 1899 Printed in 1899, this is the First English language edition. Publisher: John Murray, London. Translated by L.M. Elton. Red cloth hardcover. Binding is in good condition. Overall the book is in good condition, the flag on the spine has some discoloration. 322 pages. An ex-library copy with usual markings. This is a remarkably informative book filled with author's firsthand experiences of life in Armenia. This book consists of a series of incidents drawn from the actual life of the Armenian people, many of them relating to the Armenian Revolutionary movement. The Revolutionary Armenian Party was also called the Huntchak (The Bell) party. Huntchak, as the Turkish government would say, the enemy of peace and law in Armenia; but in all actuality, they are ardent patriots who strive to do their utmost for the good of their own people. These flags were the Italian colors, adopted by Alishan based on the liturgical sundays garmir giragi and ganach giragi. Signed By The Author Copy! From the library of Arnold Toynbee. Arnold Joseph Toynbee (14 April 1889 - 22 October 1975) was a British historian, a philosopher of history, an author of numerous books and a research professor of international history at the London School of Economics and King's College in the University of London. Toynbee in the 1918-1950 period was a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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