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Goodbye, Antoura : A Memoir of the Armenian Genocide

By: Panian, Karnig.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Palo Alto : Stanford University Press, 2015Description: 1 online resource (212 p.).ISBN: 9780804796347.Subject(s): Armenian massacres survivors -- Lebanon -- Biography | Armenian massacres, 1915-1923 -- Personal narratives | Banean, Gaṛnik, -- 1910-1989 -- Childhood and youth | Orphans -- Lebanon -- ʿAynṭūrah -- Biography | World War, 1914-1918 -- Atrocities -- TurkeyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Goodbye, Antoura : A Memoir of the Armenian GenocideDDC classification: 956.620154 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook. Summary: When World War I began, Karnig Panian was only five years old, living among his fellow Armenians in the Anatolian village of Gurin. Four years later, American aid workers found him at an orphanage in Antoura, Lebanon. He was among nearly 1,000 Armenian and 400 Kurdish children who had been abandoned by the Turkish administrators, left to survive at the orphanage without adult care.This memoir offers the extraordinary story of what he endured in those years-as his people were deported from their Armenian community, as his family died in a refugee camp in the deserts of Syria, as he survived hun
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When World War I began, Karnig Panian was only five years old, living among his fellow Armenians in the Anatolian village of Gurin. Four years later, American aid workers found him at an orphanage in Antoura, Lebanon. He was among nearly 1,000 Armenian and 400 Kurdish children who had been abandoned by the Turkish administrators, left to survive at the orphanage without adult care.This memoir offers the extraordinary story of what he endured in those years-as his people were deported from their Armenian community, as his family died in a refugee camp in the deserts of Syria, as he survived hun

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Karnig Panian was a longtime educator and vice principal at Djemaran, the Armenian Lyceum, based in Beirut, Lebanon.

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