Dr. Kévorkian's brief account of survivors in the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide.
Historian Raymond Kévorkian reveals figures and demographic details about the survivors of the Armenian Genocide—who they were, how they survived and where they were concentrated along deportation routes. Kévorkian also gives a brief account of the rescue missions organized by Armenian institutions in an effort to recover Islamized survivors scattered throughout the empire in the aftermath of the genocide.
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