Stories of Survival
Do you like to read powerful stories that have been covered up, denied and hidden for over a century? How about learning of true events spoken by eyewitnesses themselves?
Ellen Sarkisian Chesnut
Author, Artist, Historian
I believe in the sanctity of family and how important our connections are to those no longer here and those remaining. Their words and recollections are so meaningful and should be treasured and passed down to future generations. Those nuggets of lives lived hold within them the power to inspire, uplift and light the way as we venture forth in our lives.
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We Armenians Survived!
Battle of Marash 1920
A collection of first hand eye-witness accounts of one of the final battles in the disintegrating OTTOMAN EMPIRE.
Armenian civilians, French Senegelese troops, forces of Mustafa Kemal both Turks and Kurds all playing their roles (some for good and some for ill) living their lives, surviving and dying literally in the embers of a burning city, MARASH.
Compelling, heart wrenching and sometimes comical this book is a must read for readers of history.
Scars He Carried
How to make Armenian Lace
While showing her adolescent daughters, Florence and Rose how to make Armenian needle lace, she remembers. Aghavni thinks of the delicate seven year old child
We Armenians Survived
We Warmed Our Hands
On Wednesday, the 7th day of July 1920 at 10 a.m. in the morning, Puzant Shamlian left Beirut with Karnig Babikian, Ghevont Tchorbajian, and Toros Shamlian, (a cousin) all of Marash.
We Armenians Survived
What’s in a Name
Maryam (Arabic/Hebrew variation for Mary) – The mother of Jesus and the only woman named in the Quran. Hatun abla (hatun– Persian/Turkish) an honorific for
We they are saying...
Deli Sarkis: The Scars He Carried is a highly recommended book and provides much information on the Armenian Genocide as well as on diverse experiences...Victoria Rowe, Ph.D.Author/Translator
Deli Sarkis: The Scars He Carried, with all the details of events, places, and people that the author provides, is a valuable contribution to the study of the Armenian Genocide.Rubina Peroomian, PhD.Author/Researcher UCLA
...Sarkis’ memoirs thus close a gap in research and knowledge in the determination of historical pictorial documents in the context of World War I excerpts and the genocide of the Armenians.Dr. Tessa HofmanNon-Fiction Author /Publisher