This is a path-breaking work of historical recovery in which Professor Dadrian examines the complex conditions of Turko-German political-military alliance and analysis the developments within the framework of which Germany's direct and indirect involvement in the macabre drama of the Armenian genocide is seen materializing.
Foreword by Roger Smith
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Vahakn N. Dadrian is the leading scholar on the subject of the Armenian genocide. He is the author of the distinguished work, The History of the Armenian Genocide, referred to by Steven Katz as 'a monumental parallel to Raul Hilberg's master work.' During his over forty years of research, Dadrian has published numerous studies and volumes on genocide in English, German, Armenian, Turkish, and French. He has been a professor of sociology at the State University of New York, director of Genocide Studies sponsored by Guggenheim Foundation and the Zoryan Institute.Review:
While German culpability relative to the genocide of the Jews in World War II is subject to extensive studies by German and other historian, the issue of German responsibility in the genocide against the Armenians during World War I has remains largely untouched. This study by Prof. Dadrian, the worldwide authority on the subject, opens up a new territory where, hopefully, other scholars will follow suit.
Wolfgang Gust, Former Senior Editor of Der Spiegel --Publisher
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