Your Cart

Ambassador Morgenthau's Story

On Sale
$0.99
$0.99
Added to cart
Preview

Ambassador Morgenthau's Story
By Ambassador Morganthau, Formerly American Ambassador to Turkey - Illustrated. Published 1918. Inside story on the war in Turkey, the Gallipoli campaign, the downfall of the Sultan and the massacre of the Armenians. Henry Morgenthau was U.S. ambassador to Ottoman Turkey between 1913 and 1916. In 1914 he witnessed the Ottoman entry into World War I and the genocide of the empires Armenian population. His Story was an indictment against the Ottoman leaders for their entry into the world conflict and the mass murder of over a million Armenians. His account was written with the authority of a first-hand observer and remains one of the classic accounts of World War I. Originally published in 1918. Covers Turkey's entry into the war and the Dardanelles campaign as well. Profusely illustrated.

You will get a PDF (2MB) file

The Great Pacific War - by H C Bywater

$2.99

Mussolini's Roman Empire

$0.99

Among The Wild Tribes Of The Afghan Frontier -

$0.99

The War in the Air

$0.99

The Cambridge Modern History Atlas 1912

$1.99

Imperial Japanese Navy by Fred Jane - Published 1904

$4.99

Der Adler - January 1940

$0.99

Tsar Wars - Part 2 OLGA ROMANOFF or The Syren of the Skies

$0.99

The Swoop or How Clarence Saved England - A Tale of the Great Invasion

$0.99

THE WORLD PERIL OF 1910 BY GEORGE GRIFFITH

$0.99