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Ambassador Morgenthau"s story

by Morgenthau, Henry

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Published by Wayne State University Press in Detroit .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Turkey,
  • Germany,
  • Turkey.
    • Subjects:
    • World War, 1914-1918 -- Turkey,
    • Turkey -- Foreign relations -- Germany,
    • Germany -- Foreign relations -- Turkey

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Henry Morgenthau ; with a foreword by Robert Jay Lifton, an introduction by Roger W. Smith, and an epilogue by Henry Morgenthau III ; Peter Balakian, coordinating editor.
      ContributionsBalakian, Peter, 1951-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD520.T8 M6 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxix, 333 p. :
      Number of Pages333
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3673494M
      ISBN 100814331599, 0814329799
      LC Control Number2003006395

        Heath W. Lowry’s The Story Behind Ambassador Morgenthau’s Story argues that we need to reevaluate the galvanizing memoirs of the US ambassador to the Ottoman Empire during World War I. Henry Morgenthau served in the Ottoman capital between and , the tumultuous years in which the Ottoman Empire under Young Turk leadership entered the Great War. Originally published in , this book is one of the most insightful and compelling accounts of what became a recurring horror during the 20th century: ethnic cleansing and genocide.

      In "Ambassador Morgenthau's Story" we get that in spades! It is so refreshing to read a "primary source", without the hindsight, simplification of facts, and possible distortion of the record that you get from a more recent, second-hand historical account. US ambassador Morgenthau is a delightful writer, full of wit and sensitivity/5(26). Home / Books / Books in English / Ambassador Morgenthau’s Story / Read Online. Ambassador Morgenthau's Story. CHAPTER I A GERMAN SUPERMAN AT CONSTANTINOPLE. Written by Henry Morgenthau and originally published in

      Ambassador Morgenthau’s memoirs of his years in the service of the United States in Constantinople, (today Istanbul), are an important primary historical resource for the study of the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire and the Armenian Genocide. During this genocide, approximately 1,, Armenians living in Anatolia. The memoirs of the American Ambassador to Turkey during the First World War, covering the political dealing at the top of the Ottoman Empire and the events of the Armenian disaster. The Memoirs of Henry Morgenthau Sr. cover the period that he was in office as United States Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire; his memoirs reflect on the two moments.


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Morgenthau has come to be identified as the most prominent American to speak out against the Armenian Genocide. Ambassador Morgenthau's Story is the title of his memoirs, published in An inscribed first edition of Ambassador Morgenthau’s Story by Henry Morgenthau.

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Lacking publishers scarce dust jacket. Illustrated with multiple black and white photographs. Ex-libris bookplate affixed to front end paper. Supporters of the Armenian Genocide thesis often refer to Ambassador Morgenthau's story – a book published in the name of the American ambassador to the Ottoman Empire shortly before, during and after World War One – to prove that they are justified in their accusation of genocide.

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Originally published inAmbassador Morgenthau’s Story is one of the most insightful and compelling accounts of what became a recurring horror during the twentieth century: ethnic cleansing and genocide.

While he served as the U.S. ambassador to the Ottoman Empire under Woodrow Wilson from toHenry Morgenthau witnessed the rise of a new nationalism in Turkey, one that 4/5(1). The evocative, first-hand accounts of American ambassador Henry Morgenthau regarding the Armenian genocide are one of the most thorough, authoritative sources on the atrocities.

This book contains the full accounts of Henry Morgenthau throughout his Brand: CreateSpace Publishing. The ambassador beseeched the U.S.

government to intervene, but it refrained, leaving Morgenthau without official leverage. His recourse was to appeal personally to the consciences of Ottoman rulers and their German allies; when that failed, he drew international media attention to the genocide and spearheaded private relief efforts.

In this book, American statesman HENRY MORGENTHAU SR. () details how Turkey fell under the influence of Germany and how this led to the Armenian Genocide. In a trial run of the extermination of the Jews, the Germans orchestrated.He published his conversations with Ottoman leaders and his account of the Armenian genocide in under the title Ambassador Morgenthau's Story.

In June Felix Frankfurter accompanied Morgenthau, as a representative of the War Department, on a secret mission to persuade Turkey to abandon the Central Powers in the war mater: City College of New York, Columbia .Wangenheim tells the American Ambassador how the Kaiser started the war: VII.

Germany's plans for new territories, coaling stations, and indemnities: VIII. A classic instance of German propaganda: IX. Germany closes the Dardanelles and so separates Russia from her Allies: X.

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