A new book presenting another proof of the historic fact of the Armenian Genocide has been published.
memoirs of Alec Glen, a British army doctor of the 1914-18 war ?ИУ
written privately for his sons, but published by his family ?ИУ which
record the further agony of the Armenians," journalist Robet Fisk writes
in his article published by The Independent.
Fisk recalls that Turkey is preparing to smother the 100th anniversary
of the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire by holding celebrations
of their victory at Canakkale (Gallipoli).
"But each month brings
yet further proof ?ИУ in the testimony of Westerners?† ?ИУ of what Turkey
still officially denies: that the genocide of the Armenians was a fact
of history," Fisk says.
The book entitled In the Front Line: A Doctor in War and Peace includes the facts about several thousand Armenian refugees.
was an amazing and tragic sight ?И¶ now and then we passed at a roadside a
dying person, or one already dead and half-eaten by dogs and jackals?И¶
we lifted some of the younger ones who might recover on to the mules and
carried them forward to the next village," Glen writes.
Craig [a fellow British doctor] told me later that he attended an old
refugee in the road who, before he died, gave him a leather belt full of
sovereigns, which he asked him to spend to help the refugees."