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by Richard G. Hovannisian

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Richard G. Hovannisian
ISBN: 0520088034
ISBN13: 978-0520088030
Language: English
Publisher: University of California Press; y First printing edition (March 29, 1996)
Pages: 528
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The Republic of Armenia. Includes bibliographical references and index. v. 1. The first year, 1918-1919. 2. From Versailles to London, 1919-1920. 3. From London to Sèvres, February-August, 1920. by. Hovannisian, Richard G. Publication date. 4. Between crescent and sickle-partition and Sovietization.

Richard G. Hovannisian is Professor of History and Associate Director of the Center for Near Eastern Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Richard G. He holds the Armenian Educational Foundation Chair in Modern Armenian History.

III: From London to Sèvres, February–August 1920 (Near Eastern .

III: From London to Sèvres, February–August 1920 (Near Eastern Center, UCLA). Hovannisian. Hovannisian's four volume work history on the first Republic of Armenia (1918-20) will probably go down as one of the most important works in 20th century Armenian Studies. Volume 4, Between Crescent and Sickle: Partition and Sovietization. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. Published: 1 October 1997

The Republic of Armenia. Published: 1 October 1997. by University of Chicago Press.

IV: Between crescent and sickle: partition and Sovietization. XX, 531 pp. + 2 pp. errata; XII, 96 pp. Berkeley, Los Angeles and London: University of California Press, 1996. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 05 February 2009. Export citation Request permission.

The Republic of Armenia, Volume 1. Hovannisian is Professor Emeritus-0 of History and Associate Director of the Center for Near Eastern Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles

The Republic of Armenia, Volume 1. Hovannisian is Professor Emeritus-0 of History and Associate Director of the Center for Near Eastern Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles.

The Republic of Armenia, Vo. The UCLA conference series titled "Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces" has been organized by Hovannisian, as the Holder of the Armenian Educational Foundation Chair in Modern Armenian History.

The Republic of Armenia, Vol. I (1971), Vol. II (1982), Vols. III & IV (1996) Berkeley: University of California Press. The Armenian Holocaust, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Armenian Heritage Press (1980). The Armenian People from Ancient to Modern Times, 2 vols. Hovannisian (Tulare, 1932) es un historiador estadounidense, profesor de UCLA y especializado en el estudio de la. . Hovannisian (Tulare, 1932) es un historiador estadounidense, profesor de UCLA y especializado en el estudio de la historia del pueblo armenio. YouTube Encyclopedic. III: From London to Sèvres, February-August 1920 (1996) y The Republic of Armenia Vol. IV: Between Crescent and Sickle: Partition and Sovietization (1996), o The Armenian Genocide in Perspective (1986), una colección de ensayos sobre el genocidio armenio, entre otros trabajos.

With these two volumes, Richard Hovannisian completes his definitive history of the first independent Armenian state in modern times and provides the basis for comparison with the new Armenian republic established in 1991 after seven decades of Soviet rule. Based on Armenian, Russian, Turkish, German, Italian, French, and English-language archival materials, these volumes provide the first comprehensive, multidimensional analysis of this critical turning point in Armenian history—a period clouded in misinformation and controversy.Volume Three focuses on the regional and international developments in 1920 that determined the future of the Armenian people. The Treaty of Sèvres, concluded between the Allied Powers and Turkey in August of that year, created a united, independent Armenian state—at least on paper—and authorized the President of the United States to draw the final boundaries within given limits. Yet the same powers were unwilling to use armed force to implement their award to Armenia. Meanwhile, the Russian civil war turned to favor the Bolsheviks; and as the Red Army poured into neighboring Azerbaijan, the Armenian government was faced with internal subversion and the need to reassess its political orientation.
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