VOLUME 21 (1968)

Issues

•  Number 1, Spring 1968

•  Number 2, Summer 1968

•  Number 3, Autumn 1968

•  Number 4, Winter 1968

 

Number 1, Spring 1968

The Problem of Karabagh: Annex to a Memorandum Addressed to the Soviet Union, the United Nations and the People of the World by the Armenian National Commmittee of America (pp. 3-49) | James H. Tashjian

Nothing is Lost If (p. 50) | P.K. Thomajan

Intellectual Inquiry and the Liberal Arts (pp. 51-65) | Lawrence Terzian

Transcaucasian Architecture (pp. 66-76) | S. Manukian

The Soviet Middle East: A Communist Model for Development (pp. 77-80) | Alec and Newth Nove

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Number 2, Summer 1968

An Editorial: On the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding of the Independent Republic of Armenia (pp. 3-7)

A Memorandum on the Recognition of the Government of the Independent Repubic of Armenia (pp. 8-22)

An American Mandate for Armenia: A Link in British Near Eastern Policy (pp. 23-40) | Thomas A. Bryson

Verses (p. 41) | Diana Der Hovanessian

The Armenians since the Treaty of San Stefano: A Politico-Geographic Study of Population (pp. 42-56) | Garo Chichekian

The Brittanica on the Armenian Atrocities: An Open Letter (pp. 57-64) | Vahakn N. Dadrian

Hyekus (p. 65) | P.K. Thomajan

Armenian Participation in World War I on the Caucasian Front (pp. 66-80) | General Gabriel Gorganian

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Number 3, Autumn 1968

In Memoriam (pp. 3-9) | Reuben Darbinian

Woodrow Wilson and the Armenian Mandate: A Reassessment (pp. 10-28) | Thomas A. Bryson

After the Storm (p. 29) | Diana Der Hovanessian

Dro: Born of the Hurricane (Part One) (pp. 30-49) | Simon Vratzian

Some Thoughts on Life (p. 50) | Knarik Ohannesian

H. Ajarian and His "The Role of the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire" (pp. 51-58) | Ara Caprielian

The Armenian Protest to Moscow: the Karabagh Issue (pp. 59-65) | Vahakn N. Dadrian

On Eating Pumpkin Seeds (Exercise in Words) (p. 66) | P.K. Thomajan

Eliza A. Melkon, M.D. (pp. 67-76) | James G. Mandalian

Mother's Hands (p. 77) | Barooyr Sevag

Iron Curtain Christians: The Church in Communist Countries Today (pp. 78-80) | Kurt Hutten

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Number 4, Winter 1968

Mark Lambert Bristol, U.S. Navy, Admiral-Diplomat: His Influences on the Armenian Mandate Question (pp. 3-22) | Thomas A. Bryson

Soviet Nationality Policy in Armenia (pp. 23-38) | Stepan Kocharian

Nationality Policy Since Stalin (pp. 39-43) | Richard Pipes

Armenians and Armenology at the XXVII International Congress of Orientalists (pp. 44-48) | Louise Nalbandian

The Armenian "Dashnag" Party (pp. 49-57) | James H. Tashjian

With All My Heart (pp. 58-59) | Hovannes Shiraz

Poems (p. 60) | Diana Der Hovanessian

Revolt Against Heaven (pp. 61-68) | Sempad Shahnazarian

Armenian Participation in World War I on the Caucasian Front (Continued) (pp. 69-74) | General Gabriel Gorganian

How's the Market, Mr. Vartan? An Interview with the Author of 50 Wall Street (pp. 75-80) | Lawrence Terzian

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