VOLUME 5 (1952)

Issues 

•  Number 3, Autumn 1952

 

Number 3, Autumn 1952

The Nature of Bolshevism as Manifested in Soviet Imperialism (pp. 3-12) | Vahan Navassardian 

A Drop of Water (pp. 13-17) | Souren Barthevian 

Between Peace and War (pp. 18-29) | Reuben Darbinian 

Who's Afraid! (pp. 30-34) | P. K. Thomajan 

But He's a Gentleman (pp. 35-41) | Ohan 

The Historian and Historiography (Introduction to The Marzpan and the Sparapet) (pp. 42-62) | Herant K. Armen 

The Other Side: An Analysis of Herant K. Armen's Thesis (pp. 63-75) |James G. Mandalian 

Painter Onnig Avedisian (pp. 76-79) | H. Kurdian 

Distinguished Armenians Purged by the Soviet (pp. 80-83) | Armen Darian 

Aware of Autumn (pp. 84-85) | Khatchik 

Leave the Dead (p. 86) | Khatchik 

Life Begins at Thirty-five (p. 86) | Khatchik 

Thus Spake Zarathustra (pp. 87-93) | Jack Karapetian 

The Armenians of Rumania (Part III) (pp. 94-111) | H. J. Sirouni 

Athens, Greece, 1942 (pp. 112-116) | Vahan Krikorian Gregory 

The Mythology of Armenia (Part II) (pp. 117-127) | Prof. Mardiros Ananikian 

Armenian Life Abroad (pp. 128-140)

Gevorg Marzpetouni: A Historical Novel (Chapters VII to IX) (pp. 141-156) | Mouratzan 

La Peinture Turque (p. 157) | Prof. Nouroulah Berk 

The Marzpan and the Sparapet (pp. 157-158) | Herant K. Armen 

A Survey of Armenian Architecture in the Middle Ages (p. 158) | A. Orak 

The passing of Catholicos Garegin Hovsepian (pp. 158-159) | H. Kurdian 

Armenian Museums of Abroad (pp. 159-160) | H. Kurdian 

 

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