VOLUME 6 (1953)

Issues 

•  Number 1, March 1953

•  Number 2, Summer 1953

•  Number 3, Autumn 1953

•  Number 4, Winter 1953

 

Number 1, March 1953

Memories of the Armenian Republic (pp. 3-27) | John Elder 

Anania Shiragatzi: The Armenian Mathematician of the VIIth Century and His Table of Polygonal Numbers (pp. 28-36) | Murad Lillian 

Rouben Der Minassian (pp. 37-45) | Reuben Darbinian 

Poets are Vagabonds (pp. 46-47) | P. K. Thomajan 

Steven Derounian, Our First Congressman (p. 48) | Aram Markarian 

On Wisdom (p. 49) | Patricia Tafralian 

Mohammed Farid (pp. 50-54) | Leon Surmelian 

Illusion (p. 55) | Lootfi Minas 

A Persian Story (pp. 56-64) | Jack Karapetian 

II. Political and Civil Liberty in the United States: Freedom of Speech (pp. 65-69) | George P. Rice, Jr. 

The First Taste of Soviet Rule in Armenia (pp. 70-85) | Haikag Kosoyan 

The Assembly of the Gods (pp. 86-88) | Hacob Baronian 

Early Armenia as an Empire: The Career of Tigranes III (pp. 89-94) |Noubar Maxoudian 

The Armenian of Soviet Georgia and Azerbaijan (pp.95-98) | Herand Ermoyan 

Eleeza Hadian (Tamara Tegour): A Poet in Search of Herself (pp. 99-102) | Nona Balakian 

Uncle Setrak and His “Otar” Wife (pp. 103-104) | Dorothy Kavoogian 

The U.N. Commission on Human Rights (pp. 105-110) | James Simsarian 

A Note on Armenian Architecture (pp. 111-112) | H. Kazanjian 

The Nightingale (p. 113) | Lootfi Minas 

Taya Mama's Roast (pp. 114-116) | Kirk Minasian 

I Offended my Communist Masters (Part II) (pp. 117-125) | Hai Saninian 

The Mythology of Armenia (Part IV) (pp. 126-132) | Mardiros Ananikian 

The Armenians of Rumania (Part V) (pp. 133-138) | H. J. Sirouni 

Armenian Life Abroad (pp. 139-140)   

Gevorg Marzpetouni: A Historical Novel (Chapter XI) (pp. 141-158) |Mouratzan 

Books and Authors (p. 159)

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Number 2, Summer 1953

What May Be Expected of Stalin's Successors (pp. 3-17) | Reuben Darbinian 

Risko-Sepo (p. 18) | Avetis Aharonian 

Spring Song (pp. 18-24) | Suzanne Basmajian Natowitz 

Armeno-Georgian Cultural Relations of the Past (pp. 25-29) | H. Kurdian 

Sister Emily (pp. 30-34) | Krikor Zohrab 

Church music of the Armenians (pp. 35-40) | Rouben Grigorian 

Two Poems (pp. 41-42) | P. K. Thomajan 

Rene Grousset (pp. 43-49) | K. Guzalian 

You'll Be There (p. 50) | Tatul Sonentz 

George Magar Mardikian (pp. 51-58) | Rouben Gavoor 

Around the World on a Bicycle (pp. 59-64) | Haik Marcar 

The Church of Armenia (pp. 65-70) | Jirair Missakian 

A Look inside a Soviet Prison (pp. 71-81) | Armen Saninian 

Hafiz and His Rose Garden (pp. 82-83) | Edward Taronian 

Fugitive from Tyranny (pp. 84-91) | Martiros 

“Muddy-Ditch” (pp. 92-95) | Levon Sarkisian 

A Note on the Racial Origins of the Armenians (pp. 96-110) | Karekin Der Sahagian, Jr. 

What Can I Do with the Spirit (pp. 111-112) | Arshag Chobanian 

Three Poems (pp. 113-114) | Levon Marc Nazlian 

One Month in Turkey (pp. 115-125) | B. Kushikian 

The Failure (pp. 126-129) | Vaughan Hekimian 

The Mythology of Armenia (Part V) (pp. 130-136) | Mardiros Ananikian 

The Armenians of Rumania (Part VI) (pp. 137-142) | H. J. Sirouni 

Armenian Life Abroad (pp.143-145)

Gevorg Marzpetouni: A Historical Novel (Chapter XII) (pp. 146-159) |Mouratzan 

Books and Authors (p. 160)

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Number 3, Autumn 1953

Culture in Soviet Armenia (pp. 3-13) | Simon Vratzian 

E Pluribus Unum (pp. 14-20) | Leon Surmelian 

III. Political and Civil Liberty in the United States: Religion (pp.21-24) |George P. Rice, Jr. 

The Pussy Willow Pussy (pp. 25-27) | P.K. Thomajan 

The Nineteenth Communist Party Congress (pp. 28-39) | Vahan Navassardian 

My Son Kissed Me (pp. 40-45) | Norayr   Bagrat 

Spiridon Melikian (pp. 46-48) | M. Mooradian 

In Retrospect: A Glance at the Past Thirty Years (pp. 49-65) | Reuben Darbinian 

Two Poems (pp. 66-67) | Nishan Parlakian 

Forgotten Graves, (pp. 68-70) | Garabed Eksoozian 

A Quarter Century of Armenian Literature Abroad (pp. 71-82) | Kourken Mekhitarian 

The Widening Circle (pp. 83-88) | Jack Karapetian 

Litany for America (p. 89) | Suzanne Basmajian Natowitz 

Einstein's Fourth Dimension (pp. 90-96) | Minas Ensanian 

Professor Berkowsky (pp. 97-105) | Armen Saninian 

Ghengiz Khan (p. 106) | Avetik Issahakian 

The Problem of the Caucasian Population Statistics Under Tsarist and Soviet Rule (pp. 107-124) | Vahe A. Sarafian 

Architect Artashess Orakian (pp. 125-126) | H. Kurdian 

Blessing of Our Home (pp. 127-128) | Dorothy S. Kavoogian 

Three Poems (p. 129) | Nuver Koumyan 

The Old Man's Heart (pp. 130-131) | Levon Sarkisian 

The Mythology of Armenia (Part VI) (pp.132-136) | Mardiros Ananikian 

The Armenians of Rumania (Part VII-Conclusion) (pp. 137-141) | H. J. Sirouni 

I Ask Myself (p. 142) | Lootfi Minas 

Armenian Life Abroad (pp. 143-146)

Gevorg Marzpetouni: A Historical Novel (Part II, Chapter I) (pp. 147-157) | Mouratzan 

Books and Authors (p. 158)

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Number 4, Winter 1953

The Armenian Emancipatory Struggle (Part I) (pp. 3-21) | Vardges Aharonian 

IV. Political and Civil Liberty in the United States: Public Assembly (pp. 22-25) | George P.   Rice, Jr. 

The Eternal Armenian (pp. 26-31) | Leon Surmelian 

There's Mud Here (p. 32) | John Vartoukian 

Drug Resistance and Related Problems (pp. 33-43) | M.G. Sevag 

The Mischievous Angel (pp. 44-47) | P. K. Thomajan 

The Soviet Nationalities and the Question of Their Independence (pp. 48-55) | Reuben Darbinian 

The Old Man and the Boy (p. 56) | Varoujan Boghosian 

Armenia and Rome Between 200 B. C. and 325 A.D. (Part I) (pp. 57-70) | Arshak Safrastian 

Jacob S. Kamborian: Inventor and Industrialist (pp. 71-78) | James H.   Tashjian 

I Sign My Confession (pp. 79-84) | Armen Saninian 

Pioneers of Protestantism in Asia Minor (pp. 85-108) | Marie Sarrafian   Banker 

Litany (p.109) | Diana Der Hovanessian 

The Patriots (pp. 110-121) | Archie Minasian 

Alexander Spendiarian (pp. 122-124) | Margaret Haroutunian 

The Cartozian Case (Text of a Court Record) (pp. 125-129) 

The Mythology of Armenia (Part VII-Conclusion) (pp. 130-136) |Mardiros Ananikian 

You Fortunate Eyes of Mine (p. 137) | Lootfi Minas 

Armenian Life Abroad (pp. 138-140) 

Gevorg Marzpetouni: A Historical Novel (Part II, Chapters II-III) (pp. 141-157) | Mouratzan 

Books and Authors (p. 158) 

 

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