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In this riveting book, first-time author Margaret Ajemian Ahnert relates her mothers terrifying experiences as a young woman during the oft-overlooked Armenian genocide in Turkey at the beginning of the twentieth century. At age 15, Ahnerts mother was separated from her foster family during a forced march away from her birth town of Amasia. She narrowly avoided kidnapping, faced unspeakable horrors at the hands of soldiers, and was forcibly married to an abusive Turkish wagon-driver. Throughout her ordeal, she had faith and ...

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    • Publisher: Independent Publishers Group (Chicago Review Press)
    • Print ISBN: 9780825305122, 0825305128
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    • Edition: 2007 1st edition
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