Learning the Harsh REALITIES OF AZERBAIJAN 1917–1920

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Xlibris release tells the truth about the death and exile of the people of Azerbaijan

From author Anar Isgenderli comes another well-documented work about the investigate slaughters of Azerbaijani civilians by Armenian military detachments based on local and foreign records. Made available through Xlibris, REALITIES OF AZERBAIJAN 1917–1920 aims to present one of the great human disasters which has been made little known.

Many historians have written about how the Armenians suffered under Russian campaigns; but very few have mentioned about the Azerbaijani Turkish refugees, and more so, their deaths. “Standard textbooks do not consider the deaths and forced migration of Azerbaijani Turks at all and often avoid mention of even the existence of Azerbaijan,” Justin McCarthy, Distinguished University Scholar, University of Louisville, shares.

REALITIES OF AZERBAIJAN 1917–1920, backed with in-depth Russian, Turkish, and Azerbaijani sources that have been seen in no other studies, is set to complete an uncomplicated task. It presents a summary of piles of records and writings about the slaughter of Turks in Azerbaijan and Armenia. Although not a cheerful reading, this account is what makes accurate history. Readers will be opened to the painful truth that the Azerbaijani Turks have gone through.

The author believes that it should not be possible any longer to write the history of atrocity and inhumanity without including the losses of the Turks of Azerbaijan.

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About the Author
Anar Isgenderli is a professor of history and a faculty chair at Baku State University. His research areas include history of Armenian-Turkic and Azerbaijani-Armenian relations in the Ottoman Empire and the South Caucasus in 19th-20th centuries. Among other topics, Prof. Isgenderli’s works investigate slaughters of Azerbaijani civilians by Armenian military detachments based on local and foreign records. The History of Massacres in March 1918, published in 1997, looked into reasons and outcomes of the bashing of Azerbaijani civilians by Armenian militarized gangs in Baku, Shamakhi, Quba, and other cities and towns of Azerbaijan on the basis of statistical data, interviews, and other documents completed by the Special Investigation Commission. The 2006 treatise The History of Turkic-Muslim Genocide in Azerbaijan (1918-1920) analyzed available researches and records on massacres of Muslim Turks by Armenian military units and gave an objective assessment of the events. Prof. Anar Isgenderli is the author of over 200 research articles published in and outside of Azerbaijan.

REALITIES OF AZERBAIJAN 1917–1920 * by Anar Isgenderli
Publication Date: March 22, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 236 pages; 978-1-4568-7953-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 236 pages; 978-1-4568-7954-9
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4568-7955-6

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