World War I and its immediate aftermath marked a period of unparalleled tragedy for the Armenian people. As the ailing Ottoman Empire began to collapse under the weight of the conflict, the Turkish leadership targeted the Armenian people as a scapegoat for their own frustrations. Beginning in 1915, and lasting until 1923, the Turkish imperial and post-imperial regimes murdered over 1.5 Armenians in what had become known as the Armenian Genocide. Many more Armenians got deported.
This book, written in French and published in Istanbul in 1917 is a detailed report on the events, supported with photographs, reproductions of documents and maps, including historical maps of Armenia.
A reprint of the book was published in 2001.
We cound trace 7 institutional examples on Worldcat. United Nations Geneva, Royal Danish Library – Copenhagen / CUL (DKB), Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, Orient-Institut Istanbul. The other examples appear to be eBooks or 21st century reprints.
References: OCLC 984379819, 246239921, 470133469, 717554731, 886178789, 822662141.