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Goodbye, Antoura: A Memoir of the Armenian Genocide - Karnig Panian


When World War I began, Karnig Panian was only five years old, living among his fellow Armenians in the Anatolian village of Gurin. Four years later, American aid workers found him at an orphanage in



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Goodbye, Antoura: A Memoir of the Armenian Genocide - Karnig Panian


When World War I began, Karnig Panian was only five years old, living among his fellow Armenians in the Anatolian village of Gurin. Four years later, American aid workers found him at an orphanage in