The Sacrificials: Part of an Autobiography Depicting The Life of Minorities in a War Torn Country Branden Press Publishers, Boston, 1970. 127 s., 22x14 cm., şömizli bez cildinde. includes map front endpapers ("Turkey, Syria and Iraq") and captioned/photo-illustrated rear endpapers ("Scenes from Gumish and Hadjikoi" and "Scenes from Maden"). "This book is a well written personal testimony to the hardships of life in a country at war. Banished to the interior of Anatolia, Turkey, the author witnessed the tragic aftermath of the First World War and the Greco-Turkish War of 1921. At that time, although only a teenager, he decided someday to write a book describing the dark events and the suffering of innocent people, some of whom he knew as friends and neighbors. Forty-five years later he wrote the book, and from the mobilization of the army to the Theodore family's dramatic escape, the book captures the suspense, disbelief, and horror with which the events impressed themselves upon an adolescent mind. But more important, the book captures the vision and feeling of an older man who has written the book as his own contribution towards ending all wars." Based on the life of the author who survived the war and became successful in Massachusetts, USA. True story is told of how he and his family, driven by the Turks from their home survived.