ARMENIA The Survival of a Nation
Author: CHRISTOPHER J. WALKER
Publication date: 1980
Number of pages: 391
Format / Quality: pdf
Today, on a map of the world, the only region shown as Armenia is the Soviet republic of Armenia – 29,000 square kilometres, smaller than Belgium, about the same size as Albania. This is a fraction, which Armenians themselves put at one-tenth, of the historic land of Armenia, and of the region shown as ‘Armenia’ on maps of sixty or more years ago. Even Mount Ararat, closely identified with Armenia throughout her history, towering today over the Armenian capital of Yerevan and represented on the Soviet insignia of the republic, now stands in Turkey.