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Assyrian Mission Quarterly Paper - Volume II By Assyrian Mission
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The Quarterly Paper of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Mission to the Assyrian Christians began publication in October 1890 and ceased with number 99 in April 1915. The original purpose was to inform... More > and attract supporters of the mission in the west. Along with detailed accounts of mission activities, the papers are full of interesting descriptions of the life and customs of the Assyrians of the time. Volume II contains numbers 26 through 50 (January 1897 - January 1903).< Less
Assyrian Mission Quarterly Paper - Volume I By Assyrian Mission
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The Quarterly Paper of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Mission to the Assyrian Christians began publication in October 1890 and ceased with number 99 in April 1915. The original purpose was to inform... More > and attract supporters of the mission in the west. Along with detailed accounts of mission activities, the reports are full of interesting descriptions of the life and customs of the Assyrians of the time. Volume I contains numbers 1 through 25 (October 1890 - October 1896).< Less
Assyrian Mission Quarterly Paper - Volume III By Assyrian Mission
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The Quarterly Paper of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Mission to the Assyrian Christians began publication in October 1890 and ceased with number 99 in April 1915. The original purpose was to inform... More > and attract supporters of the mission in the west. Along with detailed accounts of mission activities, the papers are full of interesting descriptions of the life and customs of the Assyrians of the time. Volume III contains numbers 51 through 75 (April 1903 - April 1909).< Less
Assyrian Mission Quarterly Paper - Volume IV By Assyrian Mission
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The Quarterly Paper of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Mission to the Assyrian Christians began publication in October 1890 and ceased with number 99 in April 1915. The original purpose was to inform... More > and attract supporters of the mission in the west. Along with detailed accounts of mission activities, the papers are full of interesting descriptions of the life and customs of the Assyrians of the time. Volume IV contains numbers 76 through 99 (July 1909 - April 1915) as well as chapters 4, 5, 6, 7, and 9 of "Through the East to Rome" by the Rev. G. J. Macgillivray one of the mission priests who later became a Roman Catholic.< Less
Simkhe d' Siprayouta By Assyrian Authors
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This is the hard copy of the Online Magazine Simkhe d’ Siprayouta, which is devoted to the publication of the literary works of the Assyrian writers and poets of the 21st century, in order to... More > promote and preserve this ancient language, which is one of the oldest living languages. The objective of this journal is to provide a platform for the presentation of the works of the modern Assyrian authors and poets, who do not have a chance to make their works read or heard; and to promote the Assyrian modern literature for the benefit of the general public. This publication will hopefully encourage the young and the old to present their works uniquely in Assyrian; and may be a source to quench the thirst for modern, different and varied literary works.< Less
Simkhe d' Siprayouta (Black & White) By Assyrian Authors
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This is the hard copy, in black and white, of the Online Magazine Simkhe d’ Siprayouta, which is devoted to the publication of the literary works of the Assyrian writers and poets of the 21st... More > century, in order to promote and preserve this ancient language, which is one of the oldest living languages. The objective of this journal is to provide a platform for the presentation of the works of the modern Assyrian authors and poets, who do not have a chance to make their works read or heard; and to promote the Assyrian modern literature for the benefit of the general public. This publication will hopefully encourage the young and the old to present their works uniquely in Assyrian; and may be a source to quench the thirst for modern, different and varied literary works.< Less
Assyrian Star - Part VI: 1962 By Assyrian Star Association
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The Assyrian Star is the longest running Assyrian publication in the United States. The first issue appeared in January 1952. The Assyrian Star was conceived as “An independent publication of,... More > by and for Assyrians” pledged to avoid “prejudice, bias, clannishness, sectarianism and unwholesome and destructive criticism”. It focused on news of Assyrian communities both in the United States and the rest of the world and was a model of cooperation between Assyrians from all religious and geographic backgrounds. Part VI contains the first four issues of 1962 and represent the last issues of the Assyrian Star published from Yonkers, New York under the editorship of Joseph P. Sargis. Following these issues, the Assyrian Star was published from Gary, Indiana under the editorship of Malcolm L. Karam.< Less
The Assyrians and their Neighbors By William A. Wigram
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William A. Wigram (1872-1953) served in the Archbishop of Canterbury's Mission to the Assyrian Christians from 1902 to 1912. Following the end of World War I (most of which he spent as a prisoner of... More > the Turks) he served as a Political Officer with the British Mandate in Iraq working among the Assyrians. Throughout his long career, Wigram remained a friend and outspoken champion of the Assyrian people. "The Assyrians and their Neighbors" is a well written survey of the history of the Assyrian Church and Nation down to 1929. It was chiefly written to raise awareness in the west of the Assyians and their plight following the war.< Less
The Assyrian Struggle By Katherine David
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This book analyzes the genocide of the Assyrians dating back to the early 1900s. It looks at where the Assyrians stood and where they stand today.
The Assyrian Levies By Solomon (Sawa) Solomon
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The Assyrian Levies is a collection of 13 short articles detailing the history of the famous Assyrian military force by Solomon (Sawa) Solomon. The Assyrian Levies were raised by the British in Iraq... More > from among the Assyrians following their exodus from most of their homelands in 1918. The force was destined to exist until 1955 and participated in many historic operations which preserved the integrity of the fledgling Iraqi state and prevented it from falling into the hands of the Axis powers during WWII. Some of the chapters include: “The Battle of Rowanduz”; “The Assyrian-Turkish Clash of 1924”; “The Kirkuk Disturbance of 1924”; “The Failed Assyrian Coup of June 1932”; and “The Habbaniya Campaign May 1941”. Also included are 17 historic photographs.< Less