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I was sent to Athens

By Henry Morgenthau

The 330 page Henry Morgenthau book titled "I WAS SENT TO ATHENS", was published in the USA in English in 1929 and is long out of print. Seven of a total of eighteen chapters i.e. about one third of the whole book provide first hand documentation and evidence from a most distinguished personality of Jewish faith, on the organised and supervised by the Authorities persecutions and genocides endured by the Orthodox Greeks of former Ottoman Empire and now Turkey, up to 1928.

This book is made available in web format thanks to S. Georgiadis, a Rear Admiral of the Hellenic Navy (Ret). [August 2002]


Morgenthau: I was sent to Athens: Contents, First Pages, Note
Chapters: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, XVII
An earlier book by the same author: Ambassador Morgenthau's Story, 1918
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