Here are related books and articles that can add to the understanding of the Armenian experience in Asia.
Author Book Title
Andrew G. Bostom, MD The Legacy of Jihad – Islamic Holy War and the Fate of Non-Muslims
British Media Testimony The Armenian Massacres 1894-1896 Edited by Arman J. Kirakossian
M. Chahin The Kingdom of Armenia
Jung Chang and Jon Halliday Mao: The Unknown Story
Erich Feigl Armenian Mythomania
John D. Gartner The Hypomanic Edge: The Link between (a little) Craziness and (a lot of) Success.
Richard G. Hovannisian (editor) Armenian Kars and Ani
Aida Kouyoumjian Between the Two Rivers – A Story of the Armenian Genocide
Henry Morgenthau The Murder of a Nation
Orhan Pamuk Snow (A novel set in Kars)
Robert Ker Porter Travels in Georgia, Persia, Armenia, Ancient Babylonia, etc., during the Years 1817-1820.
Peter C. Whybrow American Mania: When More Is Not Enough
Robert Whymant Stalin’s Spy: Richard Sorge and the Tokyo Espionage Ring
Author Article Publication source
Edwin Gerard The Hamamdjians and Amirayans of Cairo Genealogy.com
Virginia Meltickian Pictorial History of the Armenians in China 1919-1945 Fresno State Armenian studies
Fr. Vazken Movsesian The Armenian Church and China Armenian Orthodoxy
Nick Ohanjanian Sr. Armenians once upon a time in China The Armenian Weekly, Saturday October 16. 1982
Hank Topfer The Story of the Sinking of the “Conte Verde”. An Interview with Colonel William D. Hopson