My Brother's Road

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My Brother's Road: An American's Fateful Journey to Armenia
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Author Markar Melkonian
Country United states
Language English
Subject History
Publisher I. B. Tauris
Publication date
2005
Pages 344 pp
ISBN 1-85043-635-5

My Brother's Road: An American's Fateful Journey to Armenia is a dramatic story of the American-born Armenian, Monte Melkonian. The book covers Melkonian's journey from the classrooms of California to the rubbles of Beirut, the Iranian revolution, ASALA, and the struggle for the mountains of Karabakh.[1]

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  1. ^ Philip Marsden, author of the award winning book, The crossing place [clarification needed]

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