Truth Held Hostage – Former US Ambassador John Evans

America and The Armenian Genocide – What then? What Now?

Written by the Former US Ambassador to the Republic of Armenia
The Honorable John Evans

Published by the Gomidas Institute

Honorable Mr. John Evans lost his job in 2005 because he used the word “Genocide” to describe the Turkish Government’s policy of extermination of 1.5 Million Armenians in 1915. Crime committed by the Turkish Government of Turkey. In 2005, it was the 90th commemoration of the Armenian Genocide, and he was unfairly ejected. Mr. John Evans had no Armenian family or ancestral connections.

Over the years, he realized that injustice was perpetrated against Armenians due to the denial of the Turkish Government and US Governments acceptance about the Armenian Genocide.

The Book cover is Mr. John Evans at the Armenian Genocide Memorial in Armenia with flowers being laid around the eternal flame in the middle.

Book Launch and meet and greet brought to you in part by the Armenian National Committee of Toronto and Hamazkayin Armenian Educational and Cultural Society “Kaltsor” Chapter invite you

Sunday March 12, 2017

Armenian Community Centre
The Hallcrown Hall
45 Hallcrown Place, North York, ON M2J 4Y4

It is a must read book.

For more information about Truth Held Hostage, Visit the following sites:

TRUTH HELD HOSTAGE: America and the Armenian Genocide What Then? What Now?

Book Review: ‘Truth Held Hostage’