They Called Me Mustafa: Memoir of an Immigrant

They Called Me Mustafa Memoir of an Immigrant Khachadoor Pilibosian s story as child survivor of Armenian Genocide of who was kidnapped by a Kurd during deportation and taken to live in the mountains as a slave After World War I he managed t

  • Title: They Called Me Mustafa: Memoir of an Immigrant
  • Author: Helene Pilibosian Khachadoor Pilibosian
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Khachadoor Pilibosian s story as child survivor of Armenian Genocide of 1915 who was kidnapped by a Kurd during deportation and taken to live in the mountains as a slave After World War I he managed to escape to Aleppo and contact his father in America After emigrating in 1920, he worked at first Star Market store then opened his own business Describes scenes with StephKhachadoor Pilibosian s story as child survivor of Armenian Genocide of 1915 who was kidnapped by a Kurd during deportation and taken to live in the mountains as a slave After World War I he managed to escape to Aleppo and contact his father in America After emigrating in 1920, he worked at first Star Market store then opened his own business Describes scenes with Stephen P Mugar, founder of the chain, and Arshile Gorky, famed artist, while he was in Watertown The second expanded edition includes the author s poems and short stories published in the Armenian press and translated by Hagop Sarkissian and Helene Pilibosian as well as Notes on Part II by Helene Pilibosian More information on the Ohan Press web site at ohanpress.This is the Kindle version of the 2nd edition of They Called Me Mustafa Memoir of an Immigrant, published originally in 1999.

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