“The Greatest Thing That Ever Happened To Us All”: A Memoir of Being Born on an Armenian Genocide-Apostrophe Story

Armenian Genocide survivor Kian Taha has written a memoir titled The Greatest Thing that Ever Happens To Us all.

He has shared the memoir with the world.

It is available for pre-order now.

“I had never written anything before.

The first time I read it, I cried.

I had not written anything in my life,” Taha told the National Geographic.

“The moment that I finished, I knew that I wanted to write it.”

“I wanted to do something to give back to my community,” he said.

“So, I wrote my story and I hope that people can read it and understand my story.”

Taha is a survivor of Armenian Genocide who survived the massacre and persecution.

His parents were murdered by the Armenian government in 1915, and his father and mother were executed.

“The story of the Armenian Genocide was written by a very, very lucky man, and it’s my story,” he told National Geographic during a teleconference.

“And I hope people will find it useful.”

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