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This is a powerful story about the courage, honor, sacrifice, resilience, and spiritual fortitude of the Armenian people, as illustrated through the trials and travails of the Badrigian family. Based on eyewitness testimony and secondhand accounts passed from one generation to the next, Armenia's Fingerprint tells the story of teenage sisters Diana and Alisia. When circumstances beyond their control test their faith, inner strength, and ability to survive, they quickly learn the meaning of life—and death.
Although they must leave their father behind and abandon their home and the life they once knew, Diana and Alisia are not alone. Accompanying them is their remarkable mother—and together they will build a family of refugees fleeing the first modern attempt at genocide.
While the ghastly encounters within this book are not for the faint of heart, some stories need to be told without censorship or polite euphemisms. This is such a tale.