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Shahan Natalie, 1961

Shahan Natalie, 1961

Many people know April 24, 1915 as the onset of the Armenian Genocide. However, few are aware about the details of how and when the heinous project was aborted. After all, 1.5 million victims were just the beginning.

Shahan Natalie, a.k.a. Nemesis, is at the center of this historic puzzle piece. He was the mastermind behind a small, but effective force, which exterminated Talaat, Djemal and Enver pashas, before they would realize the final and clandestine stage of the Armenian Genocide – complete annihilation of the Armenian people.

“Memoirs of a Stranger: How Was Talaat Assassinated?” by Shahan Natalie provides an answer to this historic puzzle piece. However, it cannot be published without the support of general public. The Turkish government spends millions to impose its tall tales on the world community, but they are powerless in the face of the truth, transcribed in Shahan Natalie’s work in question, which requires far more modest means to become public.

On behalf of Dr. Sylva Natalie Manoogian, Shahan Natalie’s daughter, Shahan Natalie Family Foundation has undertaken a fundraising campaign for the publication of “Memoirs of a Stranger: How Was Talaat Assassinated?”, the first volume of his complete works.

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