Diana Agabeg Apcar was a prolific writer, whose works took many forms. We have divided her works into five categories: Articles, Book Covers, Books, Poems, and Quotes, to facilitate access to this web site. This collection is by far not complete, as we continue to search for her works.
Links within Diana’s Writings section:
Articles includes a sampling of Diana’s submissions to a variety of newspapers around the world, including: The New York Times, The Japan Gazette, The Japan Advertiser, The Far East, and Hayrenik. The first of these articles, What Follows?, was not published; the rejection letter from the Japan Advertiser is included.
The Armenian Version Of The Bible, Hayrenik, October 1933, ACF
U.S. And Turkish Negotiations, Japan Gazette, 1923.
And, Lo, In Her Mouth An Olive Leaf Plucked Off, reprinted from The Far East, Tokyo, June 1915.
The Greatest Of The Three, June 1915.
The Armenian Martyrdom Is The Source And The Centre Of The Great War Of Europe, May 1915.
''No Province shall be transferred from one Government to another without the consent by plebiscite or otherwise of population of such Province,'' May 1915.
Open Letter To The Right Honourable H. H. Asquith, March 1913, ACF
Turkey Kowtows To Britain, The New York Times, March 1912.
Diana's article ''What follows'' written in 1912 was rejected for publishing by The Japan Advertiser, in Yokohama, claiming that the facts in the article were unsubstantiated, ACF
What follows. 1912, page 2, ACF
What follows. 1912, page 1, ACF
Open Letter To The Honorable President Willian Howard Taft, page 3.
Open Letter To The Honorable President William Howard Taft, page 2.
Open Letter To The Honorable President William Howard Taft, page 1.