Table of contents for In the land of blood and tears : experiences in Mesopotamia during the World War / by Jakob Káeunzler ; edited by Ara Ghazarians ; translation from the 1999 German edition edited by Dr. Hans-Lukas Kieser ; with a Preface by Dr. Vahakn N. Dadrian.

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1. The War Begins		29
2. On the Trail of Diplomacy		33
3. Requisitions		36
4. Evil Prospects		37
5. Fatal Hours		40
6. Away with the Labor Battalions		44
7. August 19th		48	
8. Deportees from the North		53
9. The Calm before the Storm		61
10. Deathly Fear		64
11. Occupation of the German Industrial Grounds		66
12. The American Mission Station		67
13. Collapse of the Resistance		69
14. The Surrender		71
15. Hagob		73
16. Turkish Promises		74
17. The Death of Mr. Leslie		75
18. Court-Martial Investigations		81
19. The Forced Evacuation		82
20. Harassment		85
21. A Consolation		86
22. A Turkish Orphanage		87
23. Traitors		88
24. Sundry Sanctuaries		89
25. The Liquidation Commission		92
26. British Psychosis¿¿	 	93
27. Doctor without a Degree		94
28. The Closing of the German Mission Hospital		95
29. The Last Deportations		98
30. The fate of the Garabed Karakashian		100
31. The Kurdish Deportation		101
32. Rakka		104
33. Sundry Rescue Work		108
34. The Sallow Horse		111
35. Elias, the Coachman		113
36. Mardiros		114
37. German-Turkish and Turkish-German		116
38. Germans in Urfa		117
39. The Banknote		129
40. The Food Prices		130
41. Dawn		131
42. The Destroyed Quarter		136
43. Bells and Other Sounds		138
44. Death of the Traitor		141
45. Ali Ihsan Pa_a		143
46. The Arrival of the British		143
47. A Last Unsuccessful Harassment		148
48. Arrival of the Aid Expedition		150
49. An Airplane Over Urfa		151
50. Concerns about Bills		152
51. Insightful Mohammedans		153
52. Departure		155
53. Closing Words		161
Last experiences in Turkey 		166 
[54.] Back in Urfa		166
[55.] The Spies		167
[56.] Agitation for the Armenians		169
[57.] The Emigration		170
[58.] Brew-i-Davo		172
[59.] The Confession		174
[60.] The Whirlwind		174
[61.] The Corral		176
[62.] The Greek Orphans from Malatya		177
[63.] From Foe to Friend		178
[64.] The End of the Urfa Station		180
The Turks and the Armenians: A New Phase		183
For the Red Crescent		189
Picture section	 	121
Appendix
Letter from J. Künzler to J. Lepsius		193
Selected bibliography		196
Map		198

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Káeunzler, Jakob, b. 1871.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Personal narratives, Swiss.
Armenian massacres, 1915-1923 -- Turkey -- Urfa.
Armenians -- Turkey -- Urfa -- History.