Near East Relief and American Humanitarian Exceptionalism, 1919–1923
This chapter employs the memoirs of New East Relief administrators Stanley E. Kerr and Mabel Evelyn Elliott from the time of the failed attempt of American Near East Relief to resettled Armenian refugees in Anatolia. The chapter introduces the concept of American humanitarian exceptionalism and follows the effects of NER efforts through the eyes of orphan memoirs.
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