Our Smallest Ally by William Wigram is a compelling account of the vicissitudes and events that befell the Assyrian nation, Britain's smallest ally, during World War One. Dr. Wigram, a long-standing member of the Archbishop of Canterbury's mission to the Assyrians, chronicles the role played by this small nation during the war. His account is an important piece of work because as noted by the author himself, this episode was 'wholly unimportant both politically and strategically, in that it was but a "side-show" to greater events.' It is hoped that this republication by the Assyrian Academic Society will shed some light on the much forgotten role of the Assyrian nation during World War One.
Number Of Pages: 70
Published: 5th April 2010
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 12.68 x 20.3 x 0.36
Weight (kg): 0.08