Arthur Derounian

Arthur Derounian 1949 John Roy Carlson (April 9, 1909, Alexandroupoli – April 23, 1991, New York City) is one of the many pen names of Arthur Derounian, born Avedis Boghos Derounian, the journalist and best-selling author of ''Under Cover''.

Derounian wrote for the ''Armenian Mirror-Spectator'', ''Fortune Magazine'', the ''Council Against Intolerance'' and the ''Friends of Democracy.'' In the 1950s he founded and managed the Armenian Information Service, which made a number of publications. His exposé writing has been the subject of lawsuits.

Derounian is also notable for editing the manifesto of Armenia's first Prime Minister, Hovhannes Kajaznuni. Provided by Wikipedia
by Carlson, John Roy, 1909-
Published 1951
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