Ahmad Sohrab

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*''A Persian Rosary of Nineteen Pearls''. 2nd. ed. New York, Caravan of East & West, n.d. [194-?] 3rd. ed. New York, Caravan of East & West, n.d. [195-?] ed., [4]. New York: New History Society, n.d. [1939].
 
*''A Persian Rosary of Nineteen Pearls''. 2nd. ed. New York, Caravan of East & West, n.d. [194-?] 3rd. ed. New York, Caravan of East & West, n.d. [195-?] ed., [4]. New York: New History Society, n.d. [1939].
 
*''Silver Sun'', with Julia Chanler.  Date unknown, but before 1943 as it is mentioned as one of his works, on the flyleaf of Abdul Baha's Grandson (which is next)
 
*''Silver Sun'', with Julia Chanler.  Date unknown, but before 1943 as it is mentioned as one of his works, on the flyleaf of Abdul Baha's Grandson (which is next)
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*[http://www.fglaysher.com/bahaicensorship/SohrabEx.htm Excerpts from Mirza Ahmad Sohrab's Broken Silence: The Story of Today's Struggle for Religious Freedom. New York: Universal Publishing, 1942.]
 
*[http://www.h-net.org/~bahai/diglib/books/P-T/S/sohrab/ABG.htm ''`Abdu'l-Bahá's Grandson]: Story of a Twentieth Century Excommunication''. New York: Universal Publishing Co for The New History Foundation, 1943. Reprinted. H-Bahai: Lansing, Michigan, 2004.
 
*[http://www.h-net.org/~bahai/diglib/books/P-T/S/sohrab/ABG.htm ''`Abdu'l-Bahá's Grandson]: Story of a Twentieth Century Excommunication''. New York: Universal Publishing Co for The New History Foundation, 1943. Reprinted. H-Bahai: Lansing, Michigan, 2004.
 
*Brand, Max and Mirza Ahmad Sohrab [libretto Max Brand, and Julie Chanler; Music Max Brand]. The Gate: Scenic Oratorio for Soli, Chorus, and Orchestra in Two Parts (19 Scenes). 61. New York: Associated Music Publishers, 1944.
 
*Brand, Max and Mirza Ahmad Sohrab [libretto Max Brand, and Julie Chanler; Music Max Brand]. The Gate: Scenic Oratorio for Soli, Chorus, and Orchestra in Two Parts (19 Scenes). 61. New York: Associated Music Publishers, 1944.
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*[http://bahai-library.com/?file=sohrab_ferm ''Living Schools of Religion'']. Vergilius Ferm, ed. Ames, Iowa: Littlefield, Adams & Co., 1956. Chapter 19, "The Bahá'í Cause," by Mirza Ahmad Sohrab (pages 309-14)
 
*[http://bahai-library.com/?file=sohrab_ferm ''Living Schools of Religion'']. Vergilius Ferm, ed. Ames, Iowa: Littlefield, Adams & Co., 1956. Chapter 19, "The Bahá'í Cause," by Mirza Ahmad Sohrab (pages 309-14)
 
*[http://www.h-net.org/~bahai/diglib/books/P-T/S/sohrab/MBP.htm ''My Bahá'í Pilgrimage. Autobiography from Childhood to Middle Age''].  (originally ran serially in ''The Caravan'') New York: New History Foundation, 1959. Reprinted. H-Bahai: Lansing, Michigan, 2004.
 
*[http://www.h-net.org/~bahai/diglib/books/P-T/S/sohrab/MBP.htm ''My Bahá'í Pilgrimage. Autobiography from Childhood to Middle Age''].  (originally ran serially in ''The Caravan'') New York: New History Foundation, 1959. Reprinted. H-Bahai: Lansing, Michigan, 2004.
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*[http://bahai-library.com/file.php5?file=sohrab_ferm&language=All Mirza Ahmad Sohrab. Living Schools of Religion]. Vergilius Ferm, ed.
 
*[http://www.fglaysher.com/bahaicensorship/SohrabEx.htm Excerpts from Mirza Ahmad Sohrab's Broken Silence: The Story of Today's Struggle for Religious Freedom. New York: Universal Publishing, 1942.]
 
  
 
== Works about him ==
 
== Works about him ==

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