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 TOTOVENTS Vahan, was born on July 18, 1894 in the city of Mezre (Kharberd province). Armenian writer. He graduated from National Central Gymnasium of Kharberd in 1907, H. Tlkatintsi and R. Zardaryan were his teachers. In 1908 he moved to Constantinople, in 1909 to Paris, then to New York. In 1912 he entered Wisconsin University where he studied Literature, History and Philosophy. In 1915-16 Totovents participated in the Armenian voluntary movement, fought in the  Adranik’s detachment,  was his secretary and  wrote memoirs that were published in 1920 by the title “Andranik and his battles” by nickname Arsen Marmaryan. See more...