In 1915, an institution called “Near East Relief” was founded in the USA to help Armenian people who were saved from the so-called Armenian genocide. Stanley E. Kerr, who volunteered to help Armenians in the organization within this institution, was appointed to this office in Maraş in 1919. Stanley E. Kerr, who lived in Maraş between 1919-1922, witnessed the National Struggle of Maras during this period. Fifty years after his departure from Marash, he wrote a book about the events that took place in Marash, using his own experiences as well as the memoirs of foreign missions officers working at that time in Marash. However, the author did not remain neutral while dealing with the events of Maraş’s liberation struggle and tried to show the Armenians who embraced the occupiers in the Maras occupation of the French as innocent and the Turks as insurgents. This study aims to reveal the deficiencies and biased aspects of Stanley E. Kerr’s retirement book and to present a more accurate viewpoint by making proved historical criticisms of these views.