Drama of the Moslem Turkish minority in western Thrace
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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Greece,
  • Thrace, Western.

Subjects:

  • Turks -- Civil rights -- Greece -- Thrace, Western.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[Associations of Solidarity with Western Thrace Turks in Federal Germany and Turkey].
ContributionsAssociation of Solidarity with Western Thrace Turks in Federal Germany and Turkey.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJC599.G732 T483 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination40 p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2960897M
LC Control Number84204954

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  ASSOCIATIONS OF SOLIDARITY WITH WESTERN THRACE TURKS IN FEDERAL GERMANY AND TURKEY The drama of the Moslem Turkish Minority in Western Thrace. n.p.: L'Institut de Politique Etrangere, Large 8vo., 40 p., b/w ills. Paperback Very good. Turkish Greek relations West Thrace Thrace Balkans Minorities $ 3) Bulgarian (Bolgarski) which is spoken in Western Thrace by the Pomaks, who are a Moslem community. 4) The Slavo-Macedonian (Makedonski) in the region of Northern Greece and 5) the Turkish (Turkse) in Western Thrace. Also included were suggestions about how a distinct language and culture should be cultivated.   In January was signed the Greco-Turkish Convention for the exchange of populations, which differs from the Greco-Bulgarian Convention in that it makes the emigration of the Greek and Moslem minorities in the two countries compulsory, only the Greeks of Constantinople and the Turks of Western Thrace being exempted from its Author: Akritas. Turkish, Greek, Italian, Ladino and Hebrew. In most cases, the names used are those appearing in the sources, with an indication of the present names. The index listing places and personalities at the end of the book is intended to help the reader to locate topics of personal interest. Acknowledgments.

The Greek Genocide. Note: Anatolia (from the Greek meaning east) and Asia Minor are both terms used to designate the area now known as Turkey. Pontos, or Pontus, a large mountainous province along the southern shores of the Black Sea, and the Pontians, or Pontic Greeks, who first settled there in B.C., are often specifically mentioned in documentation.   IT IS DIFFICULT TO BE A TURK IN GREECE! Western Thrace Turks have always experienced difficulties. The process from the establishment of the Republic of Turkey in to present day has been full of troubles. During tough times with the Colonels Junta, the Turkish minority gave a fight for their existence. The Macedonians (,) became a minority; they were present as a majority only in the western part of the Aegean part of Macedonia (Kostur, Lerin and Voden regions). The large colonization brought about by the Greeks was followed by a law passed by the Greek government in on the change of the toponymy of the Aegean part of Macedonia. 2. Turkish Affairs. Kemal's Bold Stroke, The Maitland Weekly Mercury. 4 Apr , 5. 3. Mango, Ataturk, 4. Black Book the Tragedy of Pontus A few short notes on the Turkish cruelties perpetrated against the Greeks of the Pontus during the months of June, July and August The Central Council of Pontus. Athens , pp 5.

THE PRESS OF THE MOSLEM MINORITY OF WESTERN THRACE FROM THE TREATY OF LAUSANNE TO THE PRESENT DAY This study examines the general subject-matter and leanings of the Turkish press in Western Thrace and attempts to give a concise picture of it. Naturally, the subject cannot be dealt with exhaustively here, but at least This book undertakes a.   The claims of Turks towards Greece in the conference, where the Swiss chairman Hubb hoped “ the Greek-Turkish war to be the last in the history of humanity”, was: martial compensations, concession of Western Thrace, (finally if the 51% of Macedonia after the Balkan wars belonged to Greece the corresponding percentage for Thrace, northern. Summary of "the Inhabited Places in Aegean Macedonia" in which the Turkish and other Moslem population in Macedonian suffered at the most. It is not a secret that the worst torture towards the Moslem population showed Greek and Bulgarian troops and authorities. An exception was making only for the Moslem population from Western Thrace. The eviction of Greeks from their ancestral homes in Asia Minor and Eastern Thrace, and the obligatory relocation of the Moslem Turkish minority in Greek Macedonia to Turkey, became the model for the "solution to the German minority problem" in Central Europe in