According to the International League for the Rights and Liberation of Peoples, between 1916 and 1923, up to 350,000 Greek Pontians were reportedly killed in massacres, persecution and death marches. Merrill D. Peterson cites the death toll of 360,000 for the Greeks of Pontus. Smyrna citizens trying to reach the Allied ships during the Smyrna fire, 1922.
Muslims march in Germany, waving the Turkish flag and chanting: With the help of allah WE WILL CONQUER YOU !!!
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Armenian refugees in Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey, in 1922 (seven years after the Armenian Massacre of 1915).
French diplomat Francois George-Picot, who along with British colonial officer Mark Sykes drew lines across a Middle East map of the Ottoman Empire after World War I, carving out states with boundaries that are nearly the same as they are today.
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Grandma’s Tattoos unveils the story of the Armenian women driven out of Ottoman Turkey during the First World War-Armenian Genocide
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A group of unidentified Australian and New Zealand soldiers in a front line trench on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Standing in the narrow confines of a trench passage, with sandbags at the parapet above them, several of the men are smoking pipes and cigarettes. Australian War Memorial, C03420
Greek civilians mourn their dead. Smyrna 1922. Photo: American Red Cross.
1873 photogravure. (1) Christian woman villager of Chania; (2) Christian villager of Chania; (3) resident of Sphakia. from the province of Crète, Ottoman Empire by Pascal Sabah bestpictresof