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Just released and available at Amazon.com is the English version of Kostas Faltaits' collection of eye-witness testimonies from the Nicomedia (Izmit) massacres of 1920-1921, with a prologue by Tessa Hofmann. Originally published in 1921 in Greek, and 1922/1923 in French. Purchase it at Amazon: http://amzn.to/2dBX0Gv
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TURKS KILL WOMEN AND BABES AS FLAMES CONSUME SMYRNA. AMERICAN SAILORS TELL OF LOOTING AND PILLAGING AFTER KEMALIST FORCES ENTER ASIA MINOR SEAPORT. The Evening Star, Washington D.C. 15 September 1922.
http://www.greek-genocide.net/index.php/bibliography/newspapers/209-15-sep-1922-turks-kill-women-and-babes-the-evening-star
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View a list of over 356 deportations of Greeks (Rum) from throughout Ottoman Turkey between 1913-1922 during the Greek Genocide.
List of Deportations
List of Deportations
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We've now documented 97 massacres. View our map of Known Massacres of Greeks during the Greek Genocide.
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NEW PUBLICATION: Genocide in the Ottoman Empire: Armenians, Assyrians, and Greeks, 1913-1923. Read more: http://amzn.to/2tviqLH
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The Massacre of the Greeks of Phocaea, 12 June 1914. Prior to 1914, a purely Greek town.

Read more => http://www.greek-genocide.net/index.php/overview/documentation/133-phocae
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TURKS BUTCHER THOUSANDS AND BEHEAD VICTIMS. Ashland Weekly Tidings, 14 June 1922. www.greek-genocide.net
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In June 1921, 750 Greeks from the Havza region were deported to the interior of #Turkey. The group included 140 Greeks from the village of Kovaniutz (Κοβάνιουτς). Deportees were marched to Amasya - Tokat - Diyarbakir - Sanliurfa and then Aleppo (Syria). From Aleppo they were placed on trains and transported to Beirut. They were then boarded onto a ship and reached Greece towards the end of 1922. Only 350 of the 750 deportees survived. #GreekGenocide
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In 1920, the Ecumenical Patriarchate published the Black Book of the Sufferings of the Greek People in Turkey which detailed the massacre of Greeks in Ottoman Turkey from the Armistice to the end of 1920. Read more => http://www.greek-genocide.net/index.php/en/bibliography/books/319-black-book-of-the-sufferings-of-the-greek-people-in-turkey-2
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