The Genocide of the Greeks of the Ottoman Empire, 1913–1923: A Comprehensive Overview

@article{Meichanetsidis2015TheGO,
  title={The Genocide of the Greeks of the Ottoman Empire, 1913–1923: A Comprehensive Overview},
  author={Vasileios Th. Meichanetsidis},
  journal={Genocide Studies International},
  year={2015},
  volume={9},
  pages={104 - 173}
}
This article refers to the 1913–1923 genocide of the Greeks of the Ottoman Empire and aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the overall genocidal process. On the one hand, it offers an ideological, social, and political background and framework for understanding that process; on the other hand, it documents and analyzes the various empirical aspects and data, providing ample examples of genocidal acts. The paper aims at providing an understanding of the genocide and a sense of the Ottoman… 

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