The exchange of Greek and Turkish populations in 1920s and its socio-economic impacts on the life in Anatolia

@article{Erden2004TheEO,
  title={The exchange of Greek and Turkish populations in 1920s and its socio-economic impacts on the life in Anatolia},
  author={Mustafa Suphi Erden},
  journal={Crime, Law and Social Change},
  year={2004},
  volume={41},
  pages={261-282}
}
  • M. S. Erden
  • Published 1 April 2004
  • Sociology
  • Crime, Law and Social Change
The topic of this paper is the population exchange that took place between the Turkish and Greek states in the 1920s. The socio political conditions that led to the exchange, the official agreements between the two states, the real experiences of the immigrants, the regulations of the Turkish state, the ignorance of the Turkish state and academia about the exchange, the socio-economic effects of the exchange on life in Anatolia are the topics mentioned and in this article. The basic aim of this… 
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