The Genocide of the Ottoman Greeks

Sep 13, 2012

Presentation of the new publication by Aristide D. Caratzas / Melissa International Ltd. of New York...

The Genocide of the Ottoman Greeks

The period of transition from the collapse of the Ottoman Empire to the foundation of the Turkish Republic was characterized by a number of processes largely guided by a narrow elite that aimed to construct a modern, national state. One of these processes was the deliberate and planned elimination, indeed extermination, of the Christian (and certain other) minorities. According to demographic studies, the numbers are stark: In 1912 the areas of Asia Minor and Thrace were inhabited by about 4-5 million Christians and 7-8 million Muslims; by 1923 only 250-300,000 Christians remained.

The volume was edited by Tessa Hofmann, Matthias Bjørnlund and Vasileios Meichanetsidis During the event there will be an introduction to the volume by Dr. Hofmann and comments by Prof. Marios Evriviades and Dr. Vlassis Agtzides with some closing thoughts by the Publisher. The presentation will be in English language.

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Organizer Aristide D. Caratzas / Melissa International Ltd. of New York, Hellenic American Union
Venue Hellenic American Union Theater
Start Date 13/09/2012
End Date 13/09/2012
Starting Time 20:00
Type Talk - Presentation
Participants Dr.Tessa Hofmann, Marios Evriviades, Dr. Vlassis Agtzides, Aristides Karatzas
Languages: EN
Interpretation Provided: No
Registration Required: No
Reservation Required: No
Admission Fee Admission is free
Last Update At: 2012/09/18 - 09:48:54

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