The Blight of Asia: An Account of the Systematic Extermination of Christian Populations by Mohammedans and the Culpability of Certain Great Powers; with the True Story of the Burning of Smyrna

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Taderon Press, Jan 1, 2003 - History - 208 pages
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This book is a record of the burning of Smyrna and the exodus of its native Greek and Armenian population in 1922. The author was US consul in that city when it was burned down by Turkish nationalists. The Blight of Asia was originally published in 1926.

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Read Christos Papoutsy's accompanying book Ships of Mercy.

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Horton was US Consul-General at Smyrna (Izmir)

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