Twice a Stranger: How Mass Expulsion Forged Modern Greece and Turkey

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Granta Books, 2006 - Conference on Near Eastern Affairs - 274 pages
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In 1923, after a long war over the future of the Ottoman world, nearly two million citizens of Turkey and Greece were moved across the Aegean, expelled from their homes because they were the wrong religion. Bruce Clark's account of these turbulent events draws on new archival research in both Greece and Turkey.

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Great book. Fascinating account of a byroad of 20 th century history, the greek- turkish population exchange of the 1920s, of which I already knew a little. Distinguished by a great range of different ... Read full review

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Introduction
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Ayvalik and its ghosts
21
The road to Lausanne
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Copyright

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Bruce Clark is the international security editor of the

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