ROOT CAUSES OF THE GREEK REFUGEE PROBLEM
This chapter begins with a discussion of the root cause of the Greek refugee problem. It then discusses the persecutions of Greeks in Eastern Thrace and Asia Minor; resettlement of Greek refugees in Macedonia, 1913-1915; the Asia Minor catastrophe; displacement of Ottoman Greek citizens from their ancestral lands; and the Convention of Lausanne on 30 January 1923.
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