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Massaker der Türkei in Smyrni/Izmir

Erstellt von Sonne-2012, 15.09.2013, 21:28 Uhr · 1.381 Antworten · 59.899 Aufrufe

  1. #1221

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    Türkische Massaker an Frauen

    Schaut euch die Gesichter der Türken im Bild an, die sind noch stolz darauf.
    Ich entschuldige mich im Namen meiner Väter für diese abscheuliche Verbrechen.

  2. #1222
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    Zeitung: The Evening Independent 17 October 1917

    TURKS TURNED AGAINST GREEK; 700,000 SUFFER

    THE SAME TREATMENT THAT THE ARMENIANS RECEIVED IS METED OUT TO THE GREEKS.

    GREEKS ARE LAW-ABIDING AND LOYAL TO GOVERNMENT

    Stories of Greek Deportation Just beginning to Leak Out, Says Frank W. Jackson.

    The Evening Independent 17 October 1917.

    NEW YORK, OCT 17. - Not satisfied by the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of Americans (sic) and
    Syrians,the Turk has also turned against the Greek Christians in his dominions and more than
    700,000 have fallen victim to a persecution in the form of death, suffering or deportation,
    it was declared here today by Frank W. Jackson, of this city, chairman of the Relief Committee
    for Greeks of Asia minor. He said the real details of these new Turkish atrocities were just
    beginning to leak out.
    "The story of the Greek deportation is not yet generally known," said Mr. Jackson. "Quietly and
    gradually the same treatment is being meted out to the Greeks as to the Americans (sic). Although
    closely guarded, certain echoes of these horrors come out from time to time.
    "There were some two to three million Greeks in Asia Minor at the outbreak of the war in 1914,
    subject to Turkish rule. According to the latest reliable and authorative accounts some seven
    to eight hundred thousand have been deported, mainly from the coast regions into the interior
    of Asia Minor.
    "The Greeks of Asia Minor have always been law-abiding and perfectly loyal to the Turkish
    government. Under Abdul Hamid they were well treated, but his successors adopted a program to
    crush them.
    "At the declaration of the present war all persecutions were stopped but the Spring of 1915
    brought to the stage a tragic, novel drama unique in the history of the world as to its horrors
    and destructiveness, that is the Armenian deportation; under that innocent name the extermination
    of a Christian race was started.
    "Along with the (Armenians) most of the Greeks of the Marmora regions and Thrace have been
    deported on the pretext that they gave information to the enemy. Along the Aegean Coast Aivalik
    stands out as the worst sufferer .According to one report some 70,000 Greeks there have been
    deported toward Koria and beyond. At least 7,000 have been slaughtered. The Greek Bishop
    of Aivalik committed suicide in despair.
    "The latest account from Trebizond shows the towns along the Black sea are being emptied of their
    Greek population. From Trebizond we have a letter dated July 24, 1917, in which he says the
    following order came from Turkish Army Headquarters at Sheishehie: 'By 12:25 July let no Greek
    man over 16 and under 50 be found in Ordou. Send all such on into the interior. As for the
    families, we will send further orders later.
    "Mr. Crawford also wrote: 'First let us express once more our thankfulness to God for the
    deliverance He has sent us by the great grand Russian army and people. We are more and more
    appreciating what the Russians have done for this region. Immediately after the Russian occupation
    of this province in April 1916, hundreds of Armenians began to come out of their hiding places."
    "From the Greek Minister to the United States, George Rousses, I have a letter September 21, 1917,
    in which he says:
    "Backed by the Germans, the Turks have put into execution and even organized
    their wildness. They have decided to exterminate the Greek element which is the most important
    and numerous in Asia Minor.
    "Under pretext of necessities of war entire populations have been deported. Members of
    Families have been separated. The old, the men unfit for military service and the women, were
    sent into the interior of the country, abandoned without the slightest help and exposed to all
    sorts of deprivations. The men fit for military service were taken by force into the army
    despite the fact of having paid for exemption: some of the wealthiest have even been called on
    to pay this exemption fee three times over."
    The Relief Committee for Greeks of Asia Minor, Mr. Jackson said, has been organized for
    non-politic and purely humanitarian purposes and aims at securing means to aid these Greeks
    reduced by sudden persecutions to a state of want.

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=w28LAAAAIBAJ&sjid=5VMDAAAAIBAJ&pg=15 27%2C3559330




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  3. #1223

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    Weitere Quellen zu den türkischen Verbrechen

    Zeitung: The Evening Independent 17 October 1917

    TURKS TURNED AGAINST GREEK; 700,000 SUFFER

    THE SAME TREATMENT THAT THE ARMENIANS RECEIVED IS METED OUT TO THE GREEKS.

    GREEKS ARE LAW-ABIDING AND LOYAL TO GOVERNMENT

    Stories of Greek Deportation Just beginning to Leak Out, Says Frank W. Jackson.

    The Evening Independent 17 October 1917.

    NEW YORK, OCT 17. - Not satisfied by the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of Americans (sic) and
    Syrians,the Turk has also turned against the Greek Christians in his dominions and more than
    700,000 have fallen victim to a persecution in the form of death, suffering or deportation,
    it was declared here today by Frank W. Jackson, of this city, chairman of the Relief Committee
    for Greeks of Asia minor. He said the real details of these new Turkish atrocities were just
    beginning to leak out.
    "The story of the Greek deportation is not yet generally known," said Mr. Jackson. "Quietly and
    gradually the same treatment is being meted out to the Greeks as to the Americans (sic). Although
    closely guarded, certain echoes of these horrors come out from time to time.
    "There were some two to three million Greeks in Asia Minor at the outbreak of the war in 1914,
    subject to Turkish rule. According to the latest reliable and authorative accounts some seven
    to eight hundred thousand have been deported, mainly from the coast regions into the interior
    of Asia Minor.
    "The Greeks of Asia Minor have always been law-abiding and perfectly loyal to the Turkish
    government. Under Abdul Hamid they were well treated, but his successors adopted a program to
    crush them.
    "At the declaration of the present war all persecutions were stopped but the Spring of 1915
    brought to the stage a tragic, novel drama unique in the history of the world as to its horrors
    and destructiveness, that is the Armenian deportation; under that innocent name the extermination
    of a Christian race was started.
    "Along with the (Armenians) most of the Greeks of the Marmora regions and Thrace have been
    deported on the pretext that they gave information to the enemy. Along the Aegean Coast Aivalik
    stands out as the worst sufferer .According to one report some 70,000 Greeks there have been
    deported toward Koria and beyond. At least 7,000 have been slaughtered. The Greek Bishop
    of Aivalik committed suicide in despair.
    "The latest account from Trebizond shows the towns along the Black sea are being emptied of their
    Greek population. From Trebizond we have a letter dated July 24, 1917, in which he says the
    following order came from Turkish Army Headquarters at Sheishehie: 'By 12:25 July let no Greek
    man over 16 and under 50 be found in Ordou. Send all such on into the interior. As for the
    families, we will send further orders later.
    "Mr. Crawford also wrote: 'First let us express once more our thankfulness to God for the
    deliverance He has sent us by the great grand Russian army and people. We are more and more
    appreciating what the Russians have done for this region. Immediately after the Russian occupation
    of this province in April 1916, hundreds of Armenians began to come out of their hiding places."
    "From the Greek Minister to the United States, George Rousses, I have a letter September 21, 1917,
    in which he says:
    "Backed by the Germans, the Turks have put into execution and even organized
    their wildness. They have decided to exterminate the Greek element which is the most important
    and numerous in Asia Minor.
    "Under pretext of necessities of war entire populations have been deported. Members of
    Families have been separated. The old, the men unfit for military service and the women, were
    sent into the interior of the country, abandoned without the slightest help and exposed to all
    sorts of deprivations. The men fit for military service were taken by force into the army
    despite the fact of having paid for exemption: some of the wealthiest have even been called on
    to pay this exemption fee three times over."
    The Relief Committee for Greeks of Asia Minor, Mr. Jackson said, has been organized for
    non-politic and purely humanitarian purposes and aims at securing means to aid these Greeks
    reduced by sudden persecutions to a state of want.

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=w28LAAAAIBAJ&sjid=5VMDAAAAIBAJ&pg=15 27%2C3559330




    Sonne, ich fang an dich zu mögen

  4. #1224

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    Zitat Zitat von Puzzle Beitrag anzeigen
    Sonne, ich fang an dich zu mögen
    verstehst du überhaupt, was da steht?

  5. #1225
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    Zitat Zitat von Toruko-jin Beitrag anzeigen
    verstehst du überhaupt, was das steht?
    Was das steht, gut.

  6. #1226
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    Sonne, ich fang an dich zu mögen
    :arschkuss:

  7. #1227
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    Zitat Zitat von blacksea Beitrag anzeigen
    :arschkuss:
    Sag mal ehrlich, du laberst doch, von wegen Pontier?
    Darf man so rückgratlos sein?

  8. #1228
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    Zitat Zitat von DocGonzo Beitrag anzeigen
    Sag mal ehrlich, du laberst doch, von wegen Pontier?
    Darf man so rückgratlos sein?
    Du verstehst es nicht gel?

    Die Pontier sind Patrioten. Nur weil wir eine Minderheit sind, heißt es nicht, dass wir automatisch Anti-Staat sind wie andere.

    Und mir geht es nicht um irgendwas zu leugnen, sondern das die Opfer hier instrumentalisiert werden. Nur du bist Blind und siehst das nicht.

  9. #1229
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    Zitat Zitat von blacksea Beitrag anzeigen
    Du verstehst es nicht gel?

    Die Pontier sind Patrioten. Nur weil wir eine Minderheit sind, heißt es nicht, dass wir automatisch Anti-Staat sind wie andere.

    Und mir geht es nicht um irgendwas zu leugnen, sondern das die Opfer hier instrumentalisiert werden. Nur du bist Blind und siehst das nicht.
    Warum instrumentalisieren? Sonne ist doch aus dem Pontos.

  10. #1230
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    Zitat Zitat von DocGonzo Beitrag anzeigen
    Warum instrumentalisieren? Sonne ist doch aus dem Pontos.
    Ist er aus Dersim, aus Izmir, aus Istanbul, ist ein Armenier, ein Assyrer, ein Aramäer...

    Fällt dir nichts auf?

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