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GREECE-TURKEY: History
From the landing of the Greek Army in Smyrna (Izmir) in 1919, to the end of the Greek-Turkish War of 1922, this excerpt explores the deeper causes of the first massive compulsory population exchange of the 20th century. 1.250.000 ...

GERMANY - POLAND: History
At the end of WWII, 12 million Germans living in Eastern Europe were forced to abandon their homes. An additional 1.5 million Poles were moved into the homes of the displaced Germans, when the border between Germany, ...

INDIA - PAKISTAN: History
With India's independence from Great Britain, the separation and creation of Pakistan in 1947, 14 million Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs were forced to leave their homes, amidst uncontrolled violence on both sides of the border. ...

CYPRUS: History
From 1963 to 1974, more than 180.000 Greek Cypriots were forcibly displaced to the south of the island and 50.000 Turkish Cypriots to the north. To date, the humanitarian, social and political problem remains unsolved. ...




 
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