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The Greek Genocide as Recorded in US Navy Diaries

The Smyrna Catastrophe and other acts of the Greek Genocide were witnessed by US Navy officers; their diaries document the atrocities.

Hundreds of Turks Visit Alleged Birthplace of Ataturk in Thessaloniki

Hundreds of Turkish citizens visited the building of the Turkish Council in Thessaloniki, in which the founder of the modern Turkish state, Kemal Ataturk, was allegedly born, on Friday; the 79th anniversary since Ataturk's death. Approximately 30 buses and individual...

Turkish President Defines Turkey's 'Borders of the Heart' as Larger Than Actual Borders

Speaking at an event honoring the anniversary of the death of Turkish statesman Kemal Ataturk, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan amped the rhetoric against Greece. He reiterated his positions regarding Turkey's "borders of the heart." "Turkey is larger than Turkey....

Turkey Miffed Australia Recognizes Armenian Genocide

Turkey speaks of "forgery of history" and characterizes the testimonies of Australians who fought at Gallipoli as" lies." Australians reacted strongly to these allegations. The parliament of New South Wales is in a head-on collision with the Turkish government after...

Thessaloniki Woos Tourists by Showcasing its Jewish Heritage

Thessaloniki is more than just Greece's second city; it is a place with its own unique and rich cultural heritage, including that of the hundreds of thousands of Jews who once called it home. This long Jewish cultural heritage is...

Boutaris The Turk, Ataturk's Brother

The beginning of the end of the Ottoman Occupation of Greece in 1821, which gave birth to the modern Greek state, and the fall of Smyrna in Asia Minor a century later in 1922 were the bookends for revolutions...