Ancient Anatolian Greeks
Interviews with Anatolian immigrants in Greece
Interviews with Anatolian immigrants in Greece, who gone there after the population exchange of 1923 between Greece and Turkey. A short excerpt from a docume...
Dance Traditions of the Greeks of Anatolia - 1: Meli, Erythraia (Cesme) Peninsula - Zeybekiko "Bam"
This is a first in a series of videos which will illustrate the rich dance traditions of the former Greek inhabitants of the Republic of Turkey - both its Eu...
"Hello Anatolia" Trailer - Feature Film Documentary 2013
After working in the corporate world for years, Greek-American filmmaker Chrysovalantis Stamelos decided it was time to satisfy his desire to search for his ...
Anatolian Costumes of Paphlagonia & Pontos
The song is MOIPOΛOÏ ΣEPPA (Miroloï Serra) from Guardians of Hellenism (Vol. 4 Pontos, Cappadocia). Anatolia (Aνατολή), which means East in Greek, which is n...
Influence of Greek Anatolia After War of 1922 (1/2)
Short clip about the influence of Anatolian Greeks after the War of 1922.
Greek Turkish Shared Musics - Kizim Seni Aliye (Istemem Babacim)
This well known Turkish song was very popular among Anatolian Greeks and Armenians. It was recorded with Greek lyrics in 1960 by the popular laika duet of Ma...
Dogs 101 - Anatolian Shepherd
For more, visit http://animal.discovery.com/tv/dogs-101/#mkcpgn=ytapl1 | The Anatolian Shepherd is one of the worlds largest and most imposing dogs.
Anatolian Interfaces Hittites Greeks and Their Neighours Proceedings of an Inter
Видео обзор книжки будет готов позже. Скачать Anatolian Interfaces: Hittites, Greeks and Their Neighours, Proceedings of an International Conference on Cross...
CTY Greece at Anatolia College (GR subs)
Erythraia Meli Karsilamas Dimitroula ERT - Dance Traditions of the Greeks of Anatolia 2
See introductory description to Dance Traditions of the Greeks of Anatolia upload) From the Erythraia or Cesme Peninsula west of Izmir / Smyrna, former Gree...
Wed, 02 Jul 2014 07:42:31 -0700
With the 1924 Lausanne Treaty, the few remaining Pontic Greeks were included in the 1,250,000 Anatolian Greeks “exchanged” for Muslims in Greece, thereby completely emptying the Black Sea region from its historic Greek civilization. All the names of ...
Sat, 08 Nov 2014 23:22:25 -0800
The present persecution recalls the sad story of massacres and what can rightfully be called genocide, even before the term was coined, of Armenians, Assyrians, and Pontic and Anatolian Greeks, committed by the Muslims of the Ottoman Empire. Starting ...
Tue, 07 Oct 2014 04:01:37 -0700
October is prime leaf peeping season, but it's also time for ghost stories, Halloween and visiting haunted houses. We could visit any old haunted house in America. But we're thinking about heading to Turkey instead, because the country has two of the ...
Tue, 09 Sep 2014 08:38:16 -0700
@Theodore Botz @Daniel Stoilkovski So cald "greek soil" is full with macedonian bones, bones of native people killing from new settlers - anatolian greeks - in mass genocide in 1913 and 1944 - 1945 ! Do you remember this, because we do ? Jhony Rep 5pts.
Thu, 11 Sep 2014 21:07:18 -0700
But starting with the Armenian genocide in 1914 and continuing through the massacre and expulsion of Anatolian Greeks in 1922-1923, the Turks killed three to four million Christians in Turkey and the Ottoman provinces. Thus began a century of Muslim ...
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 08:06:26 -0700
 The Greek Foreign Minister spoke of the deaths of more than 300,000 Anatolian Greeks along the Black Sea coast. The U.S. Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire condemned the murder of two million Christians in Turkey by 1918, including Armenians, ...
Tue, 19 Aug 2014 10:32:48 -0700
Anatolian Greeks were victims of a broad Turkish genocide project which was aimed at all Ottoman Empire Christian minorities. As many as 1.5 million Greeks died. More than 3.5 million Greeks, Armenians, and Assyrians were killed under the successive ...
Sun, 17 Aug 2014 03:30:00 -0700
According to a report by Jeff Benvenuto and John Lim at the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights of Rutgers University: "Pontian and Anatolian Greeks were victims of a broader Turkish genocidal project aimed at all Christian minorities in ...
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