History of Byzantium and Modern Greece

History of Byzantium and Modern Greece
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Sultan Abdul Hamid II

Wednesday, 28th April 1909: From Yildiz Palace in Istanbul to Villa Allatini in Thessaloniki

Sultan Abdul Hamid II, From one of Abdul Hamid's poems: My Lord I know…

Soldiers around fountain – Yildiz savay in 1909, after the deposition of Abdul Hamid II

Wednesday, 28th April 1909: From Yildiz Palace in Istanbul to Villa Allatini in Thessaloniki

Soldiers around fountain – Yildiz savay in after the deposition of Abdul Hamid II

Servants from the deposed Sultan Abdulhamid II’s Palace at Yildiz being escorted by soldiers of the Young Turks (CUP) during the April Revolution

Wednesday, 28th April 1909: From Yildiz Palace in Istanbul to Villa Allatini in Thessaloniki

Wednesday, April From Yildiz Palace in Istanbul to Villa Allatini in Thessaloniki

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

– September Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

– September Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

– September Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

Adnan Menderes

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

Turkey old prime minister Adnan Menderes

Sultan Mehmed V

Wednesday, 28th April 1909: From Yildiz Palace in Istanbul to Villa Allatini in Thessaloniki

The Ottoman empire officially ended on the November when the Ottoman sultanate was abolished and Turkey was declared a republic.

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

– September Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

– September Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

– September Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

Mustafa Kemal Pasha, known as Ataturk, the Father of Turks, the founder of the Turkish Republic

Wednesday, 28th April 1909: From Yildiz Palace in Istanbul to Villa Allatini in Thessaloniki

The Ottoman empire officially ended on the November when the Ottoman sultanate was abolished and Turkey was declared a republic.

Surgical operation in a health post for Greek refugees from Asia Minor. <br><span class="grey">© ICRC / hist-03132-18</span>

Ottoman field hospital north of Baghdad in 1917 to Amaaljhjrahy who fell in front of the British forces

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

– September Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul

6th – 7th September 1955, Istanbul: Pogrom against the Greeks

This is a black anniversary. The trigger for the horrific events was the explosion of a bomb during the night of the September in the building where Kemal Ataturk was bo…

Villa Alatini, Thessaloniki

Wednesday, 28th April 1909: From Yildiz Palace in Istanbul to Villa Allatini in Thessaloniki

Wednesday, April From Yildiz Palace in Istanbul to Villa Allatini in Thessaloniki

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