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Reactions of Marmara Community to Invasions Subsequent to the Armistice of Mudros
The Journal of International Social Research (2010)
  • Hasan Ali POLAT
Abstract
The Entente Powers commenced to invade Anatolia after signing of Armistice of Mudros. Almost every place and institution including the capital of Ottoman Empire was exposed to invasion. While The Entente Powers were attempting to invade, they tortured Turkish folk in various ways. They planned to annihilate the Ottoman completely with these occupations but the folk who lived in the region which exposed to these invasions expressed injustice of invasions at every turn. Indignation meetings were organized in many places and protesting telegrams were sent to agents of the Entente Powers. Eventually, the invasions of the Entente Powers and their ill-treatment in the course of these invasions made the folk get closer to Struggle for National Independence Movement.
Keywords
  • The Entente Powers,
  • Occupation,
  • Protest,
  • Meeting,
  • Marmara
Publication Date
Spring April, 2010
Citation Information
Hasan Ali POLAT. "Reactions of Marmara Community to Invasions Subsequent to the Armistice of Mudros" The Journal of International Social Research Vol. 3 Iss. 11 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/hasanali_polat/1/