Twenty-three years in Asia Minor, 1899-1922 by Efthimios N. Couzinos

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Published by Vantage Press in New York .

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  • Turkey -- History -- 1909-

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LC ClassificationsDR583 C68
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Pagination175,3p.
Number of Pages1753
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Open LibraryOL17379993M

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Couzinos, a member of Turkey’s Greek minority tells the story of his halcyon days as a youth before the explosive wars of the twentieth century.

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