The Last Ottomans: The Muslim Minority of Greece 1940-1949
A new study of the international and local politics surrounding the Muslim minority of Western Thrace (Greece) in the 1940s, based on previously unseen archival material. Addresses the minority's complex identity, its relations with other communities in the area, the international diplomacy of WWII and strategic considerations of the Cold War.
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2 The Muslim Community of Western Thrace in Context
3 On the Path to War
5 Strategies for Survival
6 InBetween Two Wars
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29th Infantry Regiment Administration-General of Thrace Ahmet Alexandroupolis Aliens Allied Ankara April Archive Armenian Athens Axis Balkan Belomorie British Bulgarian administration Bulgarian Army Bulgarian authorities Bulgarian occupation collaboration Communist DSE forces DSE’s Eastern Macedonia Edirne Education Embassy ethnic Evros fighters Foreign Ministry Gendarmerie German government’s Greco-Turkish Greek Army Greek authorities Greek civil war Greek government Greek Orthodox groups guerrillas Hasan Hüseyin Interview issue Istanbul Kavalla Kemal Kemalist Komotini Lausanne Lausanne Treaty lowlands Macedonia and Thrace Macedonia and Western Mehmet military Minister minority schools minority’s Muslim Muslim community Muslim minority Muslim population Muslim villager Muslims of Western Mustafa National nationalist October Office Oğlü Orestiada organised Osman Ottoman Party Pomaks Prefecture propaganda recruitment refugees region Report resistance Rhodope Mountains Roma Savaş September soldiers strategy Thessaloniki Thracian tion Trakya Treaty troops Turkey Turkish Consulate Turkish minority Turks Uzunköprü Western Thrace Western Thracian Muslims Xanthi Xanthi Prefecture