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#1 FriendofGreece

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Posted 15 February 2016 - 12:59 AM

It looks like the Germans were involved and directed the Ottomans in the Greek genocide. No wonder Merkel went to see Erdogan and made secret deals. Birds of the same feathers ... 

 

http://neoskosmos.co...cide-part-three

 

"King Constantine himself accused the German Kaiser, his brother-in-law, of Germany's complicity in the genocide, a claim the Kaiser denied, though enough evidence now exists to suggest that the organised removal of Greeks from coastal regions such as Gallipoli and the forced death marches of the population were suggested to the Ottomans by German military advisers."

 

http://www.greek-gen...ndex.php/quotes

 

"In his memoirs Ambassador Morgenthau's Story (1918) Henry Morgenthau wrote:

'Acting under Germany's prompting, Turkey now began to apply this principle of deportation to her Greek subjects in Asia Minor... This procedure against the Greeks not improperly aroused my indignation. I did not have the slightest suspicion at that time that the Germans had instigated these deportations, but I looked upon them merely as an outburst of Turkish ferocity and chauvinism ...' "





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#2 PatrickT

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Posted 15 February 2016 - 10:56 PM

old stories. who cares?

 

Turkey is a power we can deal with. Greece? Is weak. Its just natural that you get thrown under the wheels



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Posted 16 February 2016 - 02:40 AM

http://www.hellenicr...ation-of-greeks

 

"As early as 1914, under the pretext of protective wartime measures, it was deemed necessary by the Young Turk government to relocate Christian populations from the coast to the interior of Anatolia. The decision for the relocation, originally a German conception, was interpreted by the Greeks as the starting point for tumult in the area.

The relocations were aimed at the extermination of the Greeks through starvation and bad living conditions. Men of the cities were being sent far into the interior, supposedly to work, but most of them would die there from hardship and typhus. Soon, relocation was also implemented in the villages; but women and children who were forced to cross high snowy mountains in the middle of winter—January—would die by the dozens on the way, because of the cold, starvation and disease.

The main accomplice in all these inconceivable Turkish atrocities was, undoubtedly, Germany, and the main instigator of the relocations was German commander Liman von Sanders. Under the same pretext, the Turks were trying to justify actions aimed at the annihilation of a specific section of the people, with the Germans acting as their accomplices by supplying them with excellent strategic planning and supervision.

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#4 PatrickT

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Posted 16 February 2016 - 04:30 PM

Well we strive with excellence. 



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Posted 16 February 2016 - 07:41 PM

Turks and Germans have been mixing their genes for many decades throughout the 20th century. It's no secret that many Germans today have Turkish blood running through their veins. Their friendly relationships started back in the late 1800s and continue to this day. Even though more recently the Turks have taken the upper hand in that relationship as they now "control" a huge piece of the German electorate. All those years of mixing their genes with the Germans now pays off.



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Posted 16 February 2016 - 10:37 PM

Turks and Germans have been mixing their genes for many decades throughout the 20th century. It's no secret that many Germans today have Turkish blood running through their veins. Their friendly relationships started back in the late 1800s and continue to this day. Even though more recently the Turks have taken the upper hand in that relationship as they now "control" a huge piece of the German electorate. All those years of mixing their genes with the Germans now pays off.

 

 

ha ha ha cheap shot. There is no mixing. Never was. Turks basicly live in ghettos by themself. 

 

But how many greeks live in turkey? Looks like our advice was very effective



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Posted 17 February 2016 - 12:46 AM

Not quite. There are many players of Turkish descent who are playing in various German national teams. People of Turkish origin are a very important part of the mosaic of what is called Germany today. 



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Posted 17 February 2016 - 02:47 AM

There is not a lot written on German involvement on the Greek genocide, as for the Armenian genocide, so it is important that anything that is available be further promoted so that the world knows what happened in history.

 

There is a lot of info in this book. I don't have time to read it now but post it here for anyone interested.

 

http://palio.antibar..._Story_1918.pdf

 

I found it in the references from wikipedia:

 

https://en.wikipedia...rary_accounts_2

 

 

More info:

 

http://www.ncas.rutg...reeks-1914-1923

 

“Germany Ordered Greeks Wiped Out.”The Washington Post (August 15, 1917): 4.



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Posted 17 February 2016 - 11:57 AM

Not quite. There are many players of Turkish descent who are playing in various German national teams. People of Turkish origin are a very important part of the mosaic of what is called Germany today. 

 

typical greek idiocy. Turks are 5% of our population. A small part and sure they are important. They give us more influence in the middle east. We cleansed turkey from all scum back then. Our plans are usually excellent and efficient. There was no need for greeks in anatolia.

 

Just be careful, turkish and german warships now patrol at the eastern mediterranean. We might decide to give those islands to turkey because they are able to protect them. :)



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Posted 17 February 2016 - 08:49 PM

κατα την φωτογραφία, οι γερμανοι δεν είναι τόσο γερμανοι εντέλοι όσο νομιζουνε. κάθε άλλο. και ας παριστάνουν τους καθαραίμους με φανατισμό κατι μουνόπανα

 

μουνόπανα που υπερηφανεύονται οτι διατάξανε την γενοκτονία αρμενίων και ελλήνων (και περισσότερο ποντίων), σαν μια πρόθέρμανση για τους εβραίους ... και τώρα προσπαθούν ξανά δήθεν..

 

αλλα τι να περιμένει κανείς απο μουνόπανα ;

 

 

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