Greek genocide is the term used by modern genocide scholars for the violent campaign instigated by the government of the Ottoman Empire against the Greek population of the Empire during World War I and its aftermath (1914–1923).
Ελληνικό κατάστημα στην Σμύρνη.
The Ayavukla Church of Basmane, Smirni
Leaving your loved ones behind during pontic genocide
Refugees from the interior of Asia Minor await to board ships at the port of Smyrna. It is worth noting there are only old men, women and children, all males between the ages of 15-60 having been sent into the interior and massacred. (August 1922).
✿ ❤ Smyrne 1905, eski İzmir....
Christians of Smyrna rescued from Kamalist atrocities on the board of ship, September, 1922. Genocide Museum | The Armenian Genocide Museum-institute
Greek civilians mourn their dead. Smyrna 1922. Photo: American Red Cross.