Greece 1948. David Seymour Evacuation of children from the civil war areas.

© David Seymour - Evacuation of children from the civil war areas, Greece 1948

A young woman from Smyrna, Asia Minor (modern day Izmir, Turkey) in traditional folk dress, taken in 1857.

A young Greek woman from Smyrna, Asia Minor (modern day Izmir, Turkey) in traditional folk dress, taken in

Civil War/Greece Kids arriving at the new school built on the loft in the church.Location:Louzesti, Greece Date taken:December 1947 Photographer:John Phillips

Civil War/Greece Kids arriving at the new school built on the loft in the church.Location:Louzesti, Greece Date taken:December 1947 Photographer:John Phillips

Refugee children from Asia Minor in Greece

Refugee children from Asia Minor in Greece

Civil War/Greece Papageorgion standing in front of one of the seven churches that was destroyed.Location:Louzesti, Greece Date taken:1947 Photographer:John Phillips

Civil War/Greece Papageorgion standing in front of one of the seven churches that was destroyed.Location:Louzesti, Greece Date Photographer:John Phillips

Greek Costumes, Men's Costumes, Greece Flag, Comment, Mediterranean Art, Military, Style, Shoes, Crete

Civil War/Greece A school teacher standing in front of a destroyed school.Location:Louzesti, Greece Date taken:December 1947 Photographer:John Phillips

Civil War/Greece A school teacher standing in front of a destroyed school.Location:Louzesti, Greece Date taken:December 1947 Photographer:John Phillips

Civil War/Greece The Mayor chatting with Lt. Col. Economitas.Location:Louzesti, Greece Date taken:December 1947 Photographer:John Phillips

Civil War/Greece The Mayor chatting with Lt.Location:Louzesti, Greece Date taken:December 1947 Photographer:John Phillips

Not Even My Name, Thea Halo. Picador, USA, 2000. http://amzn.to/2dDdgGQ

Not Even My Name is a rare eyewitness account of the horrors of a little-known, often denied genocide, in which hundreds of thousands of Armenian and Pontic Gre

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