Ceyhan, Nesîme
September 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2008, Vol. 12 Issue 37, p207
Academic Journal
The Fact that the Migration and the War are as old as human history. Regarding to the Migrations which was created by wars, "Small People's" problems and difficulties has been out off interest by researchers, a part from history book records and demographic data. In this study, "small people's" story to be layed stress upon migration tragedy that happened during the Balkan Wars. The stories that simultaneously recorded in Ottoman press.


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