1950 Balıkesir Çarşı Yangını

January 2011
Ekev Academic Review;kis2011, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p287
Academic Journal
In this article, the fire occurring in the Balıkesir Bazaar has been reviewed and studied. On the one hand; the reasons of fire and the helps done by the State for the victims both during and after the fire, have been studied. On the other hand; the attitudes of the State administrators againstthe fire and the reconstruction of the bazaar have been evaluated.


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