The Greek Media in World War I and its Aftermath by Georgia Eglezou
Published by Tauris Academic Studies on March 15th 2009
Genres: Greece, Press and propaganda, History, Military, World War I, 20th Century, Europe, Social History, Language Arts & Disciplines
Len's Summary: A study of the Athens’ press coverage of Greece in WWI and in the conflict between Greece and Turkey which followed the signing of the Treaty of Sevres (1920). The resultant Greek defeat led to the Greeks being driven from Turkey and Turkey regaining many of the territories (Smyrna, Thrace) lost after WWI and regained in the Treaty of Lausanne (1923).
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