|Providing detailed statistics of the various estimates of the Churches' population after the genocide, David Gaunt accepts the figure of 275,000 deaths as reported by the Assyrian delegation at the and ventures that the death toll would be around 300,000 because of uncounted Assyrian-inhabited areas|
|Pataki Proclaims October 6th, 2002 as the 80th Anniversary of the Persecution of Greeks of Asia Minor• Turkish-Greek Relations: Escaping from the Security Dilemma in the Aegean||Resolution of the State of New York, October 6th, 2002; NY State Governor George E|
He writes of the re-taking of Smyrna by the Turkish army in September 1922.
|438—439]; but using the same source Eddy [1931, p||201] states that the post-1923 exchange involved 192,356 Greeks from Turkey and 354,647 Muslims from Greece|
|"5,000 Christians Massacred, Turkish Nationalist Conspiracy" in The Scotsman August 24, 1920• , Fires of Hatred: Ethnic Cleansing in Twentieth-Century Europe, p||"Turks will be Turks" in the New York Times September 16, 1922• "Girls died to escape Turks" in the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin• Aydin, Mustafa and Kostas Ifantis editors 2004|
|League of Nations, Geneva October 30th, 1924|
|Stier, Grosser Atlas zur Weltgeschichte, Westermann, 1985, p||2 million with the main wave occurring in 1922 before the signing of the convention|
Psomiades, Presented at the "Conference on Human Rights Issues in the Eastern Mediterranean and Asia Minor" Hellenic-Canadian Federation of Ontario, Toronto, 21 May 2000.21