___, «Italian Fleet Shells Turkish» October 1 1911 p.1, 6-7

___, «Editorial: Italy’s Censors» October 1 1911 p.12

___, «Scenes in the City of Tripoli» October 1 1911 Section 2 p.4


___, «Starvation in Thrace» January 1 1914 p.3

___, «Greece Tells Turks to Stop Expulsions» June 13 1914 p.3

___, «Turkey Fails To Reply» June 16 1914 p.2

___, «Turks Slay 100 Greeks» June 17 1914 p.6

___, «Turkey Is Conciliatory» June 19 1914 p.3

(Mallet, Sir L.) «Says Enver Pushed Turkey Into War» December 12 1914 p.5

___, «Sultan Blames Russia» December 16 1914 p.3


___, «Trebizond Falls To Czar’s Attack By Land and Sea» April 19 1916 p.1, 3

___, «Prominent Syrians Executed by Turks» July 10 1916 p.3

___, «Turks Deporting Greeks» August 21 1916 p.2


___, «1,000,000 Greeks Killed?» January 1 1918 p.15

___, «Franco-Turkish Exchange» May 11 1918 p.2

___, «Turks To Swap Prisoners; Terms for Invalids: 300 British plus 100 Indians Equal 1.500 Turks» May 26 1918 Section 2 p.3

(Editorial) «Tino As Protector» June 10 1918 p.10

___, «Turks Hold Americans: Took 842 with Them When They Were Driven from Jerusalem» July 2 1918 p.2

(Einstein, L.) «Tells of Turkish Cruelty To Greeks» August 26 1918 p.9

Housepian, M.M. «Turks’ Prophecy Fulfilled: The Fall of Damascus the Beginning of the End for Them» November 3 1918 Section 3 p.1

___, «Turk Brutality Recorded: 3.290 Captured British Reported Dead and 2.222 Missing» November 21 1918 p.2


___, «Terrorize Greeks in Asia Minor» March 15 1919 p.24

___, «Turks Massacre Greeks» March 21 1919 p.3

___, «Greece sends semi-official mission to tell of part she took in war» May 4 1919 Section 2 p.1

(Editorial) «Armenia and Trebizond» May 4 1919 Section 3 p.

Tabet, Dr. E.G. «The French in Syria» (Letter to the Editor) May 4 1919 Section 3 p.

___, «Smyrna Is Taken Away From Turkey» May 17 1919 p.5

(Editorial) «Dividing Asia Minor» May 19 1919 p.16

(Associated Press) «Allies Question Italy on landing» May 23 1919 p.1

(Editorial) «Enver Pasha» May 26 1919 p.14

___, «Murders in Asia Minor» July 8 1919 p.6

___, «Turkish Army Moves To Destroy The Armenians» July 31 1919 p.1

___, «Turks Parboiled 250,000» July 31 1919 p.2

___, «Turks Slay 21 Boy Scouts» August 15 1919 p.10

___, «Turks Murdering Greeks» September 23 1919 p.19

___, «Kemal Defies Allies; Forms A Government» October 10 1919 p.19

___, «Editorial: A Near Eastern Report» October 24 1919 p.12

Grasty, C.H. «Greeks In Smyrna By Secret Treaty» November 28 1919 p.1

(Editorial) «The Greeks In Smyrna» November 29 1919 p.10


___, «More Greeks Deported; Turkish Nationalists Now Expelling Them From Trebizond» January 4 1922 p.2

___, «French Escort 49,884 Christians to Safety» January 6 1922 p.3

___, «300 Greeks Massacred» (Samsounta, Pontos) February 1 1922 p.3

___, «Senator King Urges Action Against Turks; Introduces Resolution to Stop Kemal Pasha’s Policy of Exterminating Christians» February 3 1922 p.2

Baker, R.S. «Europe’s Secret Treaties» February 26 1922 Section 7 p.1,3

Cardashian, V. «Turkey: Indicate That United States Must Deal With Turkey at Genoa, and Severely» (Letter to the Editor) February 26 1922 Section 7 p.8

Cassavetes, N.J. (Letter to the Editor) February 26 1922 Section 7 p.8

Kostarinis, A. «Lloyd George’s ‘Wrong Horse’» (Letter to the Editor) March 5 1922 Section 7 p.8

___, «Turks Hem In Greeks; Nationalist Minister Leads Expedition in Pontus Region» March 11 1922 p.19

Cassavetes, N.J. «Hindu Motives» (Letter to the Editor) March 15 1922 p.18

(Associated Press) «Ship Seizure Arouses Italy Against Greeks» March 17 1922 p.19

___, «Turks Burn 24 Greek Villages; Many People Perish In Flames» (Pontos) March 30 1922 p.1

(Associated Press) «Angora Turks Ask Armistice Changes» April 6 1922 p.3

(Associated Press) «Sublime Porte Agrees To Armistice Terms» April 9 1922 p.21

Cardashian, V. «Armenian Independence» (Letter to the Editor) April 9 1922 Section IX p.8

___, «Editorial: Sauce for the Turk» April 10 1922 p.14

___, «Greeks Balk at terms» April 12 1922 p.2

Azgapetian, A. «Stand by Armenia» (Letter to the Editor) April 13 1922 p.18

Eyoub, D. «Greeks in Asia Minor and Thrace» (Letter to the Editor) April 13 1922 p.18

Ides, X. «Greeks in Asia Minor and Thrace» (Letter to the Editor) April 15 1922 p.14

___, «Killing By Turks Has Been Renewed; American Says They Plan To Exterminate the Christians in Asia Minor; They Have Deported Major Yowell and Associate From Harpoot» May 6 1922 p.2

___, «Yowell Files His Protest; American Expelled From Harpoot Appeals to Our High Commissioner» May 10 1922 p.7

___, «Turkish Atrocities Stir Britain To Act; She Invites Us To Join In Investigating Massacres of Greeks» May 16 1922 p.3

(Associated Press) «Kemalist Agent Coming; Vice-President May Be Sent Here to Refute Charges of Atrocities» May 25 1922 p.21

(Associated Press) «Britain Awaits Our Reply; Near East Inquiry is Held Up Pending Receipt-Atrocities Continue» June 2 1922 p.2

___, «303,238 Massacred, Greek Minister Says» June 2 1922 p.3

Williams, T.W. «Says Turks Suffer More Than Greeks; Foreign Minister Izzet Pasha Defends Deportations Which Allies Will Investigate» June 2 1922 p.3

(Associated Press) «Brings Turkish Charges; Dr. Ward To Report To The State Department on Outrages» June 2 1922 p.3

___, «Assails Kemal Pasha; Mass Meeting Here Charges Atrocities on Christians» (Meeting presided over by Bishop William T. Manning of the Episcopal Church) June 2 1922 p.17

___, «America to Join European Powers in Turkish Inquiry[Secretary of State] Hughes Announces Acceptance of British Invitation to Investigate Atrocity Charges» June 4 1922 p.1, 18

___, «Predicts Greatest Massacre in History; Dr. Ward Says Turks Will Be Restrained Only By Power’s Concerted Action» June 4 1922 Section 2 p.1

___, «Venizelos may turn up in Athens; Co-operation of King and Statesman Might Settle Near East Crisis» June 4 1922 Section 2 p.2

___, «To Train Armenian Boys» (Vickey Home for Armenian Orphan Boys) June 4 1922 Section 2 p.2

Shimon, P. «Assyrian Immigration» (Letter to the Editor) June 4 1922 Section 7 p.16

Murray, T. «Turkish Barbarities» (Letter to the Editor) June 5 1922 p.12

___, «With Europe in One Thing» (Editorial) June 5 1922 p.12

(Associated Press) «Near East Emigrant Rush; Greeks and Turks Confer» June 6 1922 p.3

___, «Turks Draft Christians: Formed into Labor Brigades in Cilicia to Dig Trenches at Front» June 6 1922 p.21

(Associated Press) «Quick Action Urged to get Atrocity Proof; Dr. Ward Fears Turks Will Remove Witnesses and Traces of Crimes» June 6 1922 p.21

James, E.L. «See United States in Europe’s Affairs; Opinion Held in Paris That Turkish Inquiry Will Involve Us Politically» June 6 1922 p.21

___, «Says 22,000 Greeks Died on the March; Ward Declares Only Quick Action By Washington Can Stop Turkish Massacres; Christian Girls For Harem; Turks Forbade American Orphanages to Shelter Those Who Were More Than 15» June 7 1922 p.3

___, «Logue Laments Fighting» June 8 1922 p.2

Cassavetes, N.J. «Bulgaria and Greece» (Letter to the Editor) June 8 1922 p.18

___, «Editorial: Greek Politics» June 9 1922 p.14

(Associated Press) «Dr. Ward Sees Balfour: Latter Agrees that Turkish Atrocities Inquiry Should Be Expedited» June 10 1922 p.3

(Associated Press) «Greeks Explain Attack; Say They Exploded Ammunition at Samsun» June 11 1922 p.16

(Associated Press) «90 Casualties in Samsun» June 12 1922 p.3

Eyoub, D. «Opportunities for U.S. in Near East» (Letter to the Editor) June 13 1922 p.18

___, «Turks Massacre 15,000 More Greeks; Kemalist Troops Employed in Systematic Campaign of Murder and Starvation» June 14 1922 p.4

___, «Atrocities Enquiry Limited to Past Year; British Won’t Try to Punish the Guilty in View of Washington’s Attitude» June 15 1922 p.40

___, «Editorial: Near East Solutions» June 16 1922 p.16

(Associated Press) «Massacres Up in Commons; Lloyd George Declines To Call Poincare’s Attention to Turkish Outrages» June 16 1922 p.36

(Associated Press) «France Exacts an Apology for Outrages by Kemalists» June 17 1922 p.1

(Associated Press) «Knapp Accuses Kemalists; American Relief Worker Says They Persecuted Him and Woman Aid» June 17 1922 p.4

___, «Anatolia Deportee Here; Dr. Ruth Parmalee, Ousted by Kemalists, Says They Are All Corrupt» June 17 1922 p.5

(Associated Press) «British in Mosul Oil Field» June 20 1922 p.31

(Associated Press) «Kemal Pasha Puts His Veto On the Atrocities Inquiry» June 21 1922 p.1

(Associated Press) «Assail Treatment of Logue» June 22 1922 p.2

(Editorial) «The Sensitive Turk» June 22 1922 p.14

Williams, T.W. «War-Weary Greeks Now Expect Peace» June 25 1922 Section 2 p.5

___, «Starve Christians; Lay It To Allah; Turks Driving Helpless Greeks Before Them To Death, Says Relief Official» June 25 1922 Section 2 p.5

Fares, F. «Mohammedans in Syria» (Letter to the Editor) June 26 1922 p.12

___, «Relief Worker Weds in Turkey» June 26 1922 p.13

Williams, T.W. «Turk Capital Inert Under Enemy Rule» June 26 1922 p.16

___, «Italy is Anxious About Palestine» June 28 1922 p.5

___, «Americans Quoted Against The Greeks» July 2 1922 p.3

Williams, T.W. «Near East Problem Grows More Acute» July 2 1922 Section II p.5

Fares, F. «Syria and Foreign Rule» (Letter to the Editor) July 2 1922 Section 6 p.6

Gordon-Smith, G. «Birth-Pangs in the Balkans» July 2 1922 Section VI p.6

Vanech, P. «Killings: Turkish and Greek» (Letter to the Editor) July 2 1922 Section 8 p.8

(Associated Press) «Urge Economy on Turkey» July 3 1922 p.5

(Associated Press) «Americans to Develop Ex-Sultan’s Oil Lands» July 3 1922 p.19

(Associated Press) «Delay Asia Minor Inquiry» July 6 1922 p.4

___, «Reports Standard Has Anatolia Oil Grant» July 6 1922 p.8

___, «Greek Quota Already Full» July 8 1922 p.2

(Associated Press) «Says Turks Killed Several Americans» July 8 1922 p.4

___, «Greek Fleet Holds Sea» July 8 1922 p.4

___, «Says Greeks Aim At Constantinople» July 10 1922 p.3

(Associated Press) «Kurdish Republic Formed» July 10 1922 p.12

(Associated Press) «Doubt Greek Aggression» July 11 1922 p.8

(Associated Press) «American Obtains Baku Oil Concessions» July 11 1922 p.22

___, «Britain Favors US on Oil» July 12 1922 p.23

(Associated Press) «For Near East Conference» July 14 1922 p.13

(Associated Press) «New Cabinet in Angora» July 15 1922 p.3

(Associated Press) «Delay Asia Minor Inquiry» July 15 1922 p.8

___, «Near East Relief Has Saved 1,000,000» July 16 1922 Section 2 p.3

Patton, P. «Near East & the Turkish Treaty» New York Times Magazine July 16 1922 p.3, 24

(Editorial) «Macedonia and Thrace» July 17 1922 p.12

___, «African Mandates Amended to Suit US» July 19 1922 p.18

___, «Inquiry by Red Cross» July 28 1922 p.8

(Editorial) «Evading Investigators» July 29 1922 p.6

(Editorial) «Enver In Turan» July 31 1922 p.10

(Associated Press) «Send More Troops to Oppose Greeks» August 1 1922 p.21

(Associated Press) «Greece Proclaims Smyrna Protectorate» August 1 1922 p.21

(Associated Press) «Greeks Have 70,000 on Tchatalja Front» August 2 1922 p.19

___, «No Money for Greece Now» August 2 1922 p.19

Kimball, E.M. «Christian Hope in Asia Minor» (Letter to the Editor) August 6 1922 Section 7 p.8

Mahdesian, A. «Christians in Asia Minor» (Letter to the Editor) August 20 1922 Section 7 p.8

___, «Seek Peace Basis for Greeks and Turks» August 22 1922 p.2

Montgomery, G. «The Armenian Inquiry» (Letter to the Editor) September 3 1922 Section 7 p.8

(Associated Press) «Greeks Lose Ushak; Smyrna Menaced» September 5 1922 p.3

___, «Morgenthau Calls for Check on Turks; Says Their Devilish Scheme for Annihilation of Other Races Must Not Go On» September 5 1922 p.3

(Associated Press) «Europeans Begin To Leave Smyrna» September 7 1922 p.4

___, «Reports the Turks Killing Americans; Murders Every Day, Says S.R. Harlow, With Our Government Inactive; Wiping Out Our Missions; Deliberate Campaign is Making Rapid Progress, Says Professor of College in Smyrna» September 7 1922 p.4

(Editorial) «The White Man’s Burden» September 7 1922 p.16

___, «Armistice Sought by Greeks as Turks Press Near Smyrna» September 8 1922 p.1, 3

___, «As to Americans in Anatolia» (Rev. E.R. Harlow, Professor of History and Sociology, American College at Smyrna)September 8 1922 p.17

(Associated Press) «Greeks Hand Over Smyrna To Allies; Looting Reported» Septembe 9 1922 p.1, 3

(Associated Press) «Proposes League Protection for Asia Minor Christians» September 9 1922 p.15

___, «Greeks Surrender Smyrna to Turks After Shell Fire» September 10 1922 p.1, 18

___, «Morgenthau Warns France; Hints At Loss of American Sympathy Due to Her Backing of Turks» September 10 1922 p.18

(Ass. Press) «Greeks Returning Mutinous in Defeat; Cheer Venizelos; Hints of Massacre; Constantinople Celebrates With Riots» September 11 1922 p.1, 3

James, E.L. «Kemal Won’t Insure Against Massacres; His Message Disquiets League Officials, Who Fear Turks Have Begun The Slaughter» September 11 1922 p.3

___, «Indian Moslems Exult; Prayers for Kemal Pasha in Mosques» September 11 1922 p.3

___, «Allies are Agreed Turkey Shall Not have Dardanelles» September 12 1922 p.1, 3

(Associated Press) «British Call Allies to Defend Straits; Famine Menace in Smyrna; 700,000 Will Be Without Food in a Week, Says American Near East Relief Director» September 13 1922 p.3

___, «Russia Demands Straits Go To Turks; Cannon Calls For Force, if Necessary, to Avert More Massacres» (Bishop Cannon, Chairman, Southern Methodist Advisory Committee of the American Near East ReliefSeptember 14 1922 p.1, 3

___, «Bishop would use Navy against Turks» September 14 1922 p.3

___, «Armenian Heroine Dies Saving Children; 14-Year-Old Orphan Collapses After Rescuing Three From The Mediterranean» September 14 1922 p.3

___, «French Pro-Turkish Message to London; Morgenthau Fears War; Points Out Elements of a Balkan Outbreak if Turks Are Not Curbed» September 14 1922 p.3

___, «Smyrna Burning; 14 Americans Missing; 1,000 Massacred As Turks Fire City; Kemal Threatens March on Capital» September 15 1922 p.1-2

___, «Must Have Capital, Says Kemal Pasha» September 15 1922 p.2

(Associated Press) «Bodies in Mudania Harbor; Americans Report Appalling Situation in Refugees’ Stampede» September 15 1922 p.2

(Associated Press) «Britain Prepares to Fight for Straits; Calls on Dominions to Send Troops; Smyrna Wiped Out, Killings Continue» September 17 1922 p.1-2

(Associated Press) «Soviet Tells Balfour It Backs The Turks» September 17 1922 p.2

___, «Who Equipped Kemal? The Soviet, One Report» September 17 1922 p.2

Prentiss, M.G. «Eyewitness Story of Smyrna’s Horror; 200,000 Victims of Turks and Flames; Kemal Demands Greeks Quit Thrace» September 18 1922 p.1-2

___, «Finds Blame for Us in Killing By Turks» September 18 1922 p.3

___, «Fiendish Tortures for Greek Prelate» September 18 1922 p.3

___, «Allies Agree on Parley with Turks; Russia Excluded» September 21 1922 p.1, 3

___, «Turks Whet Sabres to Terrify Smyrna» September 21 1922 p.3

___, «Turk Atrocities Told By British» September 21 1922 p.3

___, «Allies Hear Turks Draft an Ultimatum Asking Evacuation of Thrace in 48 Hours» September 22 1922 p.1-2

___, «Asserts Allies Lag As Refugees Starve» September 22 1922 p.2

(Editorial) «Preliminary To Peace; Rescue Work at Smyrna» September 22 1922 p.14

(Associated Press) «Turks Take Position Near Dardanelles and Mass More Forces Toward Capital; Paris Frames New Plan to Avert Clash» September 23 1922 p.1-2

(Associated Press) «Clear Smyrna Quay of Refugee Throng» September 23 1922 p.2

James, E.L. «Allies Promise East Thrace to Turks, Straits to be Free Under the League» September 24 1922 p.1-3

___, «Back From Syria, Tells of Smyrna» September 24 1922 p.4

James, E.L. «Paris Acclaims Peace In Near East» September 25 1922 p.1-2

(Associated Press) «3,000 Turkish Cavalry Near Chanak; Main Forces Reported Close Behind; British Send Column to Halt Invaders» September 26 1922 p.1-2

___, «Athens Cabinet Asks Services of Venizelos In An Effort to Retain Eastern Thrace» September 26 1922 p.1-2

(Associated Press) «Greek Army Revolts» September 27 1922 p.1-2

(Associated Press) «George on Greek Throne, Rebels Rule» September 29 1922 p.1, 4

(Associated Press) «Kemal Defiant, Tells British to Retire; Harington Gives A Counter Ultimatum, and Clash At The Straits Seems Near» September 30 1922 p.1, 3

___, «Cede East and West Thrace at Once, Demand Turks In Setting Conditions for Parley With Allies» September 30 1922 p.1

(Associated Press) «Greek Rebels Seize Deposed Officials» September 30 1922 p.1, 3

(Editorial) «Responsibility At Smyrna» September 30 1922 p.12

___, «Topics of the Times: His Defense Hardly Convincing» September 30 1922 p.12

___, «‘Nationalist Pact’ Key To Turks’ Policy» October 1 1922 p.3

___, «The Two Kemals. The Polished Aristocrat of European Circles in Contrast With the Ruthless Commander of Fanatical Turks» October 1 1922 Section 8: Special Features p.3

(Associated Press) «Defense of Thrace is Greeks’ New Aim» October 2 1922 p.1-2

___, «Says Kemal Tries to Bluff Britain» October 2 1922 p.2

___, «Asks Aid For Smyrna Jews» October 2 1922 p.2

___, «Hughes Clarifies Near East Policy» November 1 1922 p.6

___, «Wounded By Turks: Bandits Injured E.R.Applegate When They Killed Fellow Relief Worker» November 1 1922 p.40

McFee, W. «W. McFee in the Near East» (Letter to the Editor) November 2 1922 p.18

(Associated Press) «Christians Flee Anatolia; Thousands Are Destitute» November 3 1922 p.1, 6

(Editorial) «Thrace» November 3 1922 p.16

___, «Topics of the Times: Atrocities Are of Two Kinds» November 3 1922 p.16

James, E.L. «Sultanate Ended By Angora Decree. Assembly Supreme» November 4 1922 p.1, 4

Nansen, Sigruna «$460,000 For Refugees; Near East Relief Has Spent That Amount Since Smyrna Disaster» November 4 1922 p.4

Mahdesian, Arshag «Numbers Massacred» (Letter to the Editor) November 5 1922 Section IX p.8

(Associated Press) «Allies Will Stay In Constantinople, Turks Are Told; Fears Massacre if Allies Quit Capital» November 7 1922 p.1, 3

___, «The Turk Comes Home» (Editorial) November 7 1922 p.16

___, «1,000 Refugees Here Race Deportation: Church Council Appeals to Washington to Prevent Expulsion of Greeks and Armenians» November 7 1922 p.24

___, «Smyrna Refugees Arrive: Wife and 3 Children of New York Business Man on Liner Chicago» November 8 1922 p.10

___, «Massacre in Caesarea? Beirut Says Prisoners Were Burned and Civilians Butchered» November 8 1922 p.17

___, «Hughes To Oppose Control By Turks: Permanent Hold of the Dardanelles by Them to be Contested; New Turkish Tariff May Block Our Relief: It Demands Duties Nearly Half of Cargoes’ Value-British Order Custom House Closed; Allied Precautions Against Famine» November 8 1922 p.17

James, E.L. «Kemal to Demand Allies Relinquish World War Gains: Turks at Lausanne Will Insist Their Victory Over Greece Wipes Out 1918 Defeat» November 10 1922 p.1, 3

___, «Relief Supplies Unloaded: Most Important Shipment Yet Received Reaches Saloniki» November 10 1922 p.3

James, E.L «Allied Commission Threatens Kemal With Armed Action» November 11 1922 p.1, 3

___, «War Talk To Turks A Campaign Issue» November 11 1922 p.3

___, «Armenians’ Smyrna Losses: 4,000 Killed and $118,000,000 in Property Seized or Destroyed» November 11 1922 p.3

___, «Poincare Defends His Turkish Policy» November 11 1922 p.3

___, «Straus Fears Turk May Drag U.S. To War» November 11 1922 p.3

James, E.L. «Turks Unyielding, Allies Not Agreed On Counter Terms: Angora tells Governor of Constantinople to Insist on Full Control» November 14 1922 p.1

___, «Venizelos Hopes We’ll Pay Greece: Says She Would Use $34,000,000 Loan Balance to Aid Her Refugees» November 14 1922 p.2

___, «Ismet Says Turks Want National Rights: Will Demand at Lausanne Merely to be Dealt With as Responsible Government» November 14 1922 p.2

___, «No American Note Sent To Kemalists: Washington Disclaims Any ‘Interferance’ Beyond Hughes’ October 30 Communication to Allies» November 14 1922 p.2

___, «Greeks Ready For Defense; General Nider Orders Mobilization of Forces in Western Thrace» November 14 1922 p.2

___, «Hundreds Dying in Saloniki: Red Cross Reports Terrible Conditions Among 140,000 Refugees» November 14 1922 p.2

___, «Disavow Prentiss’ Views: Near East Relief Officials Do Not Share Fears for Constantinople» November 14 1922 p.2

James, E.L. «Allies Will Confer, Then Meet Turks; Refugees choke Samsun: 40,000 More Headed From Anatolian Interior to Black Sea Port» November 15 1922 p.3

(Ass. Press) «Greeks Take Steps to Arraign Prince; Army Chiefs Seized» December 1 1922 p.1, 3

James, E.L. «Russians Reject Ban At Lausanne; Accept Participation in Straits Discussion but Refuse to be Excluded From Others» December 1 1922 p.3

James, E.L. «Turks Proclaim Banishment Edict to 1,000,000 Greeks; New Light on Turkish Massacres; Dr. Nansen Reads His Report; A Million Greeks Wiped Out» December 2 1922 p.1, 3

___, «Allied Warnings Kept From Greeks; Powers Withdrew Help» December 2 1922 p.1, 3

___, «To Fight For Billion and Rich Oil Lands For Sultan’s Heirs; Immense Oil Holdings in Mesopotamia Now Object of World Diplomacy; Says Turkey Seeks A Big Loan; Henry Morgenthau Opposes Any Financial Aid from American Bankers; Opposes Bargaining on Oil Rights» December 2 1922 p.1, 6

___, «3,000 Orphans At Piraeus; Near East Relief Celebrates Thanksgiving Day by Welcoming Them» December 2 1922 p.3

___, «Says Turkey Seeks A Big Loan Here» December 2 1922 p.6


Kinzer, S. «For Greeks In Turkey, Distrust Turns To Fear» January 23 1998 p.4

Kinzer, S. «Is this the secret heart of the Byzantine Empire?» July 27 1998 p.?3