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in response to reader comment: Victors write history, Susan

Submitted by sozekujan (United States), Mar 25, 2009 at 03:33

... first ghazi means (soldier who got wounded in a war) second what genocide r u talking about, at the times turks were fighting with greeks(who were backed up in every way by england, french...)and greek army was trying to get a very big piece of anatolia (they were thinking that it would be so easy cos they had all the weapons,logistic and whatever they needed , whereas turks didnt have that much power or technology) by the way u can actually watch the videos of turkish women and kids carrying guns or bombs on their back to the turkish soldiers from miles away)

but great turkish people beat ... greeks and they ran away back to greece and they burned down the cities (lots of turks died) ATATURK said this"i am not ordering you to fight a am ordering you to die"that why we re a great nation with great soldiers
go and learn some history dude


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