ETHNIC CLEANSING FROM 1910 TO 1930 AND ITS ROLE IN THE SHAPING OF MODERN BALKAN HISTORY: A STUDY.

Maeghan Chassé

Abstract


When the Ottoman Empire collapsed in 1923 independent Balkan states began to emerge but competition between ethnicities and national groups within the region culminated in violence, fear campaigns and deportations. This paper looks at the role that ethnic cleansing from 1910 until 1930 played in influencing modern Balkan history and highlights the different form of ethnic cleansing that have worked to shape the Balkan region and its people.

Keywords


Balkans, Ethnic Cleansing, Ottoman Empire, Nation-State, Balkan Wars, Migration, Congress of Berlin, Assimilation

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Copyright (c) 2016 Maeghan Chassé

License URL: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/














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