Pontian Greek Genocide

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Pontian Greek Genocide or Pontic Greek Genocide is a term used to describe the massacres committed by the Ottoman Empire on the Greek populations.

"The Armenians are not the only subject people in Turkey which have suffered from this policy of making Turkey exclusively the country of the Turks. The story which I have told about the Armenians I could also tell with certain modifications about the Greeks and the Syrians. Indeed the Greeks were the first victims of this nationalizing idea."

Ambassador Morgenthau's Story CHAPTER XXIV Henry Morgenthau - 1918