İŞGAL ALTINDAKİ İSTANBUL BASININDA İZMİR’İN KURTULUŞU

Osmanlı Devleti I. Dünya Savaşının sonunda Mondros Mütarekesini imzalamıştı.

THE LIBERATION OF IZMIR IN THE OCCUPIED ISTANBUL PRESS

At the end of the First World War, the Mudros Armistice was signed by the OttomanEmpire. Partition plans previously agreed with secret agreements were put into practice andhence the occupations began. Turkish people, who did not accept the occupations, enteredinto the struggle by organizing around the Associations for the Defense of the NationalRights (Müdafaa-i Hukuk Cemiyetleri). The occupation of İzmir by the Greeks was thespark thatfired the National Struggle in Anatolia. The occupation of İzmir which started onMay 15, 1919 and lasted more than three years was about to end with the end of the GreatOffensive (Büyük Taaruz). Our victorious army marching towards İzmir entered the city on9th September and received by the people with great enthusiasm. This study examines howliberation of İzmir was represented and reflected upon by the three newspapers – namelyVakit, Akşam and İleri -- published in occupied Istanbul.

Kaynakça

Akşam

Vakit

İleri

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AKYÜZ, Yahya, Türk Kurtuluş Savaşı ve Fransız Kamuoyu 1919-1922, Ankara1988.

ALTAY, Fahrettin, 10 Yıl Savaş ve Sonrası 1912-1922, İstanbul 1970.

ARI, Kemal, İzmir’in Kurtuluşu ve Yüzbaşı Şerafettin, İzmir 2006.

İNCEDAYI, Cevdet Kerim, İstiklal Harbi (Garb Cephesi), İstanbul 2007.

KARAYAMAN, Mehmet, Uşak’ta Kuvâ-yı Milliye, İzmir 2009.

ÖZALP, Kâzım, Milli Mücadele 1919-1922 I, İzmir 1988.

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TANSEL, Selahattin, Mondros’tan Mudanya’ya Kadar, IV, İstanbul 1991.

TURAN, Mustafa, Yunan Mezalimi, (İzmir, Aydın, Manisa ve Denizli 1919-1923),Ankara 1999.

UMAR, Bilge, İzmir’de Yunanlıların Son Günleri, Ankara 1974.

UMAR, Bilge, Yunanlıların ve Anadolu Rumlarının Anlatımıyla İzmir Savaşı,İstanbul 2002.