U.S. Navy sailors assist in transport of Greek and Armenian refugees from Turkey to Athens Greece
Constantinople Turkey Date:1920 Duration:1 min 12 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Scenes in Constantinople, Turkey . Tenders from U.S. Navy ships shuttling civilian refugee passengers, mostly Greek and Armenian, including many children, to safety during the Greco-Turkish War and unrest during the post-World War 1 partitioning of the Ottoman Empire. Refugees gathered around a cut tree trunk. Construction of small buildings underway in a port area. Refugees with lots of smiling children waving white flags aboard a U.S. Navy tender in a port. Refugees and children on a dock smiling, with some holding an Armenian flag.
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