What was a result of the Greco Turkish War?

What was a result of the Greco Turkish War?

Greco-Turkish War (1897)

Date 18 April – 20 May 1897 (32 days)
Location Mainland Greece, mainly Epirus, Thessaly and Crete
Result Ottoman victory Small parts of Thessaly ceded to the Ottoman Empire Autonomy of Crete through the intervention of the Great Powers of Europe

What was a result of Greece’s fight for independence?

The war led to the formation of modern Greece. The revolution is celebrated by Greeks around the world as independence day on 25 March. Greece came under Ottoman rule in the 15th century, in the decades before and after the fall of Constantinople.

How many wars did Turkey lose?


Conflict Turkey and allies Turkish losses
War of Independence (1919–1923) Franco-Turkish War (1918–1921) Greco-Turkish War (1919–1922) Turkish–Armenian War (1920) Ankara Government Unknown
Sheikh Said Rebellion (1925) Turkey 15,000– 250,000
Ararat Rebellion (1927–1930) Turkey 4,500– 47,000

What ended the Russo-Turkish War?

April 24, 1877 – March 3, 1878
Russo-Turkish War/Periods

Who did Greece win its independence from in 1827?

The Treaty of London allowed the three European powers to intervene on behalf of the Greeks. At the naval Battle of Navarino, on 20 October 1827, the Allies crushed the combined Ottoman–Egyptian fleet in an overwhelming victory that forcefully and effectively created an independent Greek state.

What was the result of the Greco-Turkish War?

As a result of the Greco-Turkish War, the entire Greek population of Asia Minor was transferred to Greece in 1922. The Orthodox under the immediate jurisdiction of the ecumenical patriarchate of Constantinople were thus reduced to the Greek population of Istanbul and its vicinity.

When did the Greek-Turkish War end in 1922?

The Greek front collapsed with the Turkish counter-attack in August 1922, and the war effectively ended with the recapture of Smyrna by Turkish forces and the great fire of Smyrna.

Where did the Greeks take control of Turkey in 1919?

Greek soldiers taking their posts in Smyrna (Turkish: Izmir) amidst the jubilant ethnic Greek population of the city, 15 May 1919 On May 15, 1919, twenty thousand Greek soldiers landed in Smyrna and took control of the city and its surroundings under cover of the Greek, French, and British navies.

Who was the British prime minister during the Greco-Turkish War?

The western Allies, particularly British Prime Minister David Lloyd George, had promised Greece territorial gains at the expense of the Ottoman Empire if Greece entered the war on the Allied side.