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Image from page 326 of "Review of reviews and world's work" (1890)

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Title: Review of reviews and world's work

Year: 1890 (1890s)



Publisher: New York Review of Reviews Corp

Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto



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ffice even after repressivemeasures began to be applied against (ireeceand all formal relations had been cut off onthe part of the Entente. Since the polic\ ofGreece had changed from a friendly to anopenly unfriendly one. in spite of repeated\otes of the representatives of the nation andin spite of the popular \t)te on May .^1. Mr.Wnizelos regards it as only natural that thep(twers, as protectors of the independence andconstitutional liberties of the Greek people,should demand that the people be called wynmafter the demobilization to express their willconcerning the government. He welcomes this action of the powers aslased not onl> on treaties and contracts, buta^ aimed at tlie «)verthrow of the svstem ofespionage and the terrorism to which thepro|ile have been subjected. So long as theattempt is made to obtain tiie free expressionof their sovereign will, the (ireek people willfind in this action new reasons for gratitudeto tiie protecting powers. LEJDIXG ARTICLES OF THE MONTH 325


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ANATOLIA COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL AT MARSOVAN. IN ASIA MINOR. SEIZED BY TURKISH AUTHORITIES (The large, fully equipped hospital at the right; THE EVICTION OF AMERICANS FROMiMARSOVAN BY THE TURKS IN May last, President George E. White,of Anatolia College; Dr. J. K. Marden,in charge of Anatolia Hospital, and a groupof men and women connected with the vari-ous institutions of the American Board atMarsovan, Asia Minor, were evicted hy theTurkish officials and sent to Constantinopleunder orders of the general commanding thethird Turkish army, the strained relationsbetween Germany and the United States be-ing given as a reason for the deportation.The buildings of the American Board atMarsovan, including college, hospital, girls*school, theological seminar}, residences, andshops were seized by the Turkish Govern-ment with the ostensible object of utilizingthem for the purpose of a militar>- hospital.Dr. White, who is now in this cr)untry,contributes to the August number of theMistionary Heral



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