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Work of the Greek Refugee Settlement Commission

League of Nations. 7th Assembly, 1926.

Work of the Greek Refugee Settlement Commission

resolution adopted by the Assembly at its meeting held on September 21st, 1926 (morning) (adopted on the proposal of the Second Committee)

by League of Nations. 7th Assembly, 1926.

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Published by League of Nations in [Geneva .
Written in English


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SeriesPublications de la Société des Nations. II. Questions économiques et financières. 1926.II.43
The Physical Object
Pagination1 leaf.
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Open LibraryOL15423774M

  Arnon Golan's article, for instance, shows the enormous impact that the resettlement of over one million refugees had on the Greek national state and the important role that international assistance, in the form of the Greek Refugee Settlement Commission sponsored by the League of Nations, had on the : Claudena M. Skran. Part 4. Greek Refugees. The Greek refugees settlement scheme. Protocol arranged by the Leage of Nations and signed at Geneva on September 29th, with the relevant documents and public statements, including the statutes of the Refugees Settlement Commission; Part 5. Repatriation of Prisoners of War.

Diplomacy And Displacement: Reconsidering the Turco-Greek Exchange of Populations, (Middle East Studies: History, Politics & Law) [Yildirim, Onur] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Diplomacy And Displacement: Reconsidering the Turco-Greek Exchange of Populations, (Middle East Studies: HistoryCited by:   Much of the settlement of the refugees was accomplished through the work of the Refugee Settlement Commission, under the auspices of the League of Nations, which was granted significant powers both in financial and in political terms. These powers, at times, infringed upon Greece's : Violetta Hionidou.

Henry Morgenthau, former United States Ambassador to Turkey, has resigned as head of the Greek Refugee Settlement Commission, which administers the affairs of the Greek refugees .   She examines Greek state policy and the role of the Refugee Settlement Commission which, under the auspices of the League of Nations, carried out the refugee resettlement project. Macedonia, a multilingual and ethnically diverse society, experienced a transformation so dramatic that it literally changed its : Elisabeth Kontogiorgi.


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Work of the Greek Refugee Settlement Commission by League of Nations. 7th Assembly, 1926. Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE WORK OF THE GREEK REFUGEE SETTLEMENT COMMISSION Address given on June 18th, By Sir John Hope Simpson, C.I.E. Vice-President of the Commission Sir John Stavridi in the Chair. The settlement of the refugees from Turkey, Russia and Bulgaria who have arrived in Greece, partly in consequence of.

Get this from a library. Settlement of Greek refugees: General summary of the work of the Greek Refugee Settlement Commission. [Greek Refugee Settlement Commission.; League of Nations.]. This chapter focuses on the establishment of the Greek Refugee Settlement Commission (RSC) intasked with not only monitoring and administering the resettlement of the refugees but also to function in a similar capacity as regards the financial reconstruction of the Greek national state, at a time when Greece was in a dire state of : Elisabeth Kontogiorgi.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Greek Refugee Settlement Commission. Greece. [Geneva] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

I was sent to Athens by Morgenthau, Henry,Doubleday, Doran & Company, inc. edition, in EnglishCited by: 9.

pendent Refugee Settlement Commission on lines approved by the League, one-quarter being contributed by the National Bank of Greece. With this offer before it, and on the basis of further proposals of the Financial Committee, the Council, on September 29th,approved (a) a Protocol containing the general conditionsFile Size: 4MB.

Share of the Refugee Settlement Commission in Payments made by Refugees. — Of the pay­ ments made by refugees 75 per cent is handed over, in conformity with Article 18 of the Agreement between the Greek Government and the Hambro and Speyer Banks, to the Inter­ national Financial Commission for the complementary redemption of the loan.

The remaining. The work of The Refugee Settlement Commission. Between andan international Refugee Settlement Commission (RSC) was established in Greece by the League of Nations to handle the loans that were given to the country in relation to the rural and urban settlement of about 1,5 million refugees as well as their actual settlement in Greece.

The work was financed by a second international loan, floated in at 6 per cent., and giving a net yield of £6, Like its predecessor, this loan was issued under League auspices. £3, of the yield were applied by the Commission for its refugee work; the remaining sum helped to stabilise the Greek currency.

It preceded the refugee housing built by the Refugee Settlement Commission () and the housing blocks built by the Greek government in the s. The most famous of these, the Alexandras Avenue Apartments designed by the Le Corbusier trained Kimon Lascaris (), has so dominated the architectural discourse over public housing Author: KOSTIS KOURELIS.

The epic of the modern Greeks -- Ten paragraphs of recent Greek history -- Rumblings of the approaching storm -- Britain saves us from another world war -- The storm breaks at Smyrna -- The tragic flood inundates Greece -- I was sent to Athens -- My first days in Greece -- Exit monarchy-enter republic -- Bright promise for the future -- Negotiations with the bank of England -- Trips to Geneva Pages: Refugees.

The Work Of The League C. Macartney It is interesting to note that the first village built for Bulgarian refugees was the work, not of the Refugee Commission, but of British charity. The rest of the work followed the example of the Greek settlement, on a smaller scale. On Aug8, houses were completed or in.

The Agricultural Settlement of Refugees: A Source of Productive Work and Stability in Greece, Article (PDF Available) in Agricultural History 79(3) July with ReadsAuthor: Georgios Kritikos. It examines Greek state policy and the role of the Refugee Settlement Commission which, under the auspices of the League of Nations, carried out the refugee resettlement project.

The Greek refugee village at Bonegilla. related in the book of his life, is embedded in his autobiography. The Refugee Settlement Commission (RSC) administered the settlement. Refugees: the work of the League. [London]: League of nations union. MLA Citation. Macartney, C. and League of Nations Union.

Refugees: the work of the League / by C. Macartney League of nations union [London] Australian/Harvard Citation. Macartney, C. & League of Nations Union. Simpson, Sir John Hope, ‘The Work of the Greek Refugee Settlement Commission’, Journal of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, 8 (), Skran, Claudena M., ‘Profiles of The First Two High Commissioners’, Journal of Refugee Studies, 1, 3/4 (), Refugees Settlement Commission and the settlement in Greece of refugees upon lands to be assigned to the Commission or otherwise in productive work.

– The Hellenic Government undertakes to establish a Refugees Settlement Commission to possess the constitution, capacity and functions set out in the Organic Statutes which. Following the defeat of the Greek Army in by nationalist Turkish forces, the Convention of Lausanne in specified the first compulsory exchange of populations ratified by an international organization.

The arrival in Greece of over million refugees and their settlement proved to be a watershed with far-reaching consequences for the Kontogiorgi examines the. on the work of the Greek Refugees Settlement Commission / presented to the Assembly by the Second committee.

Rapporteur: M. van Cauwelaert (Belgiuml. Geneva: League of Nations, ; Greek Refugee Settlement Commission. Greece: report on the liquidation a/the Refugee Settlement Commission. Geneva: League of Nations, ; Greece. Convention Author: Michael B.

O'Sullivan. In 4 libraries. An account of Mr. Morgenthau's work as chairman of the Greek Refugee settlement commission, established by the League of Nations.

League of Nations; Greco-Turkish War, - Refugees.; Greece - History - gee Settlement Commission (RSC)." The loan was placed at the disposal of the RSC.

This international organization was fully autonomous of the Greek government but had extensive legal powers in times of emergency.5 The RSC and Greek policymakers gave a clear priority to the rural settlement of refugees. As a result of this policy, by December For Kontogiorgi, the work of the Refugee Settlement Commission and the national governments which were involved is but a part of the question.

Her main contribution lays in her efforts to pursue a detailed inquiry of the multiple aspects of the settlement, with research supported by .