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Furthermore, Turkish law prohibits political parties based on ethnicity. When Georgia invaded Abkhazia on 14 Augustthe international community, including Turkey, generally regarded the conflict as an internal affair of Georgia.

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Austria-Hungary took alarm at the great increase in Serbia’s territory at the expense of its national aspirations in the region, as well as Serbia’s rising status, especially to Austria-Hungary’s Slavic populations.

The Ottoman Culture of Defeat: The club sponsors the publishing of a nearly finished Circassian-English and Circassian-Russian dictionary, edited by Amjad Jaimoukha. Truce of Kresna Gorge. US Library of Congress. The Second Balkan war was a catastrophic blow to Russian policies in the Balkans, which for centuries had focused on access to the “warm seas”.

This contributed significantly to the two Central Powers’ willingness to go to war as soon as possible.

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Second, the clearly pro-Serbian position Russia had been forced to take in the conflict, mainly due to the disagreements over land partitioning between Serbia and Bulgaria, caused a permanent break-up between the two countries. As a result, most North Caucasian organizations were abolished, their schools were closed and their publications were prohibited. When the war came, they either joined the Abkhazian army or returned to Turkey.


All members of the diaspora speak Turkish; for most of them it is their first language. Circassians, Ubykhs and Abkhaz-Abazinians.

The savala and expansion of local organizations has created awareness of the necessity to join forces. University College London Press, He probably meant the International Circassian and Abkhaz Federation. The number of returnees are counted in the hundreds rather than the thousands.

The Balkan Wars 1st ed. The Ubykh nation disappeared entirely. Both nations sent armed irregulars into Ottoman territory to protect and assist their ethnic kindred. People identify their neighbours as Cherkess, Tatars, Savslar etc. The Committee was radical and aroused a lot of enthusiasm, notably among the youth.

In Augustthe President of the International Adyghe and Abkhaz Federation, Yuri Kalmykov, expressed the radical mood among North Caucasians when he warned President Eduard Shevardnadze that if a general mobilization were instituted in Georgia, he would respond by calling all the diaspora North Caucasians to take up arms against the Safalar. The committee funds i. The only outside connection left is by relatively small boats to Northern Turkey.


Greece’s main forces attacked from Thessaly into Macedonia through the Sarantaporo strait and after capturing Thessaloniki on 12 November on 26 OctoberO.

The Abkhazian advance led to a massive exodus of ethnic Georgians from Abkhazia.

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The Turkish press generally praised the restraint shown by both the ballan and the Turkish authorities, and expressed much understanding for the hijackers’ motives.

The young radicals failed to impress the assimilated urban groups or the rural majority and many North Caucasians continued to call themselves Turks rather than Circassians.

A planned 6 September meeting of the diaspora in Istanbul was prohibited by the Vice-Governor of the province, and there were complaints that the media were subjected to pressure to ignore the pro-Abkhazian activities of the diaspora. These activities met with a great degree of sympathy among the Turkish public. The Greek King, seeing that the units he fought were from the Serbian front, tried to convince the Serbs to renew their attack, as the front ahead of them was now thinner, but the Serbs declined.

Battle of Kirk Aavalar. The latter organizations are dominated by businessmen and do not actively oppose assimilation.