BODIES IN MUDANIA HARBOR.
Americans Report Appalling Situation in Refugees' Stampede.
The New York Times,
September 15, 1922
This is an excerpt of the news piece
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 14, (Asso-
ciated Press). - American subchaser
No. 96 has arrived here with reports
of the appalling situation at Mudania,
on the Sea of Marmora, where the har-
bor is filled with the bodies of refugees
who stampeded when the last vessel de-
parted before the Turkish occupation.
Fifty thousand refugees, without food
or water, lined the waterfront for miles
in the broiling sun, with arms uplifted
pleading to taken off. Those brought
here included fifteen Americanized
Greeks and Mr. Ketchum an employee
of the Standard Oil company.
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