Aydin

Situated 110km south-east of Smyrna is the city of Aydin. In the early part of the 20th century it comprised 35,000 residents of which 8,000 were Greek. It was also known as Antiochia, Anthea and Güzelhisar historically.
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The Panionios Soccer team in Smyrna with the Aydin Boy Scouts days before the scouts were massacred by Turkish cetes.

The Panionios Soccer team in Smyrna with the Aydin Boy Scouts days before the scouts were massacred by Turkish cetes.

The massacre of the boy scouts of Aydin, 1919

The massacre of the boy scouts of Aydin, 1919

The Boy Scouts of Aydin 1920

The Boy Scouts of Aydin 1920

Aydin

Aydin

The Junior Philharmonic of Aydin on the steps of the Town Hall. Aydin 10/2/1922

The Junior Philharmonic of Aydin on the steps of the Town Hall. Aydin 10/2/1922

Military procession celebrating 100 years since the Greek War of Independence (1821).

Military procession celebrating 100 years since the Greek War of Independence (1821).

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