A Greek Cypriot Police Resisted to EOKA Members

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Title

A Greek Cypriot Police Resisted to EOKA Members

Alternative Title

A Greek Cypriot Police Resisted to EOKA Members
Rum Polisi EOKA'clara Karşı Geldi

Subject

The many faces and logic of violence: exploring non-ethnic conflict-related violence in Cyprus, 1955-64

Abstract

Some EOKA members raided the coffee house in Dhiorios village in Kyrenia. Chrisostomos Constantinou was in the coffee house when the EOKA members raided the place. Although EOKA members told to Constantinou to give his gun, he resisted.
Girne'nin Yorgoz köyünde kahvehaneye gelen maskeli şahıslar, o sırada kahvehanede oturmakta olan Hrisostomos Konstantinu adlı polise silahını vermesini emrettikleri halde, Konstantinu silahını onlara vermemek için direnmiştir.

Creator

H.K.

Source

Halkın Sesi newspaper

Date

1956-09-06

Language

Turkish

Type

Newspaper article

Identifier

Halkin_Sesi_1956_09_06_03

Bibliographic Citation

"Rum Polisi EOKA'clara Karşı Geldi," Halkın Sesi, 6 October 1956, p. 3

Spatial Coverage

Dhiorios

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Date Added
September 30, 2012
Collection
Newspapers: Halkın Sesi
Item Type
Document
Citation
H.K., “A Greek Cypriot Police Resisted to EOKA Members,” Cyprus Critical History Archive: Reconsidering the culture of violence in Cyprus, 1955-64, accessed August 22, 2017, http://ccha-ahdr.info/items/show/1302.
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