A Greek Cypriot Deaf Mute was Shot

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Title

A Greek Cypriot Deaf Mute was Shot

Alternative Title

A Greek Cypriot Deaf Mute was Shot
Sağır Dilsiz Bir Rum Vuruldu

Subject

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

Abstract

Andreas Loizos from Lapithos was shot because he did not listen the order of the British soldiers. Later, it was understood that he was deaf mute.
Lâpta'da Andreas Loizos adlı birisi, İngiliz askerlerinin "dur!" emrine uymadığı gerekçesiyle vurulmuş olup, ölmüş bulunmaktadır. Daha sonra yapılan araştırmada, Andreas Loizos'un sağır ve dilsiz olduğu anlaşılmıştır.

Creator

H.K.

Source

Halkın Sesi newspaper

Date

1956-10-13

Language

Turkish

Type

Newspaper article

Identifier

Halkin_Sesi_1956_10_13_03_a

Bibliographic Citation

"Sağır Dilsiz Bir Rum Vuruldu," Halkın Sesi, 13 October 1956, p. 3

Spatial Coverage

Lapithos

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Date Added
November 14, 2012
Collection
Newspapers: Halkın Sesi
Item Type
Document
Citation
H.K., “A Greek Cypriot Deaf Mute was Shot,” Cyprus Critical History Archive: Reconsidering the culture of violence in Cyprus, 1955-64, accessed April 24, 2017, http://ccha-ahdr.info/items/show/1363.
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