Deutschland über Allah!
Germany, Gallipoli and The Great War.
By John F. Williams
Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2016.


Australian historian John Wililams explores the alliance between Germany and the Ottoman Empire during the First World War and in particular the events surrounding the Gallipoli battle in 1915. Chapter 10 is titled Genocide on Gallipoli and describes the violent actions taken by the German-Ottoman authorities on the native Greeks of the Gallipoli peninsular.

As Williams writes on page 147:

There were 32,000 Greeks living on the Gallipoli peninsular in 1915. By 1919, the figure was nil, the vast majority of these former inhabitants now dead. However 'genocide' is defined - in particular, however the distinction is drawn with ethnic cleansing - what happened on Gallipoli is surely an instance.


Further Reading:
Otto Liman von Sanders (1855-1929)
Atatürk in the Nazi Imagination
Two War Years in Constantinople 
The Deportation of Ottoman Greeks: Gallipoli, Dardanelles and environs, 1915