Ahmet Yorulmaz

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Ahmet Yorulmaz (1932 – 31 March 2014) was a Turkish journalist, novelist and translator. He was born in Ayvalik to a family of Cretan Turks deported to mainland Turkey as part of the Greek/Turkish population exchange decreed in the Treaty of Lausanne. His best-known novel Savaşın Çocukları (Children of War) deals with the lives of Muslims in Crete before the exchange.[1] He was also translator of Greek literature into Turkish.

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  1. ^ Bruce Clark, Twice A Stranger, pp. 35-36

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