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Author:  Marianna Mastrostamati, The original Greek text was translated by Mary Eliopoulou

A great number of Alatsatean refugees were settled in Greece, in Attica, Euboea, Crete, Chios, Lesvos, Samos, Thessaloniki and in Agrinion.

Regions with  settlements, bearing the name ''New Alatsata” exist in the Municipality of Byron, in Athens, in Chalkis and in Heraklion of Crete. Besides Greece, Alatsateans migrated in almost all the continents  but mostly in the U.S. of America, where in Somerville, in Boston the «Small Alatsata» was founded and in Australia.

Under the Treaty of Lausanne  in 1923 and according to the implementation of the compulsory exchange of populations, Muslims who lived in Crete, Thrace, Macedonia and Dodecanese settled in Alatsata city.

Bibliography

Authors: Constantinos J. Garmatis & Marianna N. Mastrostamati: ''After Alatsata. The Alatsateans worldwide'' 1st Edition: Association of the Alatsateans "The Entry of Theotokos”, Athens 2007, ISBN 978-960-87159-1-2

Author: Fanis N. Kleanthis: “Alatsata my Lost Homeland” 2nd Edition: Association of the Alatsateans "The Entry of Theotokos", 2nd Edition, Athens 2003

The Revd. Oeconomos, Constantinos A.Vlamos, “Alatsata of the Ionic or Erythrean Peninsula”, 1640-1914, 1st Edition Mich. Triantafyllou, Thessaloniki 1946



 
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