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  • Hardcover: 500 pages
  • Publisher: Savannah Koch (Dec. 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0951446428
  • ISBN-13: 978-0951446423
  • Product Dimensions: 19.6 x 14.6 x 4.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,741 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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THE GENOCIDE FILES THE TRUTH FROM HARRY SCOTT GIBBONS This book should be read by every person planning a visit to Cyprus, south or the northern part of the island, Greece or Turkey. THE GENOCIDE FILES IS A THOROUGH RESEARCH INTO THE SO CALLED "CYPRUS PROBLEM" IT EXPOSES THE BIAS OF THE UNITED NATIONS ORGANISATION TOWARDS THE CYPRUS TURKS AND ITS APPARENT INABILITY TO PROTECT THEM AGAINST THEIR MORE NUMEROUS AND MILITARILY MORE POWERFUL CO-INHABITANTS OF THE ISLAND, THE GREEK CYPRIOTS. THE BOOK DESCRIBES HOW THE GREEK FIXATION WITH ENOSIS-UNION WITH GREECE-LED TO A ONE-SIDED WAR AGAINST THE TURKS AND THE BRUTAL MASSACRES OF THEIR MEN,WOMEN AND CHILDREN.

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Gerry Brown on 14 Oct. 2014
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Very emotional to read this book. First bought in Kyrenia, Cyprus a few years ago but lost it. So I bought this one and read it again. There was a large house in Limassol which was mentioned in the book. We lived next to that house in 1961/62, but then moved house until we left in 1963.So to read what took place in that area, which I knew as a child of 12/13, when the Greek-Cypriots rounded up the Turkish community, was heart breaking. Our landlord was Turkish, he and his family were really nice people. It really hurts to think what might have happened to them! The troubles started in Nicosia about 3 months after we returned to U.K., a few days before Xmas. What a lot of people don't realise is, it was the Greeks who instigated all that slaughter because they wanted "Enosis", which means 'Union with Greece'. The Turks had to be eliminated!! All this started in 1955 when the Greek terrorist organisation, EOKA fought to get rid of the British Forces and the Turkish community. This lasted until 1959 when things calmed down and both communities lived together in relative peace. Then Makarios stirred it all up again a few days before Xmas 1963!! Then after some years of fighting and slaughter, the Turkish forces went in to PROTECT THEIR OWN! THEY DID NOT INVADE Cyprus as such. Now it's peaceful, thank God. What I can't accept is the world leaders saying Turkey was to blame, and they sided with the Greeks. But the Greeks lied and lied and lied again, and STILL lie about what happened. More people should read this book, for the truth!!
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 25 Dec. 2000
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How on earth the Turkish-Cypriots have been able to keep such a dignified silence, and how the politicians that know can keep these horrible truths hidden is beyond me. It's about time that the real truth was told. Mr Scott-Gibbons should receive the keys to the entire North.
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18 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 26 Nov. 1998
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I bought this book after having watched an interview with Harry Scott Gibbons on SKY 1. The Genocide Files provides a different and accurate review of what happened in Cyprus. It offers the reader a different side of the coin to which the general public are vulnerable to from Greek Cypriot/Greek propoganda. It is so moving, and horrifying at times, that after a while I had to give up reading it a bed time. As you read it you get so involoved you feel like you've lived through the whole incident.
It consists of 3 'books', the second of which is pretty heavy going, but very historically informative. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in reading about Cyprus.
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29 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 15 Jun. 2000
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This book should be read by every person planning a visit to Cyprus, south or the northern part of the island, Greece or Turkey.
There is a lot of turcophobia in Europe, initiated by Greek Cypriots and Greeks. This book should be made compulsory reading for every European who wants to know more about Cyprus.
It seems that as long as a genocide is initiated by the Christians against Turks, it is accepted silently. "Euro-genocide"? Modern day crusades? How many Euro-parlamentarians have seen this book? I guess none.
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19 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 May 2005
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The Genocide Files is a complete account of the horrific atrocities commited by Greek terrorists on innocent Turks. This attempted ethnic cleansing occured between 1960 and 1974 while the whole world stood by and did nothing. Nothing, that is, until Turkey sent in a peacekeeping force and undertook to do what the U.N should have done long before. Now, because of continuing Greek propaganda, Turkey has been made to look the guilty party and the Greek authorities are using their european contacts to pile pressure on Turkey to leave the island. This book tells it as it was. It is based on fact. It has been written by a recognised English journalist who diligently put what he saw and learnt into writing. On reading 'The Genocide Files' you will realise the plight of the innocent Turks at the hands of EOKA terrorists in their quest for ENOSIS, which means the uniting of Cyprus with Greece. The Greek dream of Enosis still lives today and is also called for by the Greek Orthodox Church. More information on this subject can be read on [...]
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29 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Lindsey Freeman on 22 Feb. 2002
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This book should bring home to readers that there is more than one side, the Greek side, to the Cyprus impasse. Had the Turkish army not come to the rescue of the Turkish Cypriots in 1974 there would now be no Turks on the island. It also shows up the impotence of the United Nations when a favoured nation (Greece over Turkey)is the agressor.
As a regular visitor to the island from the mid 60's thro' to the present I can see how the Turkish Cypriots have progressed from a suppressed people to at last enjoying a freedom, cohesion, and a relatively well off society, which I think would have been denied them but for mainland Turkish intervention. I can see no reason for insisting the island becomes 'unified'. The Greeks would surely dominate again. Each side of the island as it currently stands is unified and peaceful. Going back to the past is not an option.
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17 of 26 people found the following review helpful By zelly on 16 Jan. 2007
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I am truly thankful that there is actually someone with a 'neutral' background has actually been able to come forward and speak up for the turkish cypriots. I am not somebody who enjoys the fact that Cyprus has a 'problem' and i believe in peace and unity. But growing up in the UK i have only ever seen the turks portrayed as the bad guys. come on they advertised north cyprus on the side of a london bus and the greek cypriots were going crazy. At the end of the day this man has written a book about the atrocities commited to the turkish cypriots. If anyone doubts the authenticity of his claims there are many people i know who can verify his claims and the goings on in cyprus pre 1974 when the regime to rid cyprus of turks, led by archbishop makarios. If it wasnt for turkey's so called 'invasion' i wouldnt be alive today. As someone who as lost family members pre 1974 and during the war, i hope this is some relief to their souls that finally someone has spoken out on our behalf. And submitted the truth. read this book.
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