11 August 2020 Treaty of Sevres – 100 years ago

Hamza Karcic in trtworld.com: “On August 10, 1920, a peace treaty signed between the Allied Powers and an Ottoman delegation was set to mark the formal end of First World War with the empire. Signed in a porcelain factory outside Paris, the treaty was quickly proclaimed as brittle as the porcelain produced there. The ‘sick man on the Bosphorus’,  as the Ottoman Empire had come to be known among the allied powers, was to be dismantled and partitioned . . . ” click here