UDC 94(47).083

PECULIARITIES EXCHANGE LISTS OF PRISONERS OF WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND TURKEY IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

Poznakhirev Vitaly Vitaliyovych
Smolny Institute Russian Academy of Education
PhD in Historical Sciences, Assistant Professor of the Department of Humanities

Abstract
The article deals with the exchange of information on enemy prisoners of war between Russia and Turkey, which had hitherto been highly controversial coverage in domestic and foreign historiography. Analyzing claims Porte, the author comes to the conclusion that most of them were well-founded, and also names the reasons that Petrograd during 1914-1917 Turkish risoners represented lists not regularly and (or) not in full.

Keywords: prisoners of war, the Central Information office for prisoners, the International Committee of the Red Cross, the Ottoman Empire, the Protecting Power, the Turks, World War I


Article reference:
Poznakhirev V.V. Peculiarities exchange lists of prisoners of war between Russia and Turkey in the First World War // History and archeology. 2015. № 5 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://history.snauka.ru/en/2015/05/2156

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