List of places burned during the Balkan wars
List of places burned during the Balkan Wars (1912-1913) is a list of places totally or partly burned during the Balkan Wars (1912-1913).
|List of places burned during the Balkan Wars (1912-1913)|
|province of Monastir||1912||Eighty per cent of the Muslim villages in the Monastir province were burned down during the occupation by the Serbian and Greek army. This was calculated by the British Macedonian relief fund. (page 72)|
|Villages of Raionovo, Planitsa, Kukurtevo||autumn 1912||over 700||The Bulgarian bands led by Donchev burned in one day 345 Turkish houses in three villages and massacred men, women and children. The massacres of women and children was credited by Europeans. (page 74)|
|Kilkis||July 4, 1913||13,000||74||Totally ruined by the Greek army and over 40 Bulgarian villages in the surrounding countryside were burned. (page 99-100)|
|Serres||July 11, 1913||30,000||200||4,000 of the 6,000 houses were destroyed, the commission found the Bulgarian army mainly responsible. (page 92)|
|Doxato||July 13, 1913||500||Only 30 of the 270 Greek houses were left intact.|
|Giannitsa||1912||The Turkish part of the town was almost totally burned down. This happened during the occupation of the town by the main Greek army. (page 72)|
|Strumica||August 21-23 1913||Turkish and Greek part of the town were burned by the Greek army before their retreat. ( page 204-205-206)|
|Havsa||1912||10||The Turkish quarter of Havsa was almost entirely burnt by the Bulgarians. One mosque and Muslim cemetery were damaged and defiled. Four remaining Turkish families were killed and the women raped. (page 124)|
|Soyoutli-dere and Iskender-keuï||1912||Over 150 houses were burned in these two Turkish villages near Havsa and the population fled to Anatolia and Adrianople. (page 126)|
|Yenimuhacir||July 7, 1913||2,132||450||all 420 houses burned of the Bulgarian village Bulgarköy near Keşan.|
|Osmanlı||1913||In revenge for the earlier anti Muslim events in Havsa all 114 houses of the Bulgarian village Osmanlı near Havsa were destroyed by the returning Turks. The population fled to Adrianople and lost their cattle. (page 124)|
|Hasköy (near Havsa)||1912||Only 25 of 55 houses of the Turkish part of the village survived.|
- International Commission to Inquire into the Causes and Conduct of the Balkan Wars (1914). Report of the International Commission to Inquire Into the Causes and Conduct of the Balkan Wars . Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. External link in
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