Armistice of Mudanya

Armistice of Mudanya

The Armistice of Mudanya was an agreement between Turkey, Italy, France and Britain, signed in the town of Mudanya, Turkey, on 11 October, 1922. Greece acceded to the armistice on 14 October. Under the terms agreed eastern Thrace as far as the Maritsa River and Adrianople were ceded by Greece to Turkey and Turkish sovereignty over Istanbul and the Dardanelles was recognized. The final settlement between the parties was worked out at the Treaty of Lausanne from 21 November, 1922 to 24 February, 1923 and from 23 April to 24 July, 1923.

See also


  • International Treaties of the Twentieth Century, London: Routledge, ISBN 0-415-14125-7.
  • Ataturk by Andrew Mango (ISBN 0-7195-6592-8).

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