Abstract


Local Malarıa Incıdents in Emıgrants
Outbreaks caused by unfavorable living conditions during World War I caused many people in front of the façade and facade to continue their lives in their lives or under adverse living conditions. The fact that drugs, techniques and methods were not developed in the fight against negative factors both during the war and after the war brought the epidemics. The population exchange with Turkey on January 30, 1923 Treaty signed between Greece, brought to the position of minorities, immigrants living in the two countries. Governments had to make economic and sanitary initiatives until the migrants were adapting to new places and coming to be productive. Emigrants and exchange outside coming to Turkey, became influential in the emergence of some epidemic. Most of the inhabitants, who were brought to the areas where they would live after a long and tiring ferry journey, were caught up in diseases due to inadequate nutrition until they became producers. Cases of malaria, especially those caused by malaria, have been the primary problem. The government mobilized resources to send food supplements and quinine to the settlements in order to combat malaria in the inhabitants. In this study, the battle has been demonstrated immigration, and with reflected destructive properties outbreaks of community life after a tiring journey publishes original disease common among people who come to Turkey and Prime Minister of the Republic Archives difficulties faced by immigrants in adverse living conditions by using documents.

Keywords
Exchange, settlement, hunger, malaria, quinine, deaths.