Georgetown Presents Prof. Sawayanagi on Japanese Efforts in Smyrna 1922

March 6, 2020

WASHINGTON, DC – Georgetown University’s Modern Greek Studies Program in the Department of Classics presents Toyo University Professor Nanako Murata Sawayanagi on “Smyrna in 1922: An Attempt to Construct a Narrative of the Japanese Rescue Operation of Greek Refugees.” The event takes place on Monday, Mar. 16, 7-8:30 PM, at the Motara Center at Georgetown, 36th and N Streets, NW, in Washington, DC.

Sources have asserted a Japanese ship threw its cargo overboard and rescued many Greek refugees during the burning of Smyrna in September, 1922. Dr. Sawayanagi has researched the matter and will present her findings.

A reception will follow the presentation.

More information is available online: https://www.georgetown.edu/.


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