The Historical Base of the Turkish Strategy Against the Heritage of the Pontic Kingdom

Abstract

Author(s): Do├ž. Dr. Mehmet Yavuz ERLER

It is proved that the search of a historic base for the Orthodox unification in the Mid Black Sea territory via the Pontic Kingdom was a kind of historical mistake. The Pontic Kingdom was established by the Persian culture and bureaucracy and was collapsed by the Roman Empire before the Christianity took its significant role in the history. It thus cannot be affiliated with the Christianity. However the Europe and the kingdom of Greece based the Christian settlement over the Pontic heritage with an historical mistake and used it as a tool for the intervention of the BlackSea territory during the pre-invasion. In this study the historical mistake of the war policy is explained and it is detected that the work of intelligence based up on the Pontic heritage, supposed to be the core of intervention before the invasion.

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