The bonfires of Detroit in 1967, for instance, recall the Great Fire of Smyrna in 1922.
Through her a romantic, licentious element entered into the fantastic career of the Smyrna Messiah.
His offer was accepted, and 100,000 Greek troops landed at Smyrna.
The church of Smyrna celebrated the anniversary of their martyred bishops passion with joy and gladness as his natal day.
Cotton-spinning had then begun, the cotton coming from Cyprus and Smyrna.
The next day, with the present of a good suit of clothes, I was put on board a vessel bound for Smyrna and Constantinople.
To thee I give Turkey, and the seat of thine empire shall be Smyrna.
With him I spent some of the pleasantest hours of our journey to Smyrna.
There was great excitement in Smyrna, especially among the boys.
At length we reached Smyrna, which is partly situated on level ground, the harbour backed by a lofty hill.