This article examines the political and social conditions and interaction among the Cypriots of different ethnic backround, in mixed villages during the British rule. It
emphasizes the special conditions relevant to intermarriage between Christians and Muslims and it also examines the peculiar system of administration in these villages,
the educational system and the peculiar situation of the co-operative movement. Finally, some aspects of the intercommunal conflict in these villages is also, briefly,
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