|Hellenic-Turkic War (NAI)|
|Sultanate of Turkey|| Independent State of Greece |
| Haydar Izzet || Argyris Chrysanthos |
|478,000|| 357,900 |
|Casualties and losses|
The Hellenic-Turkic War, also called the Battle for Europe, was a conflict that erupted when the Turkish Sultanate attempted to expand from its European territory into the Independent State of Greece, which was soon joined by the kingdoms of Bulgaria and Romania. At the same time, the Turks were fighting in the Middle East, giving them less troops to fight in Europe.