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That Greece Might Be Free: Thoughts on the Bicentenary of the Revolution of 1821

By Dr. Robert Zaller, Distinguished University Professor of History at Drexel University, Special to the Hellenic News of America  The English poet and nobleman Lord...

Forces Shaping Greek Independence in 1821: Church, Business Class and Ypsilantis Brothers

The Greek Orthodox Church, the merchant class that created the revolutionary organization of the Filiki Eteria, Alexander, and Demetrios Ypsilantis brothers inspired the successful...

Freedom or Death: How Adamantios Koraes transformed Greek thought into the Greek Revolution of 1821

The clerical dilemma The Turkish conquest of Greece in 1453 was a calamity. The best Greeks left the country for Europe. Resistance to the occupiers...

30th Annual Leadership 100 Conference To Include Tribute to Greece Marking Bicentennial of Greek Revolution

The 30th Annual Leadership 100 Conference, a virtual event scheduled for February 17-19, 2021, will begin with the Executive Committee, Board of Trustees, and...

The Second Western Occupation of Greece

By Evaggelos Vallianatos , PhD   Alexandros Hahalis Alexandros Hahalis is a distinguished musician, music composer, and poet. He read some of my articles and, immediately, invited me to...

2020 Celebration of Greece Revolution Battle “Alosis tis Tripolitsas”

The Covid-19 2020 Pandemic did not stop the Arcadian chapter of “The Geros tou Morea” of the Pan Arcadian Federation of America from a...

A Traditional Baptism of the Peloponnese, Greece

By Catherine Tsounis   The Peloponnese landscape is mountainous with valleys and planes of olive and citrus groves. The people give it character. The Arcadians, centered...

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