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“Venizelos Foundation USA” Launched Operations in the USA to Preserve and Promote the Legacy of the Greek Statesman Eleftherios K. Venizelos

 CHICAGO, IL, January 30, 2021 -- The Venizelos Foundation, USA recently launched its operations in the United States to honor Eleftherios Venizelos. The new...

Philanthropist Nick Karakas has passed away

A message from his family: Dear Friends~   It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear father, Nick Karakas, husband of the late Sophia Peppes Karakas, brother...

Memories of Russia: Cathedral of the Archangel Michael, Kremlin, Moscow

I had a piece of good luck in traveling to Russia before covid-19 and Middle East problems. “We are passing by the Cathedral of...

Memories of Italy: The Birth of Venus, Uffizi Gallery

Aphrodite (or Venus to the Romans) was born near Paphos, Cyprus. The Greek myth says the Goddess of love and beauty was born from...

Congressman Bilirakis Condemns Erdogan’s Actions

Today, Congressman Gus Bilirakis released the following statement:  "As Co-Chair of the Congressional Caucus on International Religious Freedom and an Orthodox Christian,  I condemn...

On the Road in Greece: St. Demetrios Cathedral of Thessaloniki

By Catherine Tsounis “There was a historic St. Demetrios. His bones are here. There is historical proof,” explained attorney Panagiota Petropoulou during our recent Kapogiannis...

Barking up the Wrong Tree

By Marcus A. Templar, Contributing Editor   In a recent fraudulent press release dated October 26, 2019, the World Macedonian Congress (WMC) and its accolades...

Lecture on the World of Byzantine Princess Anna Comnena with Armenian Roots

“It is the mark of a bad general when all is peaceful, to incite his neighbors to war intentionally-for peace is the objective of...

The First Undergraduate BA Program Taught in English at a Greek Public University has Been Announced

“BA Program in the Archaeology, History, and Literature of Ancient Greece”, Presentation of the first undergraduate program in English at a Greek University. Τhe first...

Visit by a delegation from the U.S. Embassy in Greece and a representative of the Fulbright Foundation to The National and Kapodistrian University of...

  On Tuesday, November 5th, a delegation from the U.S. Embassy in Greece, including the Cultural Attaché, Ms. Jennifer Schueler, Cultural Affairs Specialists Ms. Marina...

Regarding The ‘Armenian Genocide Resolution,’ and Rep. Ilhan Omar’s Response

by Thea Halo Many people are very pleased that the US House of Representatives finally, after over 100 years, passed a resolution (H.Res.296) recognizing the...

The Greek Genocide of 1914-1923

By Paul Pavlakos, Supreme President of the Sons of Pericles   With Oxi Day recently passed and with Turkey’s continued aggressions in the Eastern Mediterranean and...

Oxi Day Was a Pivotal Event for Greece, Greek Americans and the World That Changed the Path of World War II

By David Bjorkgren, Senior Editor SPECIAL TO THE HELLENIC NEWS OF AMERICA   Oxi Day begins with one Greek man’s answer to an ultimatum. But its impact reaches...

ΜΗΝΥΜΑ ΤΟΥ ΔΗΜΑΡΧΟΥ ΚΑΤΕΡΙΝΗΣ ΚΩΣΤΑ ΚΟΥΚΟΔΗΜΟΥ ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΕΠΕΤΕΙΟ ΑΠΕΛΕΥΘΕΡΩΣΗΣ ΤΗΣ ΠΟΛΗΣ ΑΠΟ ΤΟΝ ΤΟΥΡΚΙΚΟ ΖΥΓΟ

Η πόλη γιορτάζει τα 107 χρόνια απελευθέρωσής της από τον τουρκικό ζυγό, ένα κορυφαίο γεγονός, μία ζωντανή μνήμη, η οποία καθόρισε την ίδια την...

OCTOBER 28 – “OXI” DAY: ITS IMPORTANCE TO THE CONTINUITY OF HELLENISM, AND ITS RELEVANCE AND SIGNIFICANCE TO THE PRESERVATION OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION...

Dean C. Lomis, Ph.D., Contributing Editor   October 28 is a solemn day in the history of Greece and Greek America, equivalent to December 7 and...

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