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The Genocidal Birth of Modern Turkey

By Dr. Robert Zaller, Professor The word “genocide,” describing the systematic physical or cultural destruction of a people, was coined in 1944 by a lawyer,...

Fort Roupel: Crossing a border

Fort Roupel, 1914, was in early planning stages along the mountainous border between Greece and Bulgaria when World War I erupted. In the mid-1930’s...

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...

OXI COURAGE AWARDS HONORING INDIVIDUALS WHO TODAY DISPLAY GREAT COURAGE FOR FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY

The Washington Oxi Day Foundation     The 2017 Oxi Courage Awards on October 26, 2017 will honor two people who today display the great courage for freedom and democracy that the Greek people exhibited...

Uprooting or Healing Greece?

By Evaggelos Vallianatos   World War II poisoned Greece. The Germans smashed the country. They shot, hanged, and starved hundreds of thousands of Greeks. And before...

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