To the Editor: The sun sets once more behind the high mountains and I remember all those simple divine forms of the villagers returning wearily on their horses laden with the day's goods from the blessed land for the whole family and for those more in need than they were.
To the Editors: The Hellenic community needs more people like Mr.
To the Editor: In the war between Russia and the Ukraine, the Russians abducted, and according to the news reports, will abduct even more civilians.
To the Editor: I appreciate and wholeheartedly agree with Christopher Tripoulas’ very well written, spot-on Op Ed piece of October 15.
To the Editor: In 1939, the people of Northern Epirus faced another oppressive force, the Italians.
To the National Herald: October 28, ‘OXI’ Day, the day that Greece during the Second World War set in stone for the world the very meaning of the word ‘courage’ approaches.
To the Editor: Smyrna, the cosmopolitan, the aristocratic city, with its beautiful harbor and waterfront, with its imposing churches and high bell towers, with its famous taverns and musicians, the capital and the cradle of the civilization of Asia Minor, was burned, lost.
To the Editor: One of the finest newspapers for Greek-Americans.
To the Editor: I am confused.
To the Editor: In light of the tragic events of 1922, I must commend The National Herald for its informative articles on the subject.
To the Editor: In September 1922, there was a genocide in Asia Minor, bitter days for the Hellenism that lived there for thousands of years.