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Hellenic Book Club of NY Presents Author Peter Giakoumis on May 26

NEW YORK – The Hellenic Book Club of NY and its president Jeannie Kouros present, live on Zoom on Wednesday, May 26, 7 PM, ‘The Key Events in Hellenic History from 1897 to 1912’ with author/military historian Peter S. Giakoumis, the Director/Founder of the Greek-American 1912 Project.

Giakoumis is also a guest contributor to The National Herald.

Special guest Lou Katsos, EMBCA President/Founder and Chairman of AHEPA's Hellenic Cultural Commission, will join in for the Q&A portion of the event.

Visit the Hellenic Book Club of NY or Peter S. Giakoumis – Author Page on Facebook for the link and passcode.

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