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Letter to the Editor: Praises for The National Herald

Letter to the Editor: Praises for The National Herald

To the Editor: One of the finest newspapers for Greek-Americans.
Letter to the Editor: Where Is the Outrage over Ukraine?

Letter to the Editor: Where Is the Outrage over Ukraine?

To the Editor: I am confused.
My Experience at The American College of Greece

My Experience at The American College of Greece

I was on the fence about studying abroad in Greece because I was the only student from my university who choose Greece, I know now that this was the best decision I’ve ever made.
Letter to the Editor: A Response to Asia Minor Topic

Letter to the Editor: A Response to Asia Minor Topic

To the Editor: In light of the tragic events of 1922, I must commend The National Herald for its informative articles on the subject.
Shrine AHEPA Chapter 500 Supports St. Paraskevi Greek Orthodox Church

Shrine AHEPA Chapter 500 Supports St. Paraskevi Greek Orthodox Church

GREENLAWN, NY – The brothers of Shrine AHEPA Chapter 500 of Greenlawn offered their support during the annual Saint Paraskevi Greek Festival.
Misconceptions and Inaccurate History Countered by The Gentle American

Misconceptions and Inaccurate History Countered by The Gentle American

Note: Ismini Lamb and Christopher Lamb, co-authors of The Gentle American: George Horton’s Odyssey and His True Account of the Smyrna Catastrophe shared the following list with The National Herald in time for this year’s centennial of the Smyrna Catastrophe.
Nations League: Historic win for Cyprus over Greece

Nations League: Historic win for Cyprus over Greece

Greece dropped its first points in the Nations League going down 1-0 to Cyprus at Larnaca on Saturday.
The Smyrna Quay: The History of a Symbol

The Smyrna Quay: The History of a Symbol

Back in 1865, when 44 of the most important merchants in Smyrna – Greeks, Armenians, and Levantines – AKA European Easterners – sent a letter to the Vali (local governor) requesting the construction of a new pier, this multinational city had a population of 185,000 (Slaars, 1868), with the Greeks being the predominant ethnic group, and was home to the consulates of 17 Western nations which were continually expanding their services.
The American Documentary Evidence Proving the Turks Burned Smyrna and Why It Was Kept Secret

The American Documentary Evidence Proving the Turks Burned Smyrna and Why It Was Kept Secret

One-hundred years have passed since the great fire that engulfed Smyrna, the massacre of its helpless population, and the genocide of Anatolian Christians, which destroyed Anatolian Hellenism where it had flourished for thousands of years.
Asia Minor 1922: Tears and Anguish Are Not Enough – The Greek Genocide Must Be Recognized Now!

Asia Minor 1922: Tears and Anguish Are Not Enough – The Greek Genocide Must Be Recognized Now!

There is no need to refer to this year’s symbolism regarding Smyrna, Asia Minor, and Hellenism in the East.

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