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Historical Observations: The Greek 11th Division: French and British views

Historical Observations: The Greek 11th Division: French and British views

The U.S.
Historical Observations: Metropolitan Joachim’s Visit to US, 1924

Historical Observations: Metropolitan Joachim’s Visit to US, 1924

In the post-1922 period, the Greek church in the United States was divided along Venizelist and Royalist lines with the National Herald and Atlantis newspapers supporting the former and latter respectively.
October 28, 1940: OXI to Italy

October 28, 1940: OXI to Italy

During the interwar years, 1919-39, Greco-Italian relations weren't friendly at all.
Historical Observations: Ion Dragoumis – Writer, Politician, Activist in the Macedonian Struggle

Historical Observations: Ion Dragoumis – Writer, Politician, Activist in the Macedonian Struggle

This is a mini-biography of Ion Dragoumis (1878-1920), a writer, politician, and Greek nationalist involved in the Macedonian struggle during the early years of the 20th century.
Historical Observations: Women and Children in Asia Minor

Historical Observations: Women and Children in Asia Minor

Athanasios Dambasis’ final article titled ‘Are there still Greek prisoners held in Asia Minor’ was published in Tachydromos of Northern Greece on July 9, 1936.
Historical Observations: The POW Saga Continues

Historical Observations: The POW Saga Continues

The Tachydromos of Northern Greece newspaper published another article on July 7, 1936, by Athanasios Dambasis, regarding Greek prisoners in Turkey.
Armenia – Another Asia Minor Dream that Never Came True

Armenia – Another Asia Minor Dream that Never Came True

Editor’s Note: This special section of The National Herald spotlights the tragic burning of Smyrna in 1922 as the climactic event in the destruction of Hellenism in Asia Minor.
The Kougelas Story – “Give Us an Official Answer”

The Kougelas Story – “Give Us an Official Answer”

The Salonika newspaper, Makedonia, continued its series of articles on Greek POWs detained in Asia Minor as late as 1936.
Historical Observations: Joachim the Rebel and Asia Minor, 1936

Historical Observations: Joachim the Rebel and Asia Minor, 1936

The ‘Salonika’ newspaper published a telegram sent by Metropolitan Joachim of Kozani on July 9, 1936 regarding the Greek POWs detained in Turkey.
Historical Observations: Greek Slaves in Anatolia in 1936

Historical Observations: Greek Slaves in Anatolia in 1936

Pantelis Kapis wrote an article regarding Greek prisoners of war detained in Turkey long after the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne on July 24th, 1923.

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