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The Events in Marash of 1920

The Events in Marash of 1920

On March 18, 1920, the Ottoman Government addressed a note to the Allied High Commissioners through the Swedish Legation in Constantinople with a copy sent to the U.
By Senator William King of Utah and the Greek-American Community

By Senator William King of Utah and the Greek-American Community

In late 1921, the deportation and massacres of the Greeks in Pontos by the Kemalists attracted the attention of the U.
Stefanos Skouloudis: An Unknown Premier

Stefanos Skouloudis: An Unknown Premier

Stefanos Skouloudis was born in the Pera district (Beyoglu) of Constantinople, on November 23, 1838.
Historical Observations: The Tittoni-Venizelos Agreement, July 1919

Historical Observations: The Tittoni-Venizelos Agreement, July 1919

Before the conclusion of this agreement, the Italian delegation withdrew from the Paris Peace Conference on April 25 due to U.
The Treaties of San Stefano and Berlin, 1878

The Treaties of San Stefano and Berlin, 1878

The Venetians, the Ottoman Empire including modern Turkey, and Britain occupied Cyprus from the 15th-21st centuries.
Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos – Public Servant in Trying Times

Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos – Public Servant in Trying Times

He was born on July 7, 1851, in Chalkida (the island of Evia) and studied law and politics in Paris.
Hostorical Observations: Stefanos Skouloudis – An Unknown Premier

Hostorical Observations: Stefanos Skouloudis – An Unknown Premier

Stefanos Skouloudis was born in the Pera district (Beyoglu) of Constantinople, on November 23, 1838.
Historical Observations: The “Japanese” Party

Historical Observations: The “Japanese” Party

In 1906-08, a ‘Japanese’ party/group composed of seven members appeared in the Greek parliament with ideas of modernizing Greece.
Metternich and the Greek Question 1821-29

Metternich and the Greek Question 1821-29

The Austrian Foreign Minister and Chancellor, Klemens Von Metternich (1773-1859), who dominated European politics in the early 19th Century, saw revolutions as a threat to the political stability of Europe.
Historical Observations: The Impact of King Alexander’s Death on Greek History

Historical Observations: The Impact of King Alexander’s Death on Greek History

One of our readers recently asked some questions regarding the impact of King Alexander's death on modern Greek history.

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