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Joseph Kenworthy, Lloyd George and the Greeks

Joseph Kenworthy, Lloyd George and the Greeks

Joseph Kenworthy was a British member of parliament who disliked and distrusted prime minister David Lloyd George’s Near East foreign policy and support of the Greeks.
Lt-Commander Kenworthy’s Views about Asia Minor, August 1922

Lt-Commander Kenworthy’s Views about Asia Minor, August 1922

Joseph Kenworthy, 10th Baron Strabolgi, (1886-1953) temporarily served in the Plans Division of the Admiralty War Staff during the Great War (World War I).
Pantelis Kapsis’ Articles on the Greek POWs in Asia Minor

Pantelis Kapsis’ Articles on the Greek POWs in Asia Minor

This article is part of a continuing series dealing with reports of Greek POWs in Asia Minor in the Thessaloniki newspaper, Makedonia in July 1936.
1336: No POWs Exist in Turkey

1336: No POWs Exist in Turkey

In his 4th article titled ‘Are There Still Captives in Asia Minor?’ published in Tachydromos of Northern Greece on July 8, 1936, Athanasios Dambasis continued to present his findings that no prisoners were detained in Turkey.
The Lausanne Conference, 1922-23 

The Lausanne Conference, 1922-23 

The Lausanne Conference was staged in two phases, November 21, 1922-February 4, 1923 and April 23-July 24, 1923.
The Flag of Freedom, 1821

The Flag of Freedom, 1821

When the Greeks hoisted the flag for freedom against Ottoman rule in March 1821, the Turks did everything in their power to crush the Greeks both on land and sea.
The Andreas Michalakopoulos Government, October 1924-June 1925

The Andreas Michalakopoulos Government, October 1924-June 1925

Following my article on the failed coup of November 1924, this week we focus on the socio-economic and foreign policies of the Michalakopoulos administration.
Epaminondas Deligeorgis

Epaminondas Deligeorgis

Epaminondas Deligeorgis was a lawyer, journalist and politician, who served six times as Greek premier from 1865-1877.
The Failed November Coup in 1924

The Failed November Coup in 1924

The coup of November 1924 was organized by a small group of conspiratorial officers who intended to overthrow the Michalakopoulos government.
Historical Observations: The Greek Campaign in Ukraine, 1919

Historical Observations: The Greek Campaign in Ukraine, 1919

The French intervention in Russia after the Great War was not accidental as the Bolshevik regime refused to honor the debts of the former Tsarist regime.

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