Saturday, 30 May , 2020

Greek History

Periklis Korovesis (1941 – 2020)

Greek writer and militant of the left Periklis Korovesis has died. Born in Argostoli, Kefalonia, in 1941, he studied theatre with Dimitris Rontiris and Semiotics...

The First Casualty of the Cold War: Journalist Kati Marton on...

By Michael Nevradakis, March 28, 2015 Longtime ABC News and NPR correspondent Kati Marton talks about her best-selling book, The Polk Conspiracy: Murder and Cover-Up in...

Tre volte fuggitiva

7 febbraio 2020 William MALLINSON Eleonora Carlotta GALLO

On the German Occupation Loan from Greece

all those who forget the past cannot have a future By Tasos Iliadakis A. The background During the early 1940s, Berlin, in order to have financial...

The Shadow of History

When 28 civilians were killed in Athens, it wasn’t the Nazis who were to blame, it was the British. Ed Vulliamy and Helena Smith...

Greece and the Struggle for Freedom

by Evaggelos Vallianatos Nov.19, 2019 Prologue Greece, the wellspring of Western civilization, has a continuity of existence from ancient times to the present day.  In spite of...

Thousands March in Athens to Commemorate the Polytechnic Uprising

By Tasos Kokkinidis Nov 17, 2019 Thousands marched on the streets of Athens toward the US embassy on Sunday to commemorate the anniversary of the Polytechnic...

The Great Famine

Τhe Great Famine (Greek: Μεγάλος Λιμός) was a period of mass starvation during the Axis occupation of Greece, during World War II (1941–1944). The...

Greece 2019: Back to the Truman Doctrine and the Pied Piper’s...

By Dr. William Mallinson Athens, 13 October 2019 The rather pompous US Secretary of State Pompeo’s recent visit to Athens, to underline the new love-in between...

Denis Langlois – ‘Panagoulis, un héros toujours présent’

Par Aurore Le Perff Publié le 28/02/2019 Réédité 50 ans après, le livre ‘Panagoulis, Le sang de la Grèce’ retrace le procès du célèbre militant...