Thursday, 14 November , 2019

Greek History

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...

587 monuments à la vente

L'Association des archéologues grecs a dressé une liste de 587 monuments menacés par un transfert au Superfund ( TAIPED-HRADF) , soulignant que le gouvernement...

The Plundering of Greece: Now the Creditors (EU, ECB, IMF) steal...

Historical Monuments and Museums transferred to Greece’s Privatization Fund September 20, 2018 Archaeologists and sites Guards are up in arms after the  Greek Finance Ministry issued...

Greece’s Crisis and the Relevance of the “Generation of the ‘30’s...

Βy Leonidas Petrakis*, PhD January 26, 2018 For Greece 2004 was a remarkable year. Events that were celebrated with great enthusiasm by Greeks all over the...

The Greek word that can’t be translated

‘Love of honour’, its official translation, is a utilitarian yet insufficient attempt to convey the constellation of virtues squeezed into the word’s four syllables. By...