Tag: Hellenism

The Russian World and the Hellenic World
Religion and Politics

The Russian World and the Hellenic World

български | ελληνικά | Română | Русский | Српски We are in the midst of a few anniversaries of note in the Greek world. Last year, of course, was the bicentennial of the war for independence. This year, it’s the centennial of the July 1922 founding of AHEPA, in Atlanta, and far more ignominiously, the…

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Participation in 1821: The Universal Significance of the Greek Revolution
Religion and Politics

Participation in 1821: The Universal Significance of the Greek Revolution

ελληνικά Two hundred years have passed since the beginning of Greek Revolution of 1821, the first successful revolution, after numerous failed attempts throughout five centuries, against the Ottoman conqueror and tyrant. It is an event of universal significance that not only signifies the resuscitation of Hellenism from the lethal bonds imposed by the Fall of…

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