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In eternal memorial: "They are all ours"

In eternal memorial: "They are all ours"

The other day, 50 years since 1974, an unprecedented ceremony took place. After a prayer in the church of Agios Panteleimon, the burial of additional bones of missing warriors of 1974 followed in the Tomb of Makedonitissa in Nicosia. The process of identification...

We decide and order

We decide and order

It's time to see what happened, now that the "hard" April came in, 1967... Almost, like a "deck" diary.. With two wild words, hanging over our heads.. 7 whole years. .!! DECIDED and DISTRIBUTED.. Let's leave many others in charge...

Review: Dimitrios Ittsios

Review: Dimitrios Ittsios

By Dimitris Vogolis Sub-General, a member and Teacher of the IHA As a Vlach, I praise the heroism of an immortal Vlach who sacrificed himself for his country, which today he would not want to know with the mantle that was worn on it narrower than its dimensions. The historical events...

The Vatican, the Lantern and "The Right Side of History"

The Vatican, the Lantern and "The Right Side of History"

In the world of global religious and geopolitical dynamics, few institutions carry as much historical weight and contemporary influence as the Vatican and the Lantern. The Vatican, the seat of the Roman Catholic Church, and the Fanari, center of the Eastern Orthodox Church,...

AROUNDATIONS IN CONSTANTINOPLE EARLY 1821

AROUNDATIONS IN CONSTANTINOPLE EARLY 1821

A. part Friends and friends, It was the end of January 1821 when the English ambassador Strangford arrived there with his wife and his entourage. Traveling with him was the chaplain of the embassy, ​​R. Walls. The priest is a restless man, curious, persistent,...

WOMEN: "BREAD AND ROSES" – 1908-2012

WOMEN: "BREAD AND ROSES" – 1908-2012

On the occasion of International Women's Day-March 8 The history of the women's movement began in 1910 at the Conference of Socialist Women in Copenhagen where two German women, Luise Zietz and Clara Zetkin, inspired by American women...

Lykourgos Logothetis: A rebel with a cause!

Lykourgos Logothetis: A rebel with a cause!

Continuation of the article by Kostas Stoforos Simopoulos explains how the argumentation of one class prevailed, the majority of the aristocrats and privileged of the island, which is reproduced to this day: During the Ottoman period, the Chiots had privileges, they lived idyllically,...

AUXENTIO GRIGORIS

AUXENTIO GRIGORIS

With pride I worship this land, which gave birth to Saint Glioripou, blessed the forests and gave the mountains to Masiaira. In such a way, you cry out in your veins, because you, my Glory, my servant, are dying without saving our Cyprus where it was...

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