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When you're done with the propaganda, allow me to believe in my own Polytechnion

Written by Christodoulos Athanasatos

(Translation in English: Lisa Darilis)

My occupation with journalism and politics brings me to question everything. It brings me to search behind words, faces, and situations. It makes me play with strategy, differentiate between the "political line" and the "idealogical shade," and, call into question whether to elevate or downgrade a situation.

"OXI" Day particularly celebrated by Greek Americans

Translation By Lisa Darilis

Sometimes in Greece October 28th might slip from people's minds, or perhaps they might not consider it one of the most spectacular events of Greek history, but to Greek Americans, October 28th has left them with an intense impression, outside the given national pride that exists that day.

How Greece Entered WWII

How Greece Entered WW II
A debate has always been smoldering among Greek historians as to the who precipitated the refusal to Italian demands that forced the Greek entry into World War II.

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