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Historian Beaton tells us that Greek independence was given and not won with blood!

As we are now in the bicentenial anniversary year, the positions, interpretations and views on what the Greek Revolution of 1821 was are multiplying. Some of these many interpretations, have an official and institutional character. In other words, they come from individuals, who have been officially assigned the configuration of the framework, in which the great historical event will be celebrated and marked.

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Celebrating the Preservation of Hellenism on Greek Independence Day

The Greek War For Independence of 1821 that we celebrate today on March 25th was the first war of independence of that era to take place under non-Christian rule. It required an extraordinary focus on the preservation of Hellenism as well as long-term planning and professional-level execution.

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