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The struggle of 1821 at sea and the successes of the Greek sailors and fire ships

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The struggle of 1821 at sea and the successes of the Greek sailors and fire ships

Date

4–5 June 2021

Date Issued

2021

Abstract

On the bicentenary of the beginning of the 1821 Greek Revolution, the Holy Diocese of Chios, Psara and Oinousses – under the auspices of the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece – hosts online an international scientific conference on: “The struggle of 1821 at sea and the successes of the Greek sailors and fire ships”. The conference consists of four sessions and aims to present scientific papers on the contribution of the navy to the Struggle. The topics presented by included the following: “Andreas Miaoulis, the triumph of the cross”, “The forgotten Battle of Mykonos and Manto Mavrogenous, 12 October 1822”, “The participation of the Vrontados people in the naval struggle of 1821”, “Naval innovation: Frank Abney Hastings”, “Interdisciplinary views of the 1821 Greek Revolution”, “The conversion of Greek-owned ships into warships”, “How do the descendants of Kanaris feel in the context of the history of Psara and Chios”, “Konstantinos Kanaris and the burning of the Turkish flagship based on historical sources and international literature”, “The Greek and Turkish fleets in the revolution and destruction of Chios”, “In the shadow of Kanaris: The Psarian Sailor and fire ship fighter Dimitiris Papanikolis”, “The catalytic role of the Navy in the struggle of national regeneration”, “The navy as a factor of power of the Greek nation in the struggle for the overthrow of the Ottoman yoke and the conquest of freedom”, “The naval struggle in the 1821 Revolution and religious feeling”.

(Edited and translated description from organiser’s website)

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Video

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Number Of Pages - Duration

2:55:25
3:50:15
1:40:10

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BY-NC Attribution-NonCommercial

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