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History of the regular army, 1821–1833

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History of the regular army, 1821–1833

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Texts of Remembrance 3

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Christos Vyzantios, born in 1804 in Constantinople, came to revolutionary Greece at a very young age, in 1823. He fought in Nafplio, Karystos, Haidari, the Acropolis, Chios and elsewhere as a member of the newly formed, small regular army that was scorned by the majority of the chieftains of 1821. For this reason, his story, first published in 1837 and in a more extensive and revised form in 1874, is one of the rarest and most valuable testimonies of the Greek Revolution.

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“Bicentenary of the liberal revolution” podcast, episode 14: Aristides Hatzis with Nikos Theotokas

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