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Historical Library of the 1821 Greek Revolution

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Historical Library of the 1821 Greek Revolution

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2019-2021

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In the tradition of its publishing activities and on the occasion of the bicentenary of the Revolution of 1821, the Institute of Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation included in its research and publishing programme individual and less-known aspects of the 1821 Revolution, as better aspects known from the existing literature. This research resulted in the book series “Historical Library of the 1821 Greek Revolution”.

Academic series editor: Maria Christina Chatziioannou, Director of Research and Director of the Institute for Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation

The following works are released in the series:

Vassilis Panagiotopoulos, Konstantinos Kantiotis from Corfu: A minor member of Filiki Eteria, fighter for the Greek Revolution

Sophia Laiou and Marinos Sariyiannis, Ottoman narrations on the Greek Revolution: From Yusuf Bey to Ahmet Cevdet Pasha

Vassilis K. Gounaris, Today is not like yesteryear: Greek armatole-klephts and Albanian rebels (1829–1831)

Eftychia D. Liata, Rigged from the little we had… The frigate ship “Timoleon” during the Greek Revolution of 1821

Georgia Gotsi, Elizabeth M. Edmonds: The Victorian Biographer of Rigas

Maria Christina Chatziioannou, Entangled histories and collective identity: Narratives of the Chios massacre (1822)

Eugenia Drakopoulou, Images of the Greek Struggle in European History Painting"

(Modified book description from the Initiative 1821’s website)

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