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1821: The Revolution of the Greeks

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1821: The Revolution of the Greeks

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2021

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The 1821 Revolution was the dynamic expression of the Greeks’ quest to shake off the long-standing Ottoman yoke. At the same time, it was a wider event, not only at the level of political and diplomatic processes, but also in the mobilisation of public opinion and a large part of the intellectual world in Europe and America. The fanfare for freedom aroused the whole enslaved nation. The rebellious Greeks united against the common enemy, but it was not long before they split, thus endangering the success of their struggle. The recognition of their independence was based on their own victories and sacrifices, but it would not have become final without the decisive intervention of the international community.

(Edited and translated description from organiser’s website)

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“Bicentenary of the liberal revolution” podcast, episode 11: Aristides Hatzis with Thanos Veremis

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