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1821, a permanent revolution: The commemoration against the modern holy alliance

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1821, a permanent revolution: The commemoration against the modern holy alliance

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09 March 2021

Date Issued

2021

Abstract

Ardin Piraeus, through a series of events, attempts to deconstruct the would-be deconstructors and to highlight the evidence that shows that 1821 was a genuine and organised national effort of the people to shake off the Turkish yoke, which in 1821 was the first successful attempt at a constant and stubborn revolutionary process, which pre-existed and continued until the beginning of the 20th century. The speaker mentions 1821 as a chronology that works in an exemplary way for the following years and runs throughout history to the present day. He also refers to the textbooks, the date of the beginning of the revolution, the role of the church, the civil war, the Philiki Etaireia. In referring to the above issues he tries to demystify some of them.

(Edited and translated description from organiser’s website)

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Video

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Number Of Pages - Duration

0:56:42

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BY-NC Attribution-NonCommercial

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