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The glorious end of the 1821 fighters

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The glorious end of the 1821 fighters

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During the trial of Kolokotronis, a prosecution witness was very angry with the Old Man of the Morea. Then Kolokotronis turned to his secretary and said: “Who is he, I do not remember having benefited him.” Indeed, history proves that the greatest enemies are those who benefit. The fighters of 1821, who gave everything for the liberation of the homeland and benefited the Greeks and Greece, were punished by the warring new leaders in the worst possible way. The ingratitude of those who benefited.

(Edited and translated blurb from publisher’s website)

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