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Internal conflicts and civil strife in the Serbian and the Greek revolution: A comparison

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Internal conflicts and civil strife in the Serbian and the Greek revolution: A comparison

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13 March 2021

Abstract

Different groups or individuals (such as the armatoles of the high mountains, the kodjabashis of different regions, and the Greek Orthodox clergy) who, before the Greej Revolution, played the role of administrative “bridge” between the Ottoman Empire and its subjects, participated strongly in the 1821 Greek Revolution. Many of them members of the Philiki Etaireia, were among the pioneers of the revolution and tried, throughout the eight years’ war, to keep their own local and general significance adapting to the ongoing evolutions and political realities. Equivalent phenomena of the Serbian Revolution (1804) help in the better understanding of the Greek case.

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BY-NC-SA Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike

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