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The Trapezunta Tuition Center
The educational jewel of Pontus
Stathis Nikolaidis - ΑΞΟΝ
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The Promised Journey: Pontus - Kefalonia
by Sophia Kappatos
The Byzantine Monuments and Topography of the Pontos
An extensive work on the monuments and topography of Pontos by Anthony Bryer
Waiting for the Clouds
A true story based on George Andreadis' book Tamama now on DVD.
Athens - The Truth
The awful realities of both the Armenian and the Greek Genocides are referred to a number of different times in David Cade's new book
Published in 1988, this 8 volume encyclopedia contains thousands of years of history, folklore, customs, traditions, culture as well as the social and economic life of the Greeks of Pontus, from antiquity to the present day.
Harry Tsirkinidis was born in 1938 in Lekani Kavala in Greece. His parents were refugees from Pontus, Asia Minor. He grew up during the German occupation of Greece during WW2 and the Greek Civil wars of 1946-49.
A distinguished historian of the late Ottoman and early Byzantine period with a regional interest in the Pontus. He was one of nine publishing consultants for the 8 volume Encyclopaedia of Pontian Hellenism that was released in 1988 by Malliaris Paedia.
The Center for the Promotion and Study of Asia Minor Culture (ΚΕΜΙΠΟ) presents its 6th Symposium on Asia Minor culture this year titled Greek Care amongst the Greek Communities if Asia Minor during the Kemalist years.
Hellenic air force presence in Asia Minor after May 1919 consisted of 120 aircraft, 70 of which belonged to the Military Air Force and the remainder to Naval Aviation. During that same period the Ottoman Empire in November 1919 had 11 Russian-built aircraft and 19 German aircraft.
LONDON, UK. November 18, 2013 – Visitors to Greece have long been discouraged from spending more than just a day or two in the nation’s capital, but a new book by a New Zealand writer shows that Athens offers an extraordinary range of exceptional experiences.
Historian Vlassis Agtzidis recently uncovered three newspaper reports of 1924 which detailed how the administration of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (the Kemalists) sent 400 tonnes of dead human remains (approximately 50,000 human bodies) to the port of Marseilles..
George Horton was the US consul-general in Smyrna during WW1 and its immediate aftermath. This book - translated from English to Greek - is his eye-witness account of that period including the burning of Smyrna.
This book describes the Greeks in Asia Minor (Cappadocia, Smyrna, Samsoun, etc.) and their suffering under the Young Turks between 1912-1916. Persecutions, expulsions, deportations and destruction of Greek villages are detailed.
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την ιστορία σ’ τραγωδούν πατρίδα μ’ και την μοίρα σ’.