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EDITOR'S NOTE: (Nick Stamatakis): One of the most significant events about the celebration of the 200 years of the Greek Revolution is the publication in Greek of the correspondence between Thomas Jefferson and Adamantios Korais during the Greek Revolution,...
EDITOR'S NOTE (Nick Stamatakis):  I think we need a break from the depressive reality around us.  What better than taking a trip to the past? Yours truly is known for his love for oldies, in any language... One of...
PHOTO: A meaningful moment as Metropolitan Theodosius of OCA welcomes Ecumenical Patriarch Dimitrios at St. Nicholas Cathedral, Washington, DC, 1990 ================ Patriarch Demetrios, truly a holy man, and his entourage arrived in Washington DC from Constantinople on July 2, 1990, with...
Τηε Φανούλας Αργυρού  «Σε λίγα χρόνια οι Τούρκοι θα κάνουν τους Έλληνες να σκέπτονται σαν Τούρκοι και αυτή θα είναι η μεγαλύτερη μας ήττα». Δρ. Νεοκλής Σαρρής Ο συνάδελφος Κώστας Βενιζέλος με δύο άρθρα του απαντά σε αυτούς που ξεσηκώθηκαν με...
EDITOR'S NOTE (Nick Stamatakis): It was a warm May afternoon this year when, returning from Boston, we stopped at Storrs, Connecticut, to see the Sparta Museum and Theater that was being built by a team lead by dedicated professor...
By Nick Stamatakis What was the first song the freed radio station of Kabul Afghanistan played in 2001 upon its Liberation by the Northern Alliance assisted by US Army Special Forces? It was "Andonis" from Mauthausen by Mikis Theodorakis... The...
ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ ΚΕΙΜΕΝΟ ΣΤΟ ΤΕΛΟΣ ΤΗΣ ΑΝΑΡΤΗΣΗΣ - GREEK TEXT FOLLOWS By Nick Stamatakis "I met with Death (he used the word "Haros" coming out of thousands of years of Greek folklore) many times, I looked him straight in the eye, and...
EDITOR'S NOTE (Nick Stamatakis):  Yours truly is a known lover of oldies, as you may have already noticed... Today I came across "Piccolissima Serenata", sung by Renato Carosone (released 1957, music By Giovanni Ferrio and lyrics by Antonio Amurri)...
EDITOR'S NOTE (Nick Stamatakis): As you will read in another post today the revisionist so-called historians are quick to claim that "Know Thyself" is an ...African proverbial wisdom, blatantly ignoring well-documented classical Greek history, but they are hesitant to...
By Martine Diepenbroek (antigonejournal.com) When Pharnabazus was outraged by Lysander pillaging and wasting his territory, he sent men to Sparta to denounce him… The ephors were incensed, and when they found Thorax, one of Lysander’s friends and fellow-generals,...