EDITOR'S NOTE (Nick Stamatakis): Tons of articles and many books have been written on the famous 1960 election whereby JFK won by 113,000 votes out of 68 million ballots cast. The majority of the questions raised had to do...
ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΜΕΤΑΦΡΑΣΗ ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΕΙ By Nick Stamatakis Last Sunday, May 1, 2022, after the Boston Parade, an important event took place, probably more important than the parade itself. Under the auspices and at the expense of the Pontian Society Panagia Soumela Boston...
Μετά την διακομματική ψήφιση του ψηφίσματος από την Ελληνική Βουλή για την απαίτηση των γερμανικών πολεμικών αποζημιώσεων ο εξαίρετος συνάδελφος Σταύρος Λυγερός εξήγησε σε ένα πρόσφατο κείμενο τους 5 λόγους γιατί είναι ισχυρές οι ελληνικές απαιτήσεις: 1) Η αποζημίωση...
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...
EDITOR'S NOTE:  A beautiful song selected by our friend, Fryni, From Athens Greece. Music by Manos Hadjidakis - there are no words to describe its beauty ...  Many thanks... Enjoy Dimitra Galani and three more performances by Yiannis Parios,...
EDITOR'S NOTE (Nick Stamatakis): It is with deep sadness that we learned the passing of a true hero, Manolis Glezos, who, along with Lakis Santas, took down the Swastika from the Akropolis a month after the Germans entered Athens,...
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,...
By Nick Stamatakis The history of Hellenes in America is beautifully illustrated by the music that was produced by the coming together of the two homelands, the two cultures, the Old World and the New. I have been following this...
By Gabriel Karageorgiou and Dominic Selwood (Harvard Business Review) Summary.  While its etymology is simple — philos, or friend/love, and timi, or honor — the Greek word philotimo carries a universe of far richer meanings. It is decency, dignity, honesty, truthfulness, sincerity, altruism, and a...
ΠΗΓΗ/SOURCE: eranistis.net EDITOR'S NOTE: In excavating Salonica's Subway (Metro) an amazing collection of archaeological finds came to life, to match the finds found in excavating the Athens Metro years ago (which now adorn the various stations...) We are left speechless...