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Hellenism and the first Greek war of liberation (1821-1830) : continuity and change / with an introduction by John A. Petropulos ; edited by Nikiforos P. Diamandouros [and others] in behalf of the Modern Greek Studies Association of the United States and

; Modern Greek Studies Association
Thessaloniki : Institute for Balkan Studies, 1976.

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Other Authors Diamandouros, Nikiforos P.
Modern Greek Studies Association.
Subjects Greece -- History -- 1453-1821 -- Congresses.
Greece -- History -- War of Independence, 1821-1829 -- Congresses.
Greece.
Grèce -- Histoire -- 1821-1829 (Guerre de l'Indépendance)
Griekenland.
Hellenism.
Hellenisme.
Hellénisme.
Vizantii︠a︡ -- istorii︠a︡
Vrijheidsoorlogen.
Description 237 pages ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1976.
Notes Includes index.
Bibliographical essay, by N.p. Diamandouros: pages 193-230.
Contents Part 1: before liberation. The Greeks under Turkish rule / Speros Vryonis, Jr. -- The Diaspora Greeks: the genesis of modern Greek national consciousness / Deno J. Geanakoplos -- The heroic tradition of Greep epic and ballad: continuity and change / Albert B. Lord -- Part 2: problems of liberation. The Greek revolution: Ali Pashas's last gamble / Dennis N. Skiotis -- The land issue in the Greek war of independence / William W. McGrew -- Forms of collaboration with the enemy during the first Greek war of liberation / John A. Petropulos -- Part 3: after liberation. The character of the new Greek state / Harry J. Psomiades -- The Balkan nations and the Greek war of independence / Barbara Jelavich -- The Pontic revival and the new Greece / Anthony A.M. Bryer -- Bibliographical essay / Nikiforos P. Diamondouros.
Genre Conference proceedings.
History.
Geographic Area Greece
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3734742
(OCoLC)ocm03734742
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