178 Greek names are mentioned in the book “The Struggle for Greek Independence – Essays to mark the 150th anniversary of the Greek War of Independence” edited by Richard Clogg – published 1973 by Archon Books.
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178 Greek names mentioned in this book
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178 GREEK NAMES MENTIONED IN THIS BOOK
Anastasiadis, Khristos (aka Parmenides)
Capo d'Istria (aka Kapodistrias)
Dapontes, Konstantinos Kaisarios
Dimaras, K. Th.
Iordakis (aka Olympiotis)
Karaiskakis (Georios Karaiskos)
Karatzas (Karadja) family
Khantzeris (Handjeris or Hadjerlis)
Khristo, Pancu Haci
Konstantinidis, Georgios (aka Konstantinou)
Konstantinou, Georgios (aka Konstantinidis)
Mavromikhalis, Petros (Petrobey)
Molyvdos, Ioannis (Comnenus)
Neroulos, Iakovakis Rizos
Rhangabes, Michael I.
Tzimiskes, John I.
Velestinlis, Rigas (aka Pheraios)
Ypsilantis, Athanasios Komninos
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Aspects of the Movement for Greek Independence – Richard Clogg, Lecturer in Modern Greek History, School of Slavonic and East European Studies and King’s College, University of London
The Phanariots and the Byzantine Tradition – Cyril Mango, Bywater and Sotheby Professor of Byzantine and Modern Greek Language and Literature, University of Oxford
The Contribution of the Intelligentsia towards the Greek Independence Movement, 1798-1821 – Catherine Koumarianou, Athens
The Philiki Etairia: A Premature National Coalition – George D. Frangos, Assistant Professor of History, Vassar College
Kapodistrias and the Philiki Etairia, 1814-21 – C. M. Woodhouse, Conservative MP for Oxford
The 1821 Revolution in the Rumanian Principalities – E. D. Tappe, Reader in Rumanian Studies, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London
The Formation of the Greek State, 1821-33 – Douglas Dakin, Professor of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Church, State and the Greek War of Independence – Philip Sherrard, Lecturer in the History of the Orthodox Church, School of Slavonic and East European Studies and King’s College, University of London
The Other British Philhellenes – Alexis Dimaras, Athens, formerly of King’s College, University of London
Byron in Nineteenth-century Greek Literature – Robin Fletcher, Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, University Lecturer in Modern Greek
SYNOPSIS FROM THE DUST JACKET
The history of Greece during the period of her struggle for independence remains one of the least-known periods in her modern history. This neglect is unfortunate, for the independence period is one of the most interesting and formative epochs in Greek history, and one which has had a significant influence on the subsequent development of Greek society. The study of this period also has a wider relevance in explaining the processes by which Greece became the first of the countries of eastern Europe to cast off the hegemony of a multi-national empire and achieve full independence. Moreover, the origins and development of the Greek national movement have an added claim on the attention of the historian and political scientist, as Greek nationalism is probably the earliest example of a modern nationalist movement in the non-European world.
This book brings together essays by British, Greek and American scholars on various aspects of Greek history during the pre-independence and independence periods. These are documented studies, firmly rooted in the relevant sources, and together they constitute an important contribution to the serious study of Greece, a country whose historical experience has been the subject of much discussion but little understanding in recent years.