Monday, May 14, 2012

Book "The Greek Struggle for Independence 1821-1833" by Douglas Dakin - 173 Greek names and Table of Contents


The book "The Greek Struggle for Independence 1821-1833" by Douglas Dakin was published in London by B. T. Batsford, Ltd. and in the U.S. by the University of California Press - both in 1973.


Below you will find a listing of the 173 Greek names mentioned in the book, followed by The Table of Contents. This book is available through the U.S. Inter-library loan program, you can work with your local library to obtain a copy if you are interested.


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NAMES MENTIONED IN BOOK


Agathangelos (Patriarch)


Anagnostaras


Anagnostopoulos, Panayotis


Bakolas, Gogos (Georgios)


Botasis, Panayotis


Botsaris, Georgios


Botsaris, Kitsos


Botsaris, Gen. Kostas


Botsaris, Markos


Botsaris, Notis


Brancoveanu, Grigorios


Charalambis, Sotirios


Chrisospathis, Ilias


Deliyannis (Papayannopoulos), Anagnostis


Deliyannis, Kanellos


Dikaios, Grigorios (Papaflessas)


Diovouniotis, Georgios


Doukas, Konstantinos


Evmorfopoulos, Dionisios


Farmakis, Yannis


Filimon, (Vasiliadis), Ioannis


'Fokianos' (Kaminaris), Savvas


Fotilas, Asimakis


Fotomaras, Nasos


Galatis, Nikolaos


Gazis, Anthumos


Germanos (Georgios Gozias)


Gerostathis, Konstantinos


Gikas, Nikolaos


'Gouras', Yannis


Grivas, Theodorakis


Gubernatis, (Col.)


Ignatios (Bishop)


Ipsilantis, Prince Alexandros


Ipsilantis, General Alexandros


Ipsilantis, Dimitrios


Ipsilantis, Konstantinos


Ipsilantis, Nikolaos


Iskos, Andreas


Jarvis, Gen. George


Kairis, Theofilos (Thomas)


Kallergis, Col. Dimitrios


Kallimachi(s), Skarlatos


Kalogeropoulos, Dr. Spiro


Kamarinos, Kinakos


Kanaris, Admiral Konstantinos


Kapodistrias, Count Agostino


Kapodistrias, Count Ioannis


Kapodistrias, Count Viaro


Kapsalis, Christos


Karadzas, Ioannis


Karadzas, Konstantinos


'Karaiskakis' (Georgios Karaiskos)


Karatasos, Dimitrios ('Tsamis')


Kasomoulis, Gen. Nikolaos


Katsonis, Lambros


Kirlianos, Christoforos


Kolettis, Ioannis


Koliopoulos, Dimitrios ('Plapoutas')


Kolokotronis, Panos


Kolokotronis, Theodoros


Kolokotronis, Yannis (Gennaios)


Kolokotronis, Yannis (Daskoulias)


Komizopoulos, Antonios


Kontoyannis, Mitsos


Korais, Adamantios


Koridalefs, Theofilos


Koundouriotis, Georgios


Koundouriotis, Lazaros


Kriezis, Admiral Antonios


'Kriezotis' (Charachlianis) Nikolaos


Krokudas, Asimakis


Levendis, Georgios


Liakopoulos, Mitros


Londos, Andreas


Londos, Nicolaos


Luriotis, Andreas


Luriotis, Nikolaos


Makris, Dimitrios


Makriyannis


Triantafillou


Lidorikiotis


Mamouris, Yannis


Manginas, Tatzis


Mavrokordatos, Alexandros


Mavromichalis, Georgios


Mavromichalis, Katsakos (Ilias)


Mavromichalis, Kiriakoulis


Mavromichalis, Konstantinos


Mavromichalis, Petros ('Petrobey')


Mavromichalis, Yannis


Mavrovouniotis, Vasos


Mavroyenis, Nikolaos


Metaxas, Andreas


Metaxas-Antzoulatos, Konstantinos


Metselos (Benizelos), Neroutsos


'Miaoulis' (Vokos), Admiral Andreas


Miaoulis, Dimitrios


Negris, Theodoros


Neofitos (Metaxas), Bishop


Neroulos, Rizos Iakovos


Notaras (Mitaras), Panayotis


Notaras, Panoutsos


Notaras, Yannis


Noutsos, Alexis


'Olimpios' (Lazos), Georgakis


Orlandos, Ioannis


Palamidis, Rigas


Panas (Kapitsis), Ilias


Papageorgiou, Panayotis ('Anagnostaras')


Papapanos, Andreas


Paparrigopoulos, Ioannis


Papas, Aristidis


Papas, Emmanuil


Pasvanoglou, Osman


Paximadis, Nicolaos


Pentedekas, Konstantinos


Polizoidis, Athanasios


Praidis, Georgios


Psellus, Michael


Psilas, Georgios


Rangos, Yannis


Rigas, Ivos


Rigas, Velestinlis


Rodios, Panayotis


Sachtouris, Admiral Georgios


'Safakas', (Karadimas, Andritsos)


Sekeris, Panayotis


Sisinis, Georgios


Skoufas, Nikolaos


Spaniolakis, Georgios


Spiliadis, Nicolaos


Staikos, Yannakis


Stamatelopoulos, Nikitas ('Nikitaras', 'Turkolekas')


Stathas, Yannis


Stournaris, Nikolaos


Stratos, Sotiris


Tarsitsa, Kamenou


Theodoritos, Bishop


Theotokis, Ioannis


'Tombazis', Admiral Yakoumakis


Tombazis brothers


Tourtouris, Georgios


Trikoupis, Spiridhon


Tsakaloglou, Athanasios


Tsamados, Anastasios


Tsongas, Georgios


Tzavellas, Fotos


Tzavellas, Georgios


Tzavellas, Kitsos


Tzavellas, Lambros


Vamvas, Neofitos


'Varnakiotis' (Nikolou), Georgios (Georgakis)


Varvakis, Ioannis


'Vatikiotis', Dimitrios


Vitali brothers


Vitalis, Georgios


Vitalis, Spiro


Voulgaris, Dimitrios


Voulgaris, Eugenios


Voulgaris, Markos-Antonios


Voulgaris, Stamatis


Vourvachis, Col. Dionisios


Xanthos, Emmanuil


Zachariadis, Christos


Zacharitsas, Simeon


Zaimis, Andreas


Zaimis, Ioannis


Zervas, Nikolaos


Zografos, Konstantinos


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Preface
Note on Spelling
Introduction


1.  GREECE UNDER TURKISH RULE
The Ottoman expansion
The Greek populations
The place of the Greeks in the administration of the Ottoman Empire
The economic and intellectual progress of the Greeks
The Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars
The Hospodars, the Serbs, and Pasvanoglou
The Ionian Islands


2.  THE OUTBREAK OF THE GREEK REVOLUTION
The Filiki Eteria (The Friendly Society)
Ali Pasha and the Eteria
The outbreak of the Revolution
The war in the Principalities
The spread of the Greek revolt


3.  WAR, POLITICS AND ADMINISTRATION, 1821-1823
The Greek armed forces
The Greek administration:  political rivalries


4.  CAMPAIGNS, GREEK POLITICS AND DIPLOMACY, 1822-1824
Military operations in 1822
The campaigns of 1823
Greek internal politics in 1823
Lord Byron and the philhellenes
The campaign of 1824
The outbreak of civil war in Greece
The Egyptian invasion
The war in western and eastern Greece in 1825


5.  THE POWERS AND THE GREEK QUESTION, 1821-1825
The Hanover meeting (October 1821) and the Congress of Verona (October 1822)
Canning's Greek policy, 1822-5
The foreign policy of the Greek parties
The 'Act of Submission' to England
Negotiations for a western military commander:  the second London loan


6.  THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN ALIGNMENT:  WAR AND POLITICS IN GREECE, 1826-1827
The Protocol of 4 April 1826; the Treaty of London, 6 July 1827
The fall of Mesolonghi (April 1826) and the fall of Athens (August 1826)
The Third National Assembly (Epidavros), April 1826-May 1827
The Assembly of Damala; the election of Kapodistrias; Church and Cochrane
The battle of Analatos (7 May 1827) and the fall of the Acropolis (5 June 1827)


7.  THE BATTLES OF SALONA (30 SEPTEMBER 1827) AND NAVARINO (20 OCTOBER 1827)
The Greek civil war of July-August 1827
The Greeks and the Treaty:  Greek operations September-October 1827
The Battle of Navarino, 20 October 1827
Greek operations following the Battle of Navarino
The arrival of Kapodistrias


8.  ADMINISTRATION, MILITARY AFFAIRS AND DIPLOMACY UNDER KAPODISTRIAS, JANUARY 1828-MAY 1829
Te reorganization of government by Kapodistrias
Finance and military affairs
The war in western Greece
The conference of Poros, September-December 1828
General Church's victories in western Greece, December 1828-May 1829


9.  KAPODISTRIAS AND THE POWERS, MAY 1829-OCTOBER 1831
Kapodistrias and the Protocol of 22 March 1829; the Peace of Andrianople, 14 September 1829
The choice of a sovereign for Greece
Kapodistrias and the Protocol of 3 February 1820
Leopold's resignation
The powers and the Greek Question, June 1830-May 1832


10.  GREECE:  JULY 1829-FEBRUARY 1833
The growing opposition to Kapodistrias
The revolt of Idra
The assassination of Kapodistrias
The interregnum:  civil war, October 1831-January 1833
The arrival of King Otho


Commentary
Select Bibliography
Maps
Index



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