The participation of Constantinopolitans in the Greek Revolution of 1821

By Vassilios Moutsoglou,  Ambassador a.h., IHA Member The Modern Greek nation had already begun to form without a formal or legal frame essentially in the early 11th century, perhaps even earlier. The beginning was set by some historians a few centuries after the end of the ancient world. Medieval Hellenism is expressed by means of Byzantium. … Continue reading The participation of Constantinopolitans in the Greek Revolution of 1821