What if the Greeks Hadn’t Said “Oxi” on October 28, 1940?

“Oxi Day,” on October 28, is a Greek national holiday; but it’s establishment as such is not without its share of criticism, as there are those who argue that it commemorates the country’s entry into a war instead of a victory or a liberation day, as is typically the case with such holidays. However, if … Continue reading What if the Greeks Hadn’t Said “Oxi” on October 28, 1940?