Greek War of Independence
The Battle of Valtetsi was the first major victory of the 1821 Greek Revolution and determined the course of the War of Independence
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has reignited the debate in Greece on the historic relations between the two nations that share a common religion. The destruction of towns and villages in eastern Ukraine, especially Mariupol where tens of thousands of ethnic...
On April 10, 1826, the 10,500 Missolonghi inhabitants, after one year of siege, made the heroic "Exodus of Missolonghi"
The "Greek Slave," represents the incredible but true story of a girl from Psara who was captured in the Greek War of Independence.
Ayios Ioannis Church in Argos was the site of a commemoration of the life of notable former slave and American philhellene James Williams.
The fireships were a weapon of necessity used by the skilled sailors of the Greek navy to a devastating, asymmetric effect during the Greek War of Independence.
Stunning photos of models wearing Greek Revolution-era costumes are on display in Seoul, South Korea. The images, which embody the Greek spirit of freedom and tell the story of the country's fight for independence from the Ottoman Empire over 200...
The Chios massacre of 1822 was perhaps the worst atrocity carried out by the Ottomans against Greeks during the Greek War of Independence.
Theodoros Kolokotronis is undoubtedly the ultimate symbol of the Greek War of Independence, which took place from 1821 to 1830.