Calamos Supports GreeceCalamos Supports Greece

War of Independence

University of Pittsburgh Celebrates Greek Culture

The Greek Nationality Room, established 80 years ago to celebrate Greek culture at the University of Pittsburgh, will be the site of an upcoming commemoration on November 5-7. Established by local industrialists on November 7, 1941, the center is a...

Lord Byron: The Romantic Poet Who Died for Greece

Lord Byron is one of the first and best-known philhellenes who actively participated in Greece’s War of Independence.

Cyprus Martyrs of Greek War of Independence to be Honored in July

The martyrs of the Greek War of Independence on Cyprus will be honored in a special online commemoration of their sacrifice in July of 2021.

The American Connections to Greek War of Independence

Stamatios Kartalopoulos spoke about bonds which unite the Greek and American War of Independence - liberty, democracy, freedom and justice.

New Movie Filmed in Kalamata Recreates Greek Revolutionary Era

"Kalamata 1821: Roads of Freedom" is a new movie about the Greek Revolution and the roles its protagonists played in the War of Independence.

Greek Independence Day Parade on Greece’s Bicentennial

Greece is celebrating the 200th anniversary of its War of Independence with a military parade in the center of Athens.

Theodoros Kolokotronis: Ultimate Symbol of 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.

Harvard Talk Features a “Reconsideration of the Greek Revolution”

Dr. Panagiotis Roilos, will talk on Harvard and Philhellenism as part of the chair's series "Reconsidering the Greek Revolution."

The Oath of the Greek War of Independence

The Oath of the Greek War of Independence was taken by the chieftains on March 23, 1821 after they liberated Kalamata from the Ottomans

“Blue Skies” Events Commemorate Greek Bicentennial in Pennsylvania

A series of events called “Blue Skies” in Pittsburgh will cap a month-long celebration of the Greek bicentennial in western Pennsylvania.