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On June 29, 1931, anti-Semitic riots against the Jews of Salonica broke out in Thessaloniki, which the Greek state feared could damage its reputation, and attempts were made to downplay the incidents, especially abroad. The downplaying continued however, as...
From the archive an article from the Macedonian weekly magazine Fokus describing the work of "Archaeological Mafia in Macedonia". The text was published September 26, 2008 in issue 691. Title: "The Greeks only buy archaeological items from the time...
Alexander I of Macedon was King of Macedonia from 498 to 454 BC. He was the son of Amyntas I of Macedon. He was the first Macedonian king to take part in the Olympic Games. As he is often...
According to a legend, Plato's disciple Aristotle taught Alexander to think like a Greek but to fight like a "barbarian"
Greece, Macedonia, and...the King of Yavan!
Florus was a Roman historian at the time of the emperors Trajan and Hadrian
"It was actually an unheard scandal. If you look closely, the Macedonians weren't even Greeks and that's exactly how the Greeks and Macedonians saw it" writes German PhD historian and author Frank Westenfelder in an article on mercenary troops...
'Macedonia was not Greek, neither the Macedonians were Greeks' was the opinion in Greece. Later, the story started to change...
"Alexander wasn't even a bit Greek". We read this statement in 'The History Of Western Philosophy' by Bertrand Russell. Lord Russell received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1950. At first let's see who Russell was: Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd...
A former soldier of the Greek Army published a novel based largely on his diary. "Life in a Tomb" is the name of the work by Stratis Myrivilis, first published in 1924, which we are presenting here. As a volunteer...