Με λίγα λόγια – Γιατί η Μακεδονία είναι Ελλάδα

ΓΙΑΤΙ Η ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΚΑΙ ΓΙΑΤΙ ΣΥΜΦΩΝΑ ΚΑΙ ΜΕ ΤΗ ΔΙΑΚΗΡΥΞΗ ΤΩΝ ΒΟΥΛΓΑΡΩΝ ΔΕΝ ΥΠΗΡΧΕ ΟΥΤΕ ΥΠΑΡΧΕΙ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΚΟ ΕΘΝΟΣ.

Ευάγγελος Φυλακτός – [Για το αρχείο σας]

Σε κείμενα των αρχαίων συγγραφέων, Αισχύνη, Αριανού, Ηροδότου, Ησίοδου,Θουκυδίδη, Ισοκράτη, Παυσανία, Πλάτωνα, Πλούταρχου, Πολύβιου, παντού η ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑ ταυτίζεται με την Ελλάδα. Οι Μακεδόνες είχαν πάντα τα ίδια, ήθη,έθιμα,θρησκεία και γλώσσα με τους υπολοίπους Έλληνες. Continue reading “Με λίγα λόγια – Γιατί η Μακεδονία είναι Ελλάδα”

A Thessaloniki Anzac – Balwyn’s Sister Dorothy Sevilla White

Recently I visited the impressive war memorial in Balwyn. It stands like a miniature cenotaph on the top of the hill which is surrounds the gardens which form Beckett Park in Melbourne’s eastern suburb of Balwyn.According to the Monuments Australia website, the Balwyn War Memorial was unveiled by Brigadier-General Brand on the 24th May 1919. The monument at the time of the unveiling contained the names of 146 soldiers and two nurses.
The memorial contains the names of the residents of north war in the City of Camberwell who fought in World War One. The memorial contains a further dedication to those who served in World War Two, Malaya, Korea, Borneo and Vietnam. Continue reading “A Thessaloniki Anzac – Balwyn’s Sister Dorothy Sevilla White”

Unique monument at the heart of Thessaloniki

A strange secret, a unique monument lies at the heart of Thessaloniki at the Square Antigonidon. Behind the construction metal fences on the northeast side of the square is a unique treasure, which was well hidden for centuries. The uniquely beautiful temple of the goddess Aphrodite was erected in the square of the Sacreds in the area which is now the square of Antigonidon. The discovery from the 6th century BC was carried to Thessaloniki by King Aineias (Founder of the city of Aineia). Today this location is the suburbs of the city of Michaniona. Continue reading “Unique monument at the heart of Thessaloniki”

Ζήτω Η Αυστραλία! – History of the Australians at Vevi

Zeeto ee Australia! – With the Australians at Vevi

vevi6-Jim_Claven_22_Nov_2015By Jim Claven

Next year will be the 75th anniversary of the battle of Greece and Crete. Commemorations and memorials will be held across the world to honour the service of all those Allied soldiers and Greek civilians who fought against the Axis powers in 1941 and on until the end of the war. Continue reading “Ζήτω Η Αυστραλία! – History of the Australians at Vevi”