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  • Metaxas Mythby Marina Petrakis

    I.B.Tauris 2005; US$ 47.00

    Why did the propaganda efforts that succeeded so thoroughly in Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany fail so drastically in Greece? The Metaxas Myth is the first detailed account of General Ioannis Metaxas?s attempts to mimic the fascist models of Mussolini, Hitler, and Franco by portraying himself as the ?saviour? of the Greek nation in an effort to build... more...

  • The Cyprus Problemby James Ker-Lindsay

    Oxford University Press, USA 2011; US$ 12.99

    For nearly 60 years--from its uprising against British rule in the 1950s, to the bloody civil war between Greek and Turkish Cypriots in the 1960s, the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in the 1970s, and the United Nation's ongoing 30-year effort to reunite the island--the tiny Mediterranean nation of Cyprus has taken a disproportionate share of the international... more...

  • Paradise Lostby Giles Milton

    Hodder & Stoughton 2011; Not Available

    On Saturday 9th September, 1922, the victorious Turkish cavalry rode into Smyrna, the richest and most cosmopolitan city in the Ottoman Empire. What happened over the next two weeks must rank as one of the most compelling human dramas of the twentieth century. Almost two million people were caught up in a disaster of truly epic proportions. PARADISE... more...

  • Paradise Lostby Giles Milton

    Hodder & Stoughton 2011; US$ 22.36

    On Saturday 9th September, 1922, the victorious Turkish cavalry rode into Smyrna, the richest and most cosmopolitan city in the Ottoman Empire. What happened over the next two weeks must rank as one of the most compelling human dramas of the twentieth century. Almost two million people were caught up in a disaster of truly epic proportions. PARADISE... more...

  • Mediterranean Winterby Robert D. Kaplan

    Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 16.00

    In Mediterranean Winter , Robert D. Kaplan, the bestselling author of Balkan Ghosts and Eastward to Tartary , relives an austere, haunting journey he took as a youth through the off-season Mediterranean. The awnings are rolled up and the other tourists are gone, so the damp, cold weather takes him back to the 1950s and earlier?a golden, intensely... more...

  • Transformation of Ottoman Crete, Theby Pinar Senisik

    I.B.Tauris 2011; US$ 32.00

    The island of Crete under Ottoman rule in the nineteenth century saw successive revolts from its majority Christian population, who were set on union with the newly-independent Greece. This book offers an original perspective on the social, political and ideological transformation of Ottoman Crete within the nationalist context of the late nineteenth... more...

  • A House in Corfuby Emma Tennant

    Henry Holt and Co. 2003; US$ 17.99

    The story of an unspoiled island and an English family making a home by the Aegean Sea. In the early 1960s Emma Tennant's parents, on a cruise, spotted a magical bay and decided to build a house there. This book is the story of that house, Rovinia, set above the bay in Corfu where legend has it Ulysses was shipwrecked and found by Nausicaa, daughter... more...

  • The Historiesby Agathias; Joseph D. C. Frendo; Joseph D. C. Frendo

    De Gruyter 1975; US$ 182.00

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  • The Golden Stepby Christopher Somerville

    Haus Publishing 2012; US$ 11.95

    A travelogue of a 300-mile walk across Crete, tackling mountain ranges, high slopes and the numerous gorges of the West. more...

  • Instilling Religion in Greek and Turkish Nationalismby Ioannis N. Grigoriadis

    Palgrave Macmillan 2012; US$ 50.00

    The first comparative study to examine the role of religion in the formation of Greek and Turkish nationalisms, this book argues that the shift to an increasingly religious paradigm in both countries can be explained in terms of the exigencies of consolidation and the need to appeal to grassroots elements and account for diversity. more...