War of Greek Independence

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Noun1.War of Greek Independence - the Greeks rebelled against Turkish rule in 1821War of Greek Independence - the Greeks rebelled against Turkish rule in 1821; with the support of England and France and Russia they won independence in 1828 at Navarino (although the country included only half its present size)
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There were, admittedly, some Greek Cypriots that participated in liberation initiatives, before and during the Greek war of independence of 1821, but as the researcher Giorgos Giorgis explains in his book, 'The Cypriot Contribution to the Revolution of 1821', no parallel revolutionary activity took place in Cyprus.
However, Muller was also a highly-committed philhellene and, during the Greek War of Independence, he supported the Greek cause against the Ottomans with a plethora of poetry and prose works--most notably his Lieder der Griechen (1821-1824)--as well as with his purse.
Since the Greek War of Independence in the early 19th century, Greece has undergone a number of turbulent developments.
The nationalist uprisings that began with the Greek War of Independence in 1821 as well as the diplomatic problems of the Ottoman state -- which were really reflections of ongoing domestic problems -- were all then gathered under the heading of "Eastern Questions.
Covering the period from the Greek War of Independence and the breakup of the Ottoman Empire through the post-WWI era and the Balfour Declaration, this study plumbs the roots of American fears of Muslims and details the impact of American Islamophobia US foreign policy.
The next is built around the Greek War of Independence (1821-30), necessarily more a Greek than an Athenian story, but continues into the next several decades, during which Athens became the capital of the independent country of Greece, and host to a Bavarian noble family as the new monarchy of a new country.
An interactive play-withina-play starring Zoe's daughter Irina as Bouboulina - heroine of the 1821 Greek War of Independence - arouses much laughter as the audience are handed-out roles.
The Greek Collection has over 260 works of art, spanning from the aftermath of the Greek War of Independence in 1821 to about 1970.
Children's literature first appeared in Greece as early as the nineteenth century after the Greek War of Independence (1827).
A veteran of the Greek War of Independence, a committed abolitionist, and the founder of the Perkins School for the Blind as well as the Massachusetts School for Idiotic and Feeble-Minded Children, Howe spoke out in favor of progressive services for disabled Americans.
of Sydney, Australia) provides a comparison of three groups of British volunteers who defied their government to fight in the Greek War of Independence, the Spanish Civil War, and the Russo-Finnish War.
The Greek War of Independence began in 1821 and concluded in 1830 when England, France, and Russia forced the Ottoman Empire to grant Greece its independence under a European monarch.