Ήρωες του 1821

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Why a parade for Greek Independence. Ottoman Rule / Tourkokratia - Conditions for Greek Revolution (1453-1821)

Why a parade for Greek Independence. Ottoman Rule / Tourkokratia - Conditions for Greek Revolution (1453-1821)

12 must-see images of the Greek revolution | Hellenic American Leadership Council

12 must-see images of the Greek revolution | Hellenic American Leadership Council

Anagnostaras, a hero of the Greek War of Independence

Anagnostaras, a hero of the Greek War of Independence

"Ο θάνατος του Σουλιώτη αγωνιστή Λάμπρου Τζαβέλλα". Ελαιογραφία, αντίγραφο χαρακτικού του L. Lipparini.  Εθνικό Ιστορικό Μουσείο , Αθήνα. “The death of Lambros Tzavellas”.  Oil on canvas, copy from an engraving of L. Liparini. National Historical Museum

"Ο θάνατος του Σουλιώτη αγωνιστή Λάμπρου Τζαβέλλα". Ελαιογραφία, αντίγραφο χαρακτικού του L. Lipparini. Εθνικό Ιστορικό Μουσείο , Αθήνα. “The death of Lambros Tzavellas”. Oil on canvas, copy from an engraving of L. Liparini. National Historical Museum

Declaration of Greek Revolution 1821, Patras

Declaration of Greek Revolution 1821, Patras

Georgios Karaiskakis (Greek: Γεώργιος Καραϊσκάκης) born Georgios Iskos (Greek: Γεώργιος Ίσκος) (January 23, 1780 or January 23, 1782 – April 23, 1827) was a famous Greek tepht, armatolos, military commander, and a hero of the Greek War of Independence. Nickname: The Nun’s Son

Georgios Karaiskakis (Greek: Γεώργιος Καραϊσκάκης) born Georgios Iskos (Greek: Γεώργιος Ίσκος) (January 23, 1780 or January 23, 1782 – April 23, 1827) was a famous Greek tepht, armatolos, military commander, and a hero of the Greek War of Independence. Nickname: The Nun’s Son

"One hour of freedom is worth more than forty years of slavery and life in prison." - Here is part of The Patriotic Revolutionary Hymn of Regas Feraios. He  did not live to see the revolution, but he sewed the seeds of freedom which grew in the hearts of Greeks and Phil-Hellenes alike.

"One hour of freedom is worth more than forty years of slavery and life in prison." - Here is part of The Patriotic Revolutionary Hymn of Regas Feraios. He did not live to see the revolution, but he sewed the seeds of freedom which grew in the hearts of Greeks and Phil-Hellenes alike.

Αναγνώστης Πετιμεζάς. Θάνατος του Πετμεζά. Peter Von Hess.

Αναγνώστης Πετιμεζάς. Θάνατος του Πετμεζά. Peter Von Hess.

Greek Flag of 1821 revolution

Greek Flag of 1821 revolution

Flag of Hydra with inscriptions: Ή ΤΑΝ Ή ΕΠΙ ΤΑΝ (either bearing one's shield or borne on it) and Ή ΝΙΚΗ Ή ΘΑΝΑΤΟΣ (either Victory or Death). Together with the islands of Spetses and Psara, Hydra contributed its merchant fleet to the formation of a Greek navy. The Inhabitants of Spetses were the first islanders to rise up, on 3 April 1821, and were immediately followed by those of Psara, Salamis, and other islands.

Flag of Hydra with inscriptions: Ή ΤΑΝ Ή ΕΠΙ ΤΑΝ (either bearing one's shield or borne on it) and Ή ΝΙΚΗ Ή ΘΑΝΑΤΟΣ (either Victory or Death). Together with the islands of Spetses and Psara, Hydra contributed its merchant fleet to the formation of a Greek navy. The Inhabitants of Spetses were the first islanders to rise up, on 3 April 1821, and were immediately followed by those of Psara, Salamis, and other islands.

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