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Well done 'PAHH'. No one has done anything like this for Greeks in England.
Hello. Great site!
The Ionian Society wishes all a Καλό Πάσχα and Καλή Ανάστασι.
This is a very good site. Thanks to the author!
I was most pleased in reading of the success of the documentary The Pioneers to notice that it was written and directed by Mrs. Anna Giannotis. What a fine tribute to our ancestors.
As I read the article which was on the front page of the National Herald, March 25, 2006, I especially enjoyed the photo of Mrs. Giannotis whose mother, Mrs. Julia Giannotis, was a good friend of my own mother, Mrs. Mary Parkos of Newport, Rhode Island. What a wonderful opportunity to remember the past good times of those two dynamic women — our mothers.
I wish to send her my good wishes and congratulate her on a superb job. She deserves every recognition, for her hard work is much appreciated.
Thank you for one of the most interesting reads I've encountered on the internet, I've always been interested in stories involving Greeks. Although of Greek-Australian descent, the descriptions of the operations undertaken instill a sense of pride. Simply amazing.
Bravo pou rihnetai ena akoma sosivio gia na glitosoume apo tin exafanisi pou kathe toso mas apilei.
Kudos for your conscientious, patriotic work.
Hi, PAHH members,
I just wanted to give you a heads up that BACH (www.bayareabach.org) has moved the March concerts to April 15 and 16, at the same locations and starting times. Please visit the website for up-to-date information. I apologize for the inconvenience, and we hope to see you in April!
original message from V. Devera, in which the concert location is given and the concert itself is described — and through which the producers of the concert are inviting support.See the
Hi, I would like to invite PAHH members to a special concert, presented by Bay Area Classical Harmonies and the Presidio Ensemble. The program includes music from Greece, Ukraine, and Russia as well as contemporary chamber music by Amy Beach.
We are extending a $5 discount off the $15 ticket price for PAHH members and visitors. Just print this message and present it at the door.
A reception with the artists follows the concert.
The concert features the Presidio Ensemble and BACH Men Singers. BACH features Assistant Director, John Michael Boyer, a Byzantine cantor of Capella Romana
Dates of the concert have been hanged to April 15 and 16, 2005. See the newer message from V. Dereva, posted 18 March 2005. Also see the concert producers' web-site at www.bayareabach.org.
Thank you so much for publishing the Greek Exile information on your website. Your wonderful site should be bookmarked and visited by all Greek-Americans. We have just created a link to your site under the Hellenic Diaspora category in the Chian Federation website.
Keep up the good work,
Astoria, NY 11103.
My late Grandfather served in British Special Forces (Raiding Support Regiment,Raiding Forces-Middle East/SAS) and spent several months on Vis carrying out raids and so it's been great to read about someone else who was also there carrying out the same kind of work.
A very interesting account that is much appreciated by me.
Thank you for publishing Andrew Mousalimas' gripping memoirs of his experiences in the OSS during World War II. It is a fascinating account, and Mr. Mousalimas has done a great service in documenting the sacrifices of the Greek-Americans who fought behind the lines. He and his comrades brought honor home to themselves and to their heritage.
Interesting website! Must say ~ I particularly appreciated your announcement about the London Greek history books. I am studying here in London ~ will be sure to return to read more of your material.
I have enjoyed browsing your website since its inception a year ago. It is a wonderfully positive step towards the preservation, acknowledgement, and public awareness of the Hellenic American community both within and outside of the US. Your efforts are greatly appreciated by Greek communities everywhere and are a true testament to the strength and character of the American Greek. Thank you all.
Check Jason Mavrovitis' Out of The Balkans in our Memoirs section of the PAHH web-site. It is wonderful!
I am impressed with your sincere efforts in seeking to preserve our hellenic identity and culture in the USA. Bravo sas.
Thank you to all for making possible the preservation of the Hellenic Identity and culture.
This is a tremendous endeavor and a fitting memorial to our ancestors and a wonderful gift to our generation and the generations to follow. Evcharisto para poli kai singhariteria!
Congratulations on this wonderful job! It is really important to preserve historical heritage for our children now and for the future.
From: Yakutsk, Sakha Republic (Yakutia), Russian Federation.
To learn about the Sakah Republic (Yakutia), a fascinating part of the world, see the Yakutsk State University website at:
I am very much interested in preserving Hellenic History. This is a project I would like to devote my spare time to! Thank you to all who created this site!
I am very interested in Greek history, and I'm interested in American Hellenic history as well.
From now on, I will visit your website often.
Greetings from Greece.
Since I am a native of Hellas, I will try to contribute to your effort to ''preserve'' Hellenic history. I will offer some thoughts about it, asking you to get (if it is possible out there) the BHMA newspaper, 28th of April 2002 issue. It has a precis of a interesting book in English of Spyros E. Iakovidis, titled GLA AND THE KOPAIS IN THE 13th CENTURY BC I don't know if and how many of you have ever traveled to Hellas and specially have traveled by bus or by car from Athens to Thessaloniki, but if someone will have the opportunity, I suggest to him/her first to get the book and read the unbelievable but real findings of what our
propatores back in the 13th century BC had made,
and then to make the short break of about 2.5 hours driving-time from Athens.
Back in that century, when many of today's civilized nations did not even exist,
propatores had created something nearly impossible, for that period of time.
They had managed to pour out of Kopais Lake, almost 100 cubic meters per second.
For that, they had moved 2 million cubic meters of soil, in order to make the dams they needed.
We used to pass-by this achievement without even knowing what exists on that spot.
Hellenism, wherever someone will go ~ in and out off today's Hellas ~ is healthy and present.
Greece is everywhere!!!
poli kali prospathis
πολύ καλή προσπάθεια
ATHENS ECONOMIC UNIVERSITY
~ ATHENS 2004 ~
I am impressed.
I sincerely appreciate the great contribution your marvelous web site is beginning ... and will continue ... to make in preserving and propagating our glorious Hellenic roots.
Congratulations!! This is a tremendous gift to us all. I look forward to spreading the news of this informative site to The Hellenic Journal readers.
This is a wonderful endeavor and we pray that will become the instrument to help preserve our glorious Greek history and the one and only True Faith of our Greek Orthodox Church for us and mainly for the generations to come. Heartfelt congratulations to the founders of this important website. AXIOI
Welcome to the PAHH web-pages. We're proud of Terry M., Harry A., and of course, Mary M. for their efforts in establishing this beautiful web-site. Keep up the good work.
It is terrific to see the collaboration of minds from all over the country (and Europe too). This web-site should considerably facilitate the communication between historical preservationists in America.
Wonderful, a great site. (The recent letter by Mr. Andrew Mousalimas to the Hellenic Voice is too.)
As the grandchild (both sides) of the original
protopatores to this country, I share your vision, and seek your guidance and experience in preserving the triumvarite: language, culture, religion.
My grandfathers came from Vamvakou, Sparti, staring in 1880 to c. 1900.
My father was born and raised in LOWELL, MASS, during the heyday of Hellenismos.
He was born 1909, was one of the first graduates of the Holy Trinity day school, where he had a first class Greek bilingual education: his Greek and English were unmatched.
His father, Costas
Mavros was a famous singer/violinist of his time, and I believe was the first to produce Greek-Oriental records in the U.S.
Of course, all were heavily involved in fights with the Irish, struggled to bulid the railroads, and toiled in the mines of Utah.
My own father was a life-long union organizer and populist candidate for many offices, also an activist for all Greek causes, often at the helm, while official Greek-American organizations stood by.
Alone, he picketed Boston racists, or the decision to give the Olympics to Atlanta.
His brothers, Leonard, Spiro
Phil Georges were actors and football stars, respectively.
His sister, at almost 90, is the organist for Holy Transfiguration in Lowell, recently receiving a special award by the Archdiocese as the longest organist still playing (over 65 years, continuously).
My mother, also from Vamvakou and Vassara, Laconia, lived though the war and the civil war. My husband, from Affission, Laconia, although born in 1953, also suffered the consequences of war, losing his brother at age 9 to an Italian hand grenade, and also himself suffering head trauma.
Our history has been paid for in blood ~ we must tell the truth.
Thank you for the work you do.
Kudos for your efforts; this is intelligently and interestingly presented.
Have just signed on.
Great job! Hope that this will stimulate a lot more interest in what Hellenic historical preservationists are trying to do.
You continue to amaze and inspire those of us of the
Keep up the great work!
Best wishes. This is an informative, useful site. Good work: valuable for many.
By the way, here is another site that may be of interest to your visitors: www.greece.org/themis/halki. It addresses some issues regarding the theological school, Halki.
Welcome! We need your input, we want to hear from you.
WELCOME ABOARD! Hope you find our site informative. Looking forward to your comments.
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