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STATISTA MACEDONIA The Spirit of Hellenism

Siotas, James C.

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ISBN 10: 1571972218 / ISBN 13: 9781571972217
Published by Pentland Press, 2000, 2000
Used Soft cover
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Title: STATISTA MACEDONIA The Spirit of Hellenism

Publisher: Pentland Press, 2000

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Soft cover

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In his historical gem Siatista-Macedonia: The Spirit of Hellenism, James Siotas takes a walk through a monumental epoch of Greek culture. Based on his own research, his text revolutionizes our understanding of Hellenism and its surrounding conditions existing in the Balkans for up to 300 years. Siotas delves deep into the persona and the culture that surrounds Hellenism, including Kapodistzias, the first Governor of Free Greece, and his urging the Czar of Russia to work for a system of government for the Balkans similar to our own US Democracy. Such circumstances, he claims, had they differed, could have altered the path for Balkan tensions today.

James Siotas has published a novel, Siatista-Macedonia, which shines new light on this dark spot in Hellenic culture, providing an account of an extraordinary time in world history. In this authentic work, Siotas describes Siatista’s virtues and traditions, researched and presented through valuable historical detail, which delineate how the spirit of Hellenism and its conclusive circumstances have affected culture to date.

The author prides himself on the well-substantiated basis of his life work Siatista-Macedonia, which provides readers from all cultural backgrounds true candor and validity on a topic that remains in the news headlines of today.

About the Author:

James C. Siotas lived for a number of years in the Elmira and central New York state area upon emigration from Siatista, where he had been self-employed in the retail fur business. Later he returned to Greece and was employed by the US Government. Siotas now releases this innovative work of literature as a resident of Athens, Greece.

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