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Diana Mishkova
Marius Turda
Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter III. In Search of a National Ontology

Ion Dragoumis: Hellenic civilization

Traduction de Mary Kitroeff

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Title: Ελληνικός Πολιτισμός (Hellenic civilization)

Originally published: In the review Γράμματα (Letters), Alexandria, 1914.

Language: Greek

Τhe excerpts used are from Ionos Dragoumi, Έργα (Athina, 1917), pp. 231–235.

About the author

Ion Dragoumis (known also by his penname Idas) [1878, Athens–1920, Athens]: politician, diplomat, and writer. He was born to a prominent family; his father Stefanos was the head of the last government before Eleftherios Venizelos took over in 1910. His sister was married to Pavlos Melas, a Greek military officer involved in the inter-ethnic clashes in Ottoman Macedonia at the beginning of the 20th century. After completing secondary education, Dragoumis studied law in Athens. He then took part in the ill-fated 1897 war. In 1899, he started his career as a diplomat. Starting from 1902, he was appointed at several consulates in Ottoman Macedonia and Thrace, where he actively participated in the struggle against Bulgarian and Slavic Macedonian armed groups. I...

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