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Diana Mishkova
Marius Turda
Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter V. The Anti-modernist Revolution

Ioannis Metaxas: Speech on the occasion of the inauguration of public works

Traduction de Mary Kitroeff

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Title: Λόγος κατά τα εγκαίνια των έργων του Σελινούντος Αιγιαλείας

(Speech on the occasion of the inauguration of the public works at Selinous, Egialia)

Originally published: Delivered at Selinous on 31 October 1937.

Language: Greek

The excerpts used are from Ioannis Metaxas, Λόγοι και Ομιλίες (Athens: Ερμής, 1992), pp. 247–255.

About the author

Ioannis Metaxas [1871, Ithaca (Ionian Islands)–1941, Athens]: military officer and politician. He was born into a well-known aristocratic family. In 1890, he graduated from the Military Academy as a lieutenant of the Corps of Engineers. Between 1899 and 1903, he continued his studies at the Military Academy of Berlin. He participated in several military and diplomatic missions, the most important being the Greek delegation to the London conference in 1913. In 1915, he was appointed Head of the General Staff, but very soon had to resign, due to his support for the King during the latter’s confrontation with Prime Minister Eleftherios Venizelos, kno...

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