By Dimitris Keridis
Situated at the southern-most tip of the Balkan peninsula in Europe's southeast, Greece is a small state of a few eleven million humans. And whereas few humans have an extended heritage than the Greeks, glossy Greece is a reasonably younger kingdom, having been based in 1830. Greece has come a ways on the grounds that then; it's been a consumer nation, first of england after which of the us, for far of its sleek life yet now it has secured an equivalent position on the best tables of NATO and the ecu. The historic Dictionary of contemporary Greece explores the trendy heritage of this state via a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, and hundreds and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on vital folks, locations, occasions, and associations, in addition to on major political, monetary, social, and cultural facets.
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