The Greek genocide: lecture
A lecture on The Greek Genocide, through the English speaking media: a timeline of events has been organised for tonight
A lecture on The Greek Genocide, through the English speaking media: a timeline of events has been organised for tonight.
The event, which will be held as a joint presentation between the Pontiaki Estia Melbourne and Pontoxeniteas Sydney under the auspices of the Federation of Pontian Associations of Australia, will cover the story of the millions of Greeks who perished in one of the first genocides of the 20th century.
Presenting at the lecture will be Dr George Papadopoulos and Aris Tsilfidis.
The lecture / workshop The Greek Genocide, will take place at the Pontiaki Estia, level 2, 540 Sydney Road, Brunswick on Friday 25 May at 7:00 pm. For more information contact Nick Krikelis 0424 320 106.
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