The Fishing village

The Fishing village : O Karavos

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PrologueThe book is about real events that have taken place over the last hundred years.It describes real events. For the lives of some people and a father, a simple fighter of Nikos Karozis whose life was affected by global social unrest, beginning with the economic recession in America in 1930.World War II that lasted from 1939 to 1945. The Greek Civil War that lasted from 1945 onwards. The events of the Polytechnic in Greece in 1973.The author Giannis Karozis really lived and testifies to most of the events. The rest were narrated by Nikos Karozis and Theodosis Tsagatzonis.Nikos Karozis' struggle for survival and the adverse conditions he faced in realizing the dreams that give interest to life, reflect his power and his true inner world, the world of his soul.The bottom line is not to give in to despair but to try and work, set desirable goals and keep dreaming about life.Table of ContentsTable of contents .......... 3Thanks ................. 8Dedication .................... 9Foreword ..................... 10Introduction .................. 12Part I - The Need for SurvivalChapter one:1. Psarochori ......................... 21 Karavos and the Amfiliki.2. The first period ............................ 263. The difficult years....................... 284. 3a. Holy Sunday, 1973 Song: Rena Koumioti, Lyrics: Costas Virvos Music: Mimis Plessas ......................... 30Part II - World War IIChapter two:1. Important facts World War II .................. 322. War and Recognition.... ....................453. The allied troops in North Africa and the glorious participation of the Greek Forces in its battles El Alamein and Rimini ....................................... 494. The Battle of El Alamein .....................515. The Navy movement .. ....................636. The Divine Luck................ 557. The Battle of Rimini ....................... 57Part III - Liberation and the Civil WarChapter three:1. The Liberation........................... 702. From the Navy to the construction of the Hellenic Airport... .....................723. The Assistance of Reconciliationduring the civil war. The return to hometown. .................................. 654. Work and villagers .......................685. The Civil War, the sea and the joys of life ................................. 696. Carefree Years ............................71Chapter four:1. My Neighborhood and Father's house ....................... 762. The 1950s and 1960s.................... 803. Friends, classmates, cousins...........834. Representation in school... .............85Chapter Five:1. Life in the Village ..........................882. Pleasant - unpleasant days........... 90Part IV - The Postwar PeriodChapter six:1. Athens, the great capital.................962. Life in Athens its events Polytechnic ......... ............. 99 2a. Zavarakatranemia Singer: Nikos Xylouris ............ 1023. The sequel after the tanks ............ 107 4. In the years of military rule of Colonels ............... 1125. The events in Cyprus and the removal of the military by the government. ................... 1166. Work and specialization............... 120 7. Sergeant in Engineering and Engineering in Crete ................................. 122 8. Civil engineer and hotelier manufacturer in Crete .............1249 The end of Nikos Karozis... .............1329a. The Ascetic Weight (poem)......... 143 Part V - Manufacturer in GreeceChapter seven:1. Builder of building projects............ 1552. Karavos, year 2020 .................... 169Chapter eight:1. Back cover book description ............... 171Chapter nine: 1, Information for the authorGlossarioBrief CV ...................
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Product details

  • Paperback | 182 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 11mm | 272g
  • English
  • 9798666014134