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The Greek Civil War
Transcript of The Greek Civil War
The Greek Civil War was fought from 1946 to 1949 between the Greek government army—backed by the United Kingdom and the United States and the Democratic Army of Greece.
Greek and Roman historians
Greek woman chanting in lament
The Greek Civil War
Number one most asked question why did the Greek Civil War start?
This started all because the communists and monarchy wanted citizens from Greece and both wanted government power.
This map shows the strongholds of the communist democratic.
Hard to see but...
Civil war replica currency set of 3 civil war stars and bars.
So the next few slides I will be showing you some pictures that I discovered
Date Facts POV of Historians
It was a war that saw many "firsts." The long list of Civil War firsts include America’s first income tax, the first battle between ironclad ships, the first extensive use of black soldiers and sailors in U.S. service.
During the Civil War, women took on new roles, including running farms and plantations and spying; some disguised themselves as men and fought in battle. All of the nation’s ethnic groups participated in the war, including Irish, Germans, American Indians, Jews, Chinese, Hispanics, etc.
Civil War Milestone
Naval Battles Of the Civil War
March 9, 1862.
Most naval actions occurred on rivers and inlets or in harbors, and include history’s first clash between two ironclads, the USS Monitor and CSS Virginia at Hampton Roads, Virginia. Other actions include the Battle of Memphis. The most famous clash between ocean-going warships was the duel. Throughout the war, the Union had a decided advantage in both numbers and quality of naval vessels.
Other actions include the Battle of Memphis, Charleston Harbor, and Mobile Bay, and the naval sieges of Vicksburg inand. The most famous clash between ocean-going warships was the duel between USS Kearsarge and CSS Alabama off Cherbourg, France, June 19, 1864.
The American Civil War, 1861–1865, resulted from long-standing sectional differences and questions not fully resolved when the United States Constitution was ratified in 1789.
A SMALL Summary of a BIG Greek Civil war
viewer discretion is advised; teenagers from high school made this greek civil war
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