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The Battle Was Maintained With Unabated Fury For Above Four Hours, c1895, (1902) Featured Image

The Battle Was Maintained With Unabated Fury For Above Four Hours, c1895, (1902)

The Battle Was Maintained With Unabated Fury For Above Four Hours, c1895, (1902). The Battle of Navarino was fought on 20 October 1827, during the Greek War of Independence (1821-1829) in Navarino Bay, western Greece (near the Ionian Sea). A combined Ottoman and Egyptian armada was destroyed by a combined British, French and Russian naval force, at the port of Navarino. It is notable for being the last large-scale fleet action in history between sailing ships. From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. I. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1902]

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A Greek Cyclopean bridge
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A Greek Cyclopean bridge
Otto I, King of Greece, landing in Nauplia, 6 February 1833 (1900) Featured Image

Otto I, King of Greece, landing in Nauplia, 6 February 1833 (1900)

Otto I, King of Greece, landing in Nauplia, 6 February 1833 (1900). The son of King Ludwig I of Bavaria, Otto I (1815-1867) became the first modern King of Greece after the Convention of London established Greece as an independent kingdom in 1832. He arrived in the country, accompanied by Bavarian advisors and 3500 soldiers, on 6 February 1833. His reign lasted until he was ousted by a coup in 1862 and returned to Bavaria

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