White (Greek-) Australian Cultural Memorry and the Visionary Appropriation of History

Toula Nicolacopoulos, George Vassilacopoulos:

Abstract


In the twentieth century, the organised Greek-Australian communities appropriated the cultural memory, and in particular the political traditions, of modern Greece in terms of two distinct trajectories. One began with the formation of the first Greek Orthodox Community (GOC) organisation in 1897.

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