21 July 2018

New article by Miltiades Varvounis about History of Tourism. 

21 November 2017

The President of Poland Andrzej Duda paid an official visit to Greece (20-21 November) invited by Greek President Prokopios Pavlopoulos. During his visit, President Duda congratulated prominent members of Athens' Polish community, among them Miltiades Varvounis - for his relentless efforts to promote Poland and Polish civilization abroad. In an act of gratitude Varvounis gave a signed copy of his book Jan Sobieski: The King Who Saved Europe to the Polish president.

30 October 2017

Miltiades Varvounis has chosen 18 books that has changed his life. Check his list here (in Polish): resources/MILTIADES_VARVOUNIS_-_18_KSIAZKI.PDF 

2 August 2017

For Greek readers, the new article by Miltiades Varvounis about the mysterious origins of Christopher Columbus. Was he a Polish-Lithuanian prince? Or perhaps a Greek nobleman?

28 June 2017

Miltiades Varvounis' National Catholic Register interview has been translated in Danish: https://myislam.dk/articles/da/gress%20kriger-kongen-der-reddede-europa-fra-islam.php

20 April 2017

Read the latest interview of Miltiades Varvounis (Miltiades Varvounis: About Polishness and his new book), here (in Polish): http://www.polonorama.com/index.php/aktualnoci/wywiady/2929-miltiades-varvounis-o-swojej-nowej-ksiazce-ale-i-o-polskosci

11 January 2017

In early January 2017, Miltiades Varvounis visited the towns of Chojnice and Gdansk in Poland to promote his new book. 
Image: Miltiades Varvounis and his friend Alicja Ostrycharz. 

25 December 2016

Merry Christmas! And do not forget to order the new book of Miltiades Varvounis from Amazon and other bookstores, Made in Poland: The Women and Men Who Changed the World!

1 June 2016

Read the latest interview of Miltiades Varvounis by Carrie Gress (National Catholic Register): http://www.ncregister.com/blog/cgress/the-warrior-king-who-saved-europe-from-islam                                 

8 April 2016

Read the new article by Miltiades Varvounis on the legacy of Jan Sobieski (Issue 13 of The European Conservative). http://www.europeanrenewal.org/files/pdf/The_European_Conservative_13_2016_Winter-Spring.pdf

1 April 2016

For Polish readers, read the new article by Miltiades Varvounis about the mentality of Leftists: http://polonorama.com/index.php/rozmaitoci/wasze-artykuy/2230-jak-mysla-lewicowcy-miltiades-varvounis

31 January 2016

For Greek readers, the new article by Miltiades Varvounis about the Hedonism in the Ottoman world. Enjoy!

6 January 2016

A new article by Miltiades Varvounis about manor houses and castles in central Lithuania!

26 December  2015

A superb Xmas article by Miltiades Varvounis about Kara Mustafa Pasha, the Ottoman grand vizier who wanted to subdue the West in 1683. http://gatesofvienna.net/2015/12/kara-mustafa-the-greatest-threat-the-west-has-ever-faced/

14 November 2015

12 September 2015

You all know what happened on that day in 1683...(Miltiades Varvounis in the 'Sobieski Room' - Vatican Museums).

25 August 2015

An interesting link about a French fairytale chateau, owned by the wife of Jan Sobieski. http://www.intohistory.com/chateau-de-prye-nevers/ 

13 July 2015 

Read the new article by Miltiades Varvounis about the Roma in Lithuania (new issue - Jul/Aug - of Lithuanian Heritage)

24 June 2015

Read the interview of Miltiades Varvounis for Writers Alivehttp://2012writersalive.blogspot.gr/2015/06/miltiades-varvounis-and-jan-sobieski.html

8 June 2015

A link in Polish about the loss of the legendary Polish submarine ORP Orzel (8 June 1940). http://historykon.pl/8-czerwca-1940-roku-polski-okret-podwodny-orp-orzel-nie-powrocil-planowo-do-brytyjskiego-portu-po-czym-zostal-uznany-za-utracony/

6 May 2015

Polish presidential elections are coming soon. Read the interview (in Polish) of Miltiades Varvounis about why Pawel Kukiz is the best choice for the office. http://www.polonorama.com/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1794%3Am-varvounis-przyszo-z-kukizem-jest-przyszoci-dla-polski&catid=65%3Aspoeczno-polska-w-grecji&Itemid=600&lang=pl 

9 April 2015

The new article by Miltiades Varvounis (Visegrad Insight) about the historical development of Russia and why the Russian state has always been a threat against the West. Check this link: http://visegradinsight.eu/russia-a-threat-against-europe-forever01042015/

26 March 2015

A new article by Miltiades Varvounis about a Byzantine chronicler's description on medieval Lithuania. 

14 March 2015

Don't miss the new article by Miltiades Varvounis (in Greek) about the Albanian King Zog I! 

27 February 2015

Read the new article How Islam influenced Polish civilization by Miltiades Varvounishttp://visegradinsight.eu/sarmatism-and-polands-national-consciousness26022015/ 

10 February 2015

Discover the Ottoman scientific heritage!  http://www.muslimheritage.com/article/ottoman-contributions-science-and-technology

15 January 2015

Finally, a new timely article on Jan Sobieski's legacy by Miltiades Varvounis, the biographer of this great warrior-king. Remember, Je suis Jan Sobieski! http://visegradinsight.eu/coffee-croissants-and-the-halt-of-islam15012015/

17 December 2014

600 years of Polish-Turkish relations. http://culture.pl/en/event/600-years-of-turkish-polish-relations-in-istanbul 

28 November 2014

Read the new article by Miltiades Varvounis about the Lithuanian Baroque World at the new issue of the Lithuanian Heritage! http://www.draugasnews.org/Lithuanian_Heritage_Nov_Dec_2014_cover.jpg 

19 November 2014

Polish philosophy -  A quote by Jan Kochanowski. 

4 November 2014

Miltiades Varvounis and his beloved wife Saiva Ziogaite at the War Museum in Athens, after Varvounis' speech.  

30 October 2014

Miltiades Varvounis is waiting for you at the War Museum in Athens at 19:30, where he is going to give a speech about the Warsaw Uprising '44. 

12 October 2014

Fans of history have the chance to read a new text by Miltiades Varvounis about the importance of Polish Civilization. Check this link! https://www.academia.edu/8691716/WHY_IS_THE_POLISH_CIVILIZATION_IMPORTANT 

18 September 2014

Miltiades Varvounis welcomes fans of history to join his new fascinating Facebook group Turcograecia, which deals with the civilizations of Greece and Turkey. Join now!  

7 September 2014

Another good review for the book Jan Sobieski: The King Who Saved Europe, this time from the well known author Conrad Johnson. You can find his review at Goodreads and at this website: http://writersalive.com/

In addition, you can check his work at his Amazon's profile: http://www.amazon.com/Conrad-Johnson/e/B005GOX2Q4/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1410104664&sr=1-2-ent

4 September 2014

Promoting Hungarian history to the Greek readers. A new article by Miltiades Varvounis about the celebrated Corvinus Library. Enjoy! 

31 July 2014

Greek readers have the chance to read the latest review by Miltiades Varvounis on a book that deals with the foreign rule in Greece during 1944-1974. http://nblo.gs/YQwAx  

16 July 2014

Do not miss the new article by Miltiades Varvounis about the famous Polish poet Maciej Sarbiewski from the July-August issue of Lithuanian Heritage

9 June 2014

The FIFA World Cup 2014 begins in a few days! Miltiades Varvounis wishes the best for the Greek national team. Unfortunately, Poland did not make it to the finals. But let us refresh our memory about Poland's nicest goals in the previous FIFA World Cups. Enjoy!

8 May 2014

Miltiades Varvounis recommends fans of WWII and Greek history should read the following text:

Athens in the Second World War (Open group in Facebook)

A guided walking tour of Athenian sites relating to events of WWII and its immediate aftermath, the brief civil war in Athens, during December 1944 (Dekemvriana), given by expert Greek historians. 

Tours given in English, Polish or German. Minimum participation: 5 persons - Duration: 2 hours 

Further information and bookings by e-mail (athens.historians@gmail.com)

30 April 2014

A quote of Miltiades varvounis about Poland.

'Not everyone knows Poland's cultural achievements. However, it is impossible to imagine the world without Polish civilization, without Polish arts, science, liberalism, religious tolerance, music, and literature.' (Miltiades Varvounis)

26 April 2014

Miltiades Varvounis wants to thank the travel company JTB Greece Ltd., one of her employees - Sylwia Koleusz, and the Greek-Polish Association Egida for the chance to win a free 2-night stay (22-24 April) in the wonderful Hotel Arion at the "Center of the Earth", Delphi. For more information check the following sites: http://www.jtb.gr/en/about-us and http://www.ariondelphihotel.com/

4 April 2014

Don't miss Manuel Rosa's lecture!

27 March 2014

In the new issue (March-April) of Lithuanian Heritage, readers can read the new article by Miltiades Varvounis about the Lithuanian Tatars and Karaims. 

17 March 2014

Crimea has become a part of Russia. So, is secession the answer for some enthic groups? Find out here: https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/secession-answer-case-catalonia-flanders-scotland/ 

7 March 2014

Invited by the Hungarian Embassy of Athens, Miltiades Varvounis went yesterday to the piano recital performed by Junior Prima Primissima award winner Hungarian pianist Janos Balazs. It was a wonderful evening and Varvounis had also the chance to talk with Hungarian and Polish persons of letters and art. In the photo: Mr. Janos Balazs  

27 February 2014

Please check out a new blog about the fascinating Polish and Ottoman worlds: http://poloniaottomanica.blogspot.com.tr/

2 February 2014

Great news for Lithuanian readers! Manuel Rosa's book about the Polish-Lithuanian origins of Columbus has been translated into Lithuanian! For those who want to read this fascinating theory by the expert on the subject, Manuel Rosa, you can pre-order the book  Kolumbas - Atskleistoji istorija  from this link: http://kolumbas-rosa.blogspot.gr/2014/01/pre-order-book-kolumbas-atskleistoji.html  

24 January 2014

In the last issue of Moj Lask readers can read the memories by Miltiades Varvounis about his beloved Polish grandparents.  

13 January 2014

Fans of literature should read the new book Blood Profits - The Lithium Conspiracy by J. Victor Tomaszek and Jim Patrick! Their work is about the wars being fought today and why countries commit young people to fight such wars for reasons other than a moral compass. For more information check this link: http://www.bloodprofits.com/ 

11 January 2014

Those who are interested in maps and geography, they should definitely check Andrew Kapochunas' great website Lithuanian Maps. There, you will find everything you need to know about Lithuanian Cartography. http://www.lithuanianmaps.com/ 

14 December 2013

The latest article by Miltiades Varvounis about Lithuanian Cartography for the new issue of Lithuanian Heritage. In the background of the image you can see the famous Radziwill map of Lithuania (1613).  

4 December 2013

Greek readers can check Varvounis' latest book review at the most popular Greek webpage about history of Greece: http://networkedblogs.com/Rgr1m 

29 November 2013

Miltiades Varvounis in Budapest! Forget Paris or Barcelona! Don't miss the opportunity to visit this unique metropolis!

28 November 2013

Don't miss the new article by Miltiades Varvounis for the most popular historical magazine in Greece about the Polish Golden Age (16th century)! 

9 November 2013

A new article by Miltiades Varvounis (in Polish) published in Historykon. It is about the greatest adventurer of the 16th century, Jacob Basilicus, Greek ruler of Moldova during 1561-1563! http://historykon.pl/jakub-basilicus-wielki-awanturnik-i-wladca-moldawii-1561-1563/

4 November 2013

Greek readers: Don't miss the latest issue of Istoria Eikonografimeni, which has one article written by Miltiades Varvounis about the great Polish WWII hero - Jerzy Iwanow Szajnowicz. 

31 October 2013

Image: Miltiades Varvounis in the conference in Athens about the 330th anniversary of the Battle of Vienna

12 September 2013

Read the latest interview of Miltiades Varvounis (in Polish and in Greek) at Polonorama about the 330th anniversary of the Battle of Vienna 1683. http://www.polonorama.com/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1531%3Amiltiades-varvounis-330rocznica-bitwy-pod-wiedniem&catid=65%3Aspoeczno-polska-w-grecji&Itemid=600&lang=pl 

11 September 2013

A new article by Miltiades Varvounis about the Battle of Vienna 1683 has appeared in Gazeta Polska, one of the most popular newspapers in Poland. Check the link here: http://www.gazetapolska.pl/29315-venimus-vidimus-deus-vincit 

6 September 2013

Greek readers should not miss to read the latest article by Miltiades Varvounis in Istoria Eikonografimeni about the bloody civil war in Samos island (1947-49).  

27 July 2013

Miltiades Varvounis took part in the promotion of Saski 2018 project (to rebuild the Saski Palace in Warsaw which was destroyed by the Germans in WWII). Also present in the image are representatives from the Polonia community of Athens. For further information check this link: http://saski2018.pl/ 

30 June 2013

Read the new article by Miltiades Varvounis on Memnon of Rhodes, rival of Alexander the Great, at Historykon - a new and promising Polish historical website: http://historykon.pl/memnon-z-rodos-najbardziej-niebezpieczny-przeciwnik-aleksandra-wielkiego/  

28 June 2013

You can read a review for Varvounis' book Jan Sobieski: The King Who Saved Europe in Narod Polski/Polish Nation's link:  http://www.prcua.org/narodpolski/_NarodPolskiDigitalSubscriber/narodDSRelease.pdf

10 June 2013

The Lithuania Tribune has a detailed article about Manuel Rosa's theory on Columbus's Lithuanian origins. Miltiades Varvounis' name is mentioned in the last paragraphs of the article. Enjoy! http://www.lithuaniatribune.com/31724/christopher-columbuss-true-identity-unmasked-a-lithuanian-prince-201331724/

4 June 2013

New Jan Sobieski: The King Who Saved Europe review by James Barasch, Tufts University! http://tufts.uloop.com/news/view.php/85043/jan-sobieski-the-king-who-saved-europe-a-book-review

15 May 2013

You can read Varvounis' review on Jim Tomaszek's fascinating novel The Tatra Eagle at the official website of Rounfire Books, an imprint of John Hunt Publishing. Check the link here: http://www.roundfire-books.com/books/tatra-eagle-the

8 May 2013

Greek readers shoud be aware of the new article by Dr. Nicolaos Nicoloudis on Archbishop Leonardos of Chios and his account about the Fall of Constantinople 1453, available on the latest issue of the magazine Istoria Eikonografimeni.  

11 March 2013

Read Varvounis' review (in Greek) on Albrecht Berger's latest book about Constantinople at this link: http://www.istorikathemata.com/2013/03/Albrecht-Berger-Constantinople-history-topography-relijion.html 

4 March 2013

Polish Times has a positive review for Varvounis' book on Jan Sobieski. You can check it here: http://www.mypolishtimes.com/index.php/news/1073-jan-sobieski-the-king-who-saved-europe-44-2012 

22 February 2013

The latest issue of Lithuanian Heritage magazine has an article by Miltiades Varvounis entitled: Was Columbus a Lithuanian Prince? as well as an interview with the pioneer of this fascinating theory, Manuel Rosa. You can follow his activities on his website http://christo-colon.blogspot.gr/. Polish readers can find out more about Rosa's findings on the discoverer's real identity here: (in Polish) http://kolumbhn.blogspot.gr/ 

16 February 2013

Polish readers have the chance to read an interview of Miltiades Varvounis in Polonia Christiana magazine (November-December 2012 issue). 

28 December 2012

Manuel Rosa, a Portuguese-American historian, has written three books revealing new details about Columbus remarkable life under a secret identity. We highly recommend his Blog Columbus Who? to find out the real identity of the discoverer of America.  http://christo-colon.blogspot.gr/

17 December 2012

Lithuanian readers can check Varvounis' article about Zygmunt Mineyko (it was published recently in Lithuanian Heritage) at the website of Lituanikos Skyrius (Lituanica Department). http://blog.lnb.lt/lituanikosskyrius/2012/11/27/lietuviskasis-grafas-montekristas-zigmantas-mineika/?lang=en 

30 November 2012

At last! A movie about the first WWII battle, Tajemnica Westerplatte (The Secret of Westerplatte)! Coming soon!!! 

06 October 2012

Polish and Greek readers can read Varvounis' interview at Polonorama about the Battle of Vienna and the new upcoming movie regarding this famous battle. http://www.polonorama.com/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1117%3Amiltiades-varvounis-bitwa-pod-wiedniem&catid=65%3Aspoeczno-polska-w-grecji&Itemid=600&lang=pl&fb_source=message

4 September 2012

Polish and Greek readers will have a chance to read Varvounis' short biography on Janusz Korczak, in Greek and Polish languages http://www.polonorama.com/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1002:janusz-korczak-&catid=49:poznaj-sawnych-polakow&Itemid=559&lang=el. 

5 July 2012

Miltiades Varvounis has been interviewed by Dziennik Lodzki, a Polish prominent newspaper with a wide circulation across Poland. 

28 March 2012

Few days ago, a new book  in Greek was published under the title The Peloponnese in the Late Middle Ages. Written by my mentor and Greece's foremost expert on Byzantine history, Dr Nicolaos Nicoloudis, this outstanding work will take you back in the turbulent medieval past of the Morea (Peloponnese). Dr Nicoloudis's book is available on this online bookstore: http://www.biblionet.gr/main.asp?page=showbook&bookid=174655 

24 March 2012

Miltiades Varvounis with the famous Greek actress and director Marianna Kastania (on the left) and the make-up artist Foteini Efetzi (on the right).