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Thessaloniki 4 Provlemata

By Papagiannopoulou, Apostolou

Thessalonike, 1975. 1975 Europaiko eton Architechtonikos Klironomias. [1] Demographiko provlema [ 2] Poleodomiko provlema [3] Historikos choroa [4] Physiko perivallon. 24p. illus.[ WorldCat lists NO copies in the USA]. 1st Greek Edition. Softcover. Very Good.

$25.00

Jewish Sites in Thessaloniki, Brief History and Guide

By Molho, Rena & Hastaoglou-Martinidi, Vilma

Athens: Lycabettus Press, 2009. (New - will be sent to you direct from the publisher in Greece) "Thessaloniki has long been considered Greece's foremost multi-cultural city because for many centuries its history has been marked by the peaceful co-existence of Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Between 1492, in fact, and 1912 the Jewish community was the largest of all ethnic communities living here. This thriving community set the tone of Ottoman Thessaloniki, making it known as the most famous Jewish city in the world, widely referred to as the Jerusalem of the Balkans. Visitors now coming for the first time to Thessaloniki encounter a basically Byzantine city because historical events, such as the devastating fire that destroyed most of the Jewish monuments in 1917 and the annihilation of the Jewish community during the German occupation, erased the city's Jewish character. Reconstruction after the end of World War II, which reached its peak in the 1960s, made the few remaining traces of the two thousand year Jewish presence in the Macedonian capital even less evident. This informative, small book provides a clear image of the community's long, vibrant history; has short biographies of a few of the community's leading members; and describes (with pictures) the major remaining buildings members of the community constructed. It enables foreign and local visitors to discover, even in part, the surviving traces of the Jewish and multi-cultural nature of Thessaloniki." Paperback, 90 pages, 3 maps, 35 color photographs, bibliography, index . 1st Greek Ed.. Softcover. New Book from Greece.

$30.00

Jewish Sites in Thessaloniki, Brief History and Guide

By Molho, Rena & Hastaoglou-Martinidi, Vilma

Athens: Lycabettus Press, 2009. (New - will be sent to you direct from the publisher in Greece) "Thessaloniki has long been considered Greece's foremost multi-cultural city because for many centuries its history has been marked by the peaceful co-existence of Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Between 1492, in fact, and 1912 the Jewish community was the largest of all ethnic communities living here. This thriving community set the tone of Ottoman Thessaloniki, making it known as the most famous Jewish city in the world, widely referred to as the Jerusalem of the Balkans. Visitors now coming for the first time to Thessaloniki encounter a basically Byzantine city because historical events, such as the devastating fire that destroyed most of the Jewish monuments in 1917 and the annihilation of the Jewish community during the German occupation, erased the city's Jewish character. Reconstruction after the end of World War II, which reached its peak in the 1960s, made the few remaining traces of the two thousand year Jewish presence in the Macedonian capital even less evident. This informative, small book provides a clear image of the community's long, vibrant history; has short biographies of a few of the community's leading members; and describes (with pictures) the major remaining buildings members of the community constructed. It enables foreign and local visitors to discover, even in part, the surviving traces of the Jewish and multi-cultural nature of Thessaloniki." Paperback, 90 pages, 3 maps, 35 color photographs, bibliography, index . 1st Greek Ed.. Softcover. New Book from Greece.

$30.00

Jüdische Orte in Thessaloniki, Ein historischer Rundgang, / Jewish Sites in Thessaloniki, Brief History and Guide [IN GERMAN]

By Molho, Rena & Hastaoglou-Martinidi, Vilma

Athens: Lycabettus Press, 2009. (New - This is the German language editoin of this book and it will be will be sent to you direct from the publisher in Greece) "Thessaloniki has long been considered Greece's foremost multi-cultural city because for many centuries its history has been marked by the peaceful co-existence of Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Between 1492, in fact, and 1912 the Jewish community was the largest of all ethnic communities living here. This thriving community set the tone of Ottoman Thessaloniki, making it known as the most famous Jewish city in the world, widely referred to as the Jerusalem of the Balkans. Visitors now coming for the first time to Thessaloniki encounter a basically Byzantine city because historical events, such as the devastating fire that destroyed most of the Jewish monuments in 1917 and the annihilation of the Jewish community during the German occupation, erased the city's Jewish character. Reconstruction after the end of World War II, which reached its peak in the 1960s, made the few remaining traces of the two thousand year Jewish presence in the Macedonian capital even less evident. This informative, small book provides a clear image of the community's long, vibrant history; has short biographies of a few of the community's leading members; and describes (with pictures) the major remaining buildings members of the community constructed. It enables foreign and local visitors to discover, even in part, the surviving traces of the Jewish and multi-cultural nature of Thessaloniki." Paperback, 90 pages, 3 maps, 35 color photographs, bibliography, index . 1st Greek Ed.. Softcover. New Book from Greece.

$30.00

Jüdische Orte in Thessaloniki, Ein historischer Rundgang, / Jewish Sites in Thessaloniki, Brief History and Guide [IN GERMAN]

By Molho, Rena & Hastaoglou-Martinidi, Vilma

Athens: Lycabettus Press, 2009. (New - This is the German language editoin of this book and it will be will be sent to you direct from the publisher in Greece) "Thessaloniki has long been considered Greece's foremost multi-cultural city because for many centuries its history has been marked by the peaceful co-existence of Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Between 1492, in fact, and 1912 the Jewish community was the largest of all ethnic communities living here. This thriving community set the tone of Ottoman Thessaloniki, making it known as the most famous Jewish city in the world, widely referred to as the Jerusalem of the Balkans. Visitors now coming for the first time to Thessaloniki encounter a basically Byzantine city because historical events, such as the devastating fire that destroyed most of the Jewish monuments in 1917 and the annihilation of the Jewish community during the German occupation, erased the city's Jewish character. Reconstruction after the end of World War II, which reached its peak in the 1960s, made the few remaining traces of the two thousand year Jewish presence in the Macedonian capital even less evident. This informative, small book provides a clear image of the community's long, vibrant history; has short biographies of a few of the community's leading members; and describes (with pictures) the major remaining buildings members of the community constructed. It enables foreign and local visitors to discover, even in part, the surviving traces of the Jewish and multi-cultural nature of Thessaloniki." Paperback, 90 pages, 3 maps, 35 color photographs, bibliography, index . 1st Greek Ed.. Softcover. New Book from Greece.

$30.00

Historia kai Axiotheata ton Hebraion sti Thessaloniki / Jewish Sites in Thessaloniki, Brief History and Guide [IN GREEK]

By Molho, Rena & Hastaoglou-Martinidi, Vilma

Athens: Lycabettus Press, 2009. (New - This is the Greek language editoin of this book and it will be will be sent to you direct from the publisher in Greece) "Thessaloniki has long been considered Greece's foremost multi-cultural city because for many centuries its history has been marked by the peaceful co-existence of Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Between 1492, in fact, and 1912 the Jewish community was the largest of all ethnic communities living here. This thriving community set the tone of Ottoman Thessaloniki, making it known as the most famous Jewish city in the world, widely referred to as the Jerusalem of the Balkans. Visitors now coming for the first time to Thessaloniki encounter a basically Byzantine city because historical events, such as the devastating fire that destroyed most of the Jewish monuments in 1917 and the annihilation of the Jewish community during the German occupation, erased the city's Jewish character. Reconstruction after the end of World War II, which reached its peak in the 1960s, made the few remaining traces of the two thousand year Jewish presence in the Macedonian capital even less evident. This informative, small book provides a clear image of the community's long, vibrant history; has short biographies of a few of the community's leading members; and describes (with pictures) the major remaining buildings members of the community constructed. It enables foreign and local visitors to discover, even in part, the surviving traces of the Jewish and multi-cultural nature of Thessaloniki." Paperback, 90 pages, 3 maps, 35 color photographs, bibliography, index . 1st Greek Ed.. Softcover. New Book from Greece.

$30.00

Historia kai Axiotheata ton Hebraion sti Thessaloniki / Jewish Sites in Thessaloniki, Brief History and Guide [IN GREEK]

By Molho, Rena & Hastaoglou-Martinidi, Vilma

Athens: Lycabettus Press, 2009. (New - This is the Greek language editoin of this book and it will be will be sent to you direct from the publisher in Greece) "Thessaloniki has long been considered Greece's foremost multi-cultural city because for many centuries its history has been marked by the peaceful co-existence of Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Between 1492, in fact, and 1912 the Jewish community was the largest of all ethnic communities living here. This thriving community set the tone of Ottoman Thessaloniki, making it known as the most famous Jewish city in the world, widely referred to as the Jerusalem of the Balkans. Visitors now coming for the first time to Thessaloniki encounter a basically Byzantine city because historical events, such as the devastating fire that destroyed most of the Jewish monuments in 1917 and the annihilation of the Jewish community during the German occupation, erased the city's Jewish character. Reconstruction after the end of World War II, which reached its peak in the 1960s, made the few remaining traces of the two thousand year Jewish presence in the Macedonian capital even less evident. This informative, small book provides a clear image of the community's long, vibrant history; has short biographies of a few of the community's leading members; and describes (with pictures) the major remaining buildings members of the community constructed. It enables foreign and local visitors to discover, even in part, the surviving traces of the Jewish and multi-cultural nature of Thessaloniki." Paperback, 90 pages, 3 maps, 35 color photographs, bibliography, index . 1st Greek Ed.. Softcover. New Book from Greece.

$30.00

The American Farm School of Thessaloniki: A family album = He Amerikanike Georgike Schole Thessalonikes : mia historia se Photographies

By Draper, Charlotte Whitney

Thessaloniki: American Farm School, 1994. The The American Farm School was estabished By John Henry House in 1902 . This book vividly illustrates with contemporary photographs its development and successes despiite the disruptions of two World Wars and a Civil War. Parallel text in English and Greek. 153p. illus . Signed by author on title page . Signed by Author. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good.

$40.00

He Anastelose ton Byzantinon kai Metabyzantinon Mnemeion ste Thessalonike : kthese anastelotikon ergasion, 30 Noembriou - 31 Dekembriou 1985

By Theocharidou-Tsaprale, K & Mauropouou-Tsiume, Chrysanthe

Athens: Archaeological Receipts Fund, 1985. Detailed plans , diagrams and photographs of Byzantine monuments in Thessaloniki .175p. Illus ( B & W). 1st Greek Ed.. French Wraps. Near Fine.

$75.00

Cities and Men - An autobiography. Volume One : The First Thirty Years 1884-1914

By Luke, Harry

London: Geoffrey Bles, 1953. Charming and literate biography of Sir Harry Luke, diplomat and author, includes his early experiences in Cyprus (pp 140-146, 209-230) His visits to Greece (pp123-126) , Mount Athos (pp 123-133) Ottoman Salonika (pp126-128) and many other fascinating places. 252p. plates index. 1st UK Edition. Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket.

$45.00

Monuments of Thessaloniki

By Papagiannopoulos, Apostolos

Thessaloniki: Rekos, 1983. Interesting survey of the city walls, churches,mosques and other monuments from ancient time to the 19th. Century. Well illustrated in colour. 139p.illus (col.) bibliography.index. . First Thus. Soft Cover. Near Fine.

$22.50

Thessalonike Museum : A New Guide to the Archaeological Treasures

By Andronicos,Manolis (Andronikos]

Athens: Ekdotike Athenon, 1983. Illustrated guide to the art and archeology of Macedonia Pbk. 48p.plates (col.) Condition : Good. Printer Wrapper. Very Good.

$5.00

Greece 1982

By National Tourist Organization of Greece (NTOG / EOT)

Athens: NTOG, 1981. Book about Greece for tourists issued annually by the NTOG - beautifully illustrated with maps and travel information.. 1st Greek Edition. Printer Wrapper. Very Good.

$12.00

Macedonia Through the Centuries.

By Mitsakis, M

Thessaloniki: Institute for Balkan Studies., 1973. Short outline of the history of Greek Macedonia. Pbk.60p. Bibliography. Condition : Good.. Soft Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$25.00

The Salonika Bay Murder
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The Salonika Bay Murder

By Keeley,Edmund

Princeton, NJ: Princeton U.P., 1989. Politics and strange events surrounding the murder of the American journalist George Polk in Thessaloniki ,1948.395p. plates/bibliography.index. 1st.US Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

$20.00

The Polk Conspiracy : Murder and Cover-up in the Case of CBS News Correspondent George Polk
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The Polk Conspiracy : Murder and Cover-up in the Case of CBS News Correspondent George Polk

By Marton, Kati

New York: Farrar,Strauss & Giroux, 1990. "Kati Marton's report on the savage and mysterious murder of George Polk is in the great journalistic tradition of her subject." 369p. plates.bibliography.index. 1st.US Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

$20.00

Greece 1981

By National Tourist Organization of Greece (NTOG / EOT)

Athens: NTOG, 1980. Book about Greece for tourists issued annually by the NTOG - beautifully illustrated with maps and travel information.Includes the Vergina treasures from the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki (pp152-191) . 1st Greek Edition. Printer Wrapper. Very Good.

$12.00

The Salonika Bay Murder
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The Salonika Bay Murder

By Keeley,Edmund

Princeton, NJ: Princeton U.P., 1989. Politics and strange events surrounding the murder of the American journalist George Polk in Thessaloniki ,1948.395p. plates/bibliography.index. 1st.US Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

$20.00

The Polk Conspiracy : Murder and Cover-up in the Case of CBS News Correspondent George Polk
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The Polk Conspiracy : Murder and Cover-up in the Case of CBS News Correspondent George Polk

By Marton, Kati

New York: Farrar,Strauss & Giroux, 1990. "Kati Marton's report on the savage and mysterious murder of George Polk is in the great journalistic tradition of her subject." 369p. plates.bibliography.index (spine faded) . 1st.US Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$10.00

The Polk Conspiracy : Murder and Cover-up in the Case of CBS News Correspondent George Polk
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The Polk Conspiracy : Murder and Cover-up in the Case of CBS News Correspondent George Polk

By Marton, Kati

New York: Farrar,Strauss & Giroux, 1990. "Kati Marton's report on the savage and mysterious murder of George Polk is in the great journalistic tradition of her subject." 369p. plates.bibliography.index. 1st.US Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

$20.00

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