Author: Jacqueline Paizis, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 336, Publisher:, ISBN: 9780244967635

The Cleaner of Kastoria enters the past and present of Dina, a young village girl whose wild decision sets her on an unforgetable odyssey through the horrors and tragedy of the Greek civil war. Leading her Democratic Army unit of girls through icy rivers and bloody battles she is haunted by memories of her young husband. Dina still guards her dark secrets in the aftermath of the Colonels' dictatorship of 1974. As a housecleaner Dina faces her final challenge from Vassiliki the monarchist

Author: Stylianos M. Pelekanidēs, Genre: Church buildings, Total Page: 119, Publisher: , ISBN: UOM:39015014084696

Author: David Willett, Genre: Greece, Total Page: 747, Publisher: Lonely Planet, ISBN: 0864425279

This guide covers sites on and off the beaten track and contains extensive choices for places to stay and eat, detailed background on history, culture, art, and mythology and a handy language guide. There is comprehensive coverage of ancient sites as well as recommendations for outdoor activities ranging from skiing Mt. Parnassos to water sports off Lefkada. 16-page full-color section on art and architecture. 130 maps. 18-page color insert.

Author: George McDonald, Genre: Greece, Total Page: 536, Publisher: Prentice Hall, ISBN: 013365107X

Author: Jason C Mavrovitis, Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Total Page: 266, Publisher:, ISBN: 9781365890161

In "Out of the Balkans," family and ancestors spring alive from the pages in images and language. It contains a wealth of information about Greek colonies of the Diaspora, and the lives of early twentieth century Greek immigrants to the United States. Rarely does a well-researched and finely written account like this surface. Researchers with Greek-speaking ancestors from Bulgarian Greek colonies or Macedonia, areas whose histories are filled with conflict and struggle during this last century, will find this superb text especially helpful. Because genealogical resources (in English or Greek) for research in Hellenic ancestry are so sparse, finding extensive background information about Greek-speaking peoples from northern areas of the Balkans, particularly Bulgaria, is invaluable.

Author: Konstantinos Kremalis, Genre: Law, Total Page: 208, Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V., ISBN: 9789403523200

Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this book describes the social security regime in Greece. It conveys a clear working knowledge of the legal mechanics affecting health care, employment injuries and occupational diseases, incapacity to work, pensions, survivors’ benefits, unemployment benefits and services, and family benefits. The analysis covers the field of application, conditions for entitlement, calculation of benefits, financing, the institutional framework, and relevant law enforcement and controls. Allowances for retirees, employees, public sector workers, the self-employed, and the handicapped are all clearly explained, along with full details of claims, adjudication procedures, and appeals. Succinct yet eminently practical, the book will be a valuable resource for lawyers handling social security matters in Greece. It will be of practical utility to those both in public service and private practice called on to develop and to apply social security law and policy, and of special interest as a contribution to the comparative study of social security systems.

Author: Daniel Balsalobre-Lorente, Genre: Business & Economics, Total Page: 280, Publisher: Springer Nature, ISBN: 9783030596750

This book provides an in-depth analysis of and discussion about the relationship between green tourism, economic growth and globalization. It explores numerous topics relating to tourism including transport efficiency, foreign direct investment, clean energy, climate change dynamics and advances in sustainable tourism management. The book begins with discussion of sustainable tourism and economic growth, particularly focusing on management strategies. It then presents the relationship between energy use and tourism, looking at green energy and energy shock. It then discusses transport efficiency, tourism efficiency and financial growth in both developed and developing countries. This book is of interest to researchers, policymakers, and postgraduate students in the areas of energy, environmental and tourism economics.

Author: Marc Dubin, Genre: Travel, Total Page: 1134, Publisher: , ISBN: 1858288665

The first ever Rough Guide. In-depth coverage of every attraction from the ancient sites to the best beaches plus incisive reviews of the best places to eat and stay on any budget. Sections on Greek culture and society, including expended archaeological and mythology sections. Practical advice on all outdoor activities from hiking to watersports. Includes over 120 maps.

Author: , Genre: Egypt, Total Page: 556, Publisher: , ISBN: UOM:39015004204833

Author: Jason C. Mavrovitis, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 432, Publisher: Remember Us, ISBN: 0615163572

At a time of sweeping nationalism in the Balkans in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the characters ... survive pogroms, ethnic cleansing and guerilla warfare. Escaping war, they leave homes and loved ones to forge new lives in America ... [where] the immigrants find that they must rely on their culture and enduring family ties in the face of loss of place, poverty, death and scandal.