This album is a journey to the ancestral land of Microsia. In a simple, descriptive way, information is listed on history, culture, language, everyday life, work, songs, tastes, and of course the Asia Minor Catastrophe of ᾽22. We get to know the protagonists of the national tragedy, through documents, photographs, descriptions and personal confessions.
The "ROADS OF HISTORY" series aims to bring us in touch with our history, through rich information material, without lengthy texts and complex analyses. It aims to contribute to the information and training of readers - especially young people - and to the acquisition of national self-awareness. The two author-teachers invite us to a history lesson. Let's be students in their class again for a while...
A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE AUTHORS
THE Flora Vgonza was born in Athens. She is a philologist and works as a teacher in Secondary Education. For many years she was in charge of the school library, in middle schools and high schools, organizing reading activities such as the reading club, book crossers, the poetry relay, book fairs, visits of authors and illustrators to student classes. She deals with issues of innovation in education, participating as a program manager of the Ministry of Education. Her favorite pastime is writing children's fairy tales. Some of her published fairy tales have been illustrated by her. She is married and the mother of two boys. EN PLO publications have published her books "The lanterns of Christmas", "With your hands", "The silver ship and the lighthouse keeper", "Rejoice, O Joy, Freedom". She is married and the mother of five children.
Eleni-Filothei Kalatha was born in Athens. He is a philologist-historian. She has been working in public schools for a number of years and is characterized by her love for education and many years of involvement in teaching History. He has a master's degree in Modern and Modern History and is involved in promoting reading in the school, organizing book fairs, etc. EN PLO publications have published her books "Hail, Oh Hail, Freedom", the diary "Smyrni, City beloved" and edited the rendering of the Memoirs of Th. Kolokotronis in the modern modern Greek language. She is married and the mother of five children.