Pamphlets from the Metaxas regime at the Firestone Library in Princeton University

GUIDE TO THE GREEK PAMPHLET COLLECTION AT THE FIRESTONE LIBRARY, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

 

File A: EON (Ethnike Organoseis Neolaias Hellados) Publications

item #1 — He Gheorghia sten Hellada (Agriculture in Greece). Athens: E. O. N., 1939.
15 pages. State propaganda on agricultural activity and advances in Greece. Directed towards Greek youths.

item #2 — Egcheiridion Salpigkton (Trumpeter’s Manual). Athens: E. O. N., 1940. 32 pages. Trumpeter and marching leader’s manual. State propaganda directed towards Greek youths.

item #3 — Kanellopoulou, Alexandrou N. Egkuklios Diataghe Peri Ghenikon Tinon Kateuthunseon kai Odeghion (Circular on General Directions and Manuals). Athens: E. O. N., 1939. 78 pages. Extensive manual/manifesto; discusses the E. O. N. philosophy, the responsibilities of its members, and the organization’s role in Greek society.

item #4 — Kanonismos Esoterikes Yperesias: Apsopasma Epitelikes Orghanoseos (Regulations for Internal Service: Organizational Staff Detachment). Athens: E. O. N., 1939. 54 pages. Regulations manual and directive outlining service duties and procedures for E. O. N. administrative officers.

item #5 — Oikoghenia (Family). Athens: E. O. N., 1940. 12 pages. Part of the state propaganda series on social education. Encapsulation of the Metaxas regime philosophy on the purpose and role of the family. Directed towards Greek youths.

item #6 — Perilepsis he epo ton scholeion epovoethesis tou erghou tes E. O. N. kai ai epohreosis ton matheton pros auten (Summary by the school assistant for the E. O. N. project and the obligations of students). Athens: Ministry of Religion and National Education, 1939. 7 pages. Report on E. O. N. policy towards the furtherance of state ideology through the national education system.

item #7 — Plekta (Knitted). Athens: E. O. N., 1941. 22 pages. State youth propaganda directive for E. O. N. membership attire.

item #8 — Yghieine (Hygiene). Athens: E. O. N., 1941. 21 pages. State youth propaganda on public hygiene.


 

File B: He Neolaia (The Youth) Magazine

item #1 — He Neolaia (The Youth). June 3, 1939. 2 pages: photographs. State youth propaganda magazine; official EON periodical. Cover sheets only.

item #2 — He Neolaia (The Youth). January 13, 1940. 33 pages: photographs. State youth propaganda magazine; official EON periodical. Complete issue.

item #3 — He Neolaia (The Youth). February 24, 1940. 32 pages: photographs. State youth propaganda magazine; official EON periodical. Complete issue.

item #4 — He Neolaia (The Youth). April 6, 1940. 2 pages: photographs. State youth propaganda magazine; official EON periodical. Cover sheets only.

item #5 — He Neolaia (The Youth). April 13, 1940. 32 pages: photographs. State youth propaganda magazine; official EON periodical. Complete issue.

item #6 — He Neolaia (The Youth). February 2, 1941. 29 pages: photographs. State youth propaganda magazine; official EON periodical. Complete issue.

item #7 — He Neolaia (The Youth). February 8, 1941. 21 pages: photographs. State youth propaganda magazine; official EON periodical. Complete issue.

item #8 — He Neolaia (The Youth). February 22, 1941. 25 pages: photographs. State youth propaganda magazine; official EON periodical. Complete issue.


 

File C: Miscellaneous Government Publications

item #1 — Enas Chronos Agrotikos Anaghenneseos (One Year Agricultural Renaissance). Athens: n.p., 1937. 48 pages. Metaxas regime propaganda and summary report on Greek agricultural advances made between August 1935 and August 1936.

item #2 — A Glimpse of Works of Art Exhibited in the Greek Pavilion at the New York World’s Fair. Athens: Under-Secretariat of State for the Press and Tourism, n.d. 24 pages: 32 plates: 15 illustrations. Commemorative essay and photo-album of the Metaxas regime’s exhibition at the New York World’s Fair.

 

GUIDE TO THE GREEK PAMPHLET COLLECTION AT THE FIRESTONE LIBRARY, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Compiled by Alexandros K. Kyrou, Ph.D.
A SURVEY CATALOGUE OF PAMPHLETS, NEWSLETTERS, AND OTHER EPHEMERA ON GREECE AND SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE
Princeton University, June 1997