Vidkun Quisling and Ioannis Rallis

There is a number of similarities between two of Europe’s most notorious collaborationists: Vidkun Quisling from Norway and Ioannis Rallis from Greece. Both stepped in to collaborate with Nazi Germany, and both did so to safeguard their countries. They both led the government in their respective countries, and both were tried by postwar authorities.

On their personal lifes there were also similarities: Both were married twice: Vidkun Quisling with Alexandra Andreevna Voronina and Maria Vasilijevna. Ioannis Rallis with Aspasia Kyriakouli Mavromichali and his second spouse was Zaira Theotoki.

Also, both of them died behind bars: Quisling died at the Akershus Fortress, Oslo, while Rallis died at the Averof Prison, Athens. And both of them died in October: Quisling died in 24 October in 1945, while Rallis died in 26 October 1946.

Vidkun Quisling Ioannis Rallis

Here is some more about Vidkun Quisling.

The second picture taken from Markos Vallianatos’ extremely interesting book The untold history of Greek collaboration with Nazi Germany (1941-1944)

Vidkun Quisling and Ioannis Rallis

Iron Youth – Timi mas i Pisti

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Iron Youth’s new release “Τιμή μας η Πίστη” (Timi mas i Pisti, Greek for “Our creed is our honor”) is a collectors-only compilation of their 3 albums in vinyl format. It is a special box edition with gold print including:

* Durch das Volk – Mit dem Volk – Für das Volk Pic-LP
* Respect / Defend / Create Pic-LP
* Faith Is Stronger Than Fire Pic-LP

It also includes a high quality t-shirt in 3 different colors (black / grey / military) in all sizes (M-L-XL).

This “Timi mas i Pisti” release is limited to 300 copies so hurry up!

Here is the full track-list:

 

Disc 1 – IRON YOUTH – Durch Das Volk, Mit Dem Volk, Für Das Volk
A1 Whose Flag?
A2 Axiom
A3 Iron Youth
A4 Long Live
A5 For A Dream
B1 Just Say… Forbidden
B2 Outright Blasphemy
B3 White Hate
B4 To Him
B5 After The War

Disc 2 -IRON YOUTH –  Respect / Defend / Create
C1 Respect / Defend / Create
C2 When That Day Comes
C3 Blockhead Youth
C4 Alone?
D1 Close Combat
D2 Bullshit People
D3 Sedition
D4 Modern Man

Disc 3 –IRON YOUTH – Faith Is Stronger Than Fire
E1 Dreams Of Iron
E2 Rest In Peace
E3 We Are The Natural Law
E4 My Way
E5 The Secret Of Steel
F1 Backlash
F2 Choose Your Side
F3 Untamed
F4 Finger Of Scorn

 

 

Iron Youth – Timi mas i Pisti

Imia 2013 March official video

Η ΧΡΥΣΗ ΑΥΓΗ ΤΙΜΑ ΤΟΥΣ ΗΡΩΕΣ
VIDEO IMIA: Η ΜΕΓΑΛΗ ΕΘΝΙΚΙΣΤΙΚΗ ΠΟΡΕΙΑ ΤΙΜΗΣ ΚΑΙ ΜΝΗΜΗΣ

Η Μεγαλύτερη Εθνικιστική συγκέντρωση όλων των εποχών στην Ελλάδα σε ένα ντοκυμαντέρ που αξίζει να υπάρχει σε κάθε αρχείο. Λεπτό προς λεπτό οι προετοιμασίες, οι ομιλίες και η μεγαλειώδης πορεία που θα μείνει στην Ιστορία.

Imia 2013 March official video

Golden Dawn announces Imia 2013 March

Every year, Golden Dawn, the Greek nationalist party, organizes a march through the streets of Athens to commemorate the death of 3 Greek soldiers at Turkish hands in the Greek islet of Imia in January 1996. These events nearly ended up in an open war between Greece and Turkey.

The march usually involves around 5,000 people and it has become one of the biggest nationalist marches in Europe since WW2. Look at the 2012 edition of the Imia March.

Every year, fellow comrades from countries like Germany, Italy, Sweden, Spain, USA, Russia, Romania, Netherlands or  Serbia among others come to Athens to participate in the march. This year, after the entry of the Golden Dawn into the Greek parliament and the impact it has had in nationalist circles around the world, every Nationalist is invited to take part in it.

You’ll experience what national resistance is and feels like at the very frontline of today’s conflict between national identity and the invading forces of globalization. You will shiver at the lightning of the torches, the chants, the piercing and vociferous speeches of the ‘Führer’ Nikos Michaloliakos (something you must experience live) and the waving flags under the nightly Athenian sky.

The march will take place on February 2, 2013, in Athens, Greece, at 19.00h. The march begins at the Imia monument at the crossroad of Vassilissis Sofias avenue (Λεωφόρος Βασ. Σοφίας) with Rigillis Street. Here’s the place on Google Maps:


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Here’s the Golden Dawn video to announce the 2013 edition of the Imia march:

And just to let you know about how does it feel, here is a great video of the 2008 Imia March:

There are dozens of videos on Youtube. Just search for “Imia 2011” and so on (or its Greek equivalent “Ίμια 2011”) to watch more.

Golden Dawn announces Imia 2013 March