War Volunteers

The Greek Cypriots volunteering during all Greek national wars, starting with the Greek War of Independence (or Greek Revolution) in 1821 was an explicit expression of the official union (énosis) with Greece pursuit (see category Union (énosis)). In bigger or smaller numbers, depending on the political conditions and the restrictions, or occasionally the benefits, which initially the Ottoman rulers and later the British were imposing, Greek Cypriots participated in the Greco-Turkish War of 1897, the Macedonian struggle of 1904-1908, the Balkan Wars of 1912-1913, the World War I, the Asia Minor Campaign in 1922 and the World War II.  

Argyros Drousiotis (Αργυρός Δρουσιώτης) bust

Argyros I. Drousiotis (Αργυρός Ι. Δρουσιώτης) bust

Christodoulos Sozos (Χριστόδουλος Σώζος) bust

Georgios Azinas (Γεώργιος Αζίνας) bust

Ioannis Stavrianos (Ιωάννης Σταυριανός) bust

Memorial to the Limassol Balkan Wars dead Cypriots

Memorial to the Limassol high school dead students during the Balkan Wars

Memorial to Pafos dead during the Second World War

Memorial to Rodion and Miltiadis Georgiadis (Ροδίων και Μιλτιάδης Γεωργιάδης)

Memorial to the Cypriot Volunteers in the Balkan Wars

Memorial to the dead and missing of Empa & Georgios Christoforou bust

Memorial to the dead and to Nikitari Mother

Memorial to the Freedom Fighters

Memorial to the Xylotymvou dead and missing

Nikolaos Kl. Lanitis (Νικόλαος Κλ. Λανίτης) bust