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is one of the worlds great civilizations. Although not nearly as powerful or influential now as it once was, the splendid ruins that dot the landscape remind us of
the past and of the culture that was really the foundation of all the Western cultures that followed. We still speak of the Golden Age of Greece; of the
great philosophers such as Aristotle, Plato and Socrates; and of the idea of a democratic form of government. We owe our language to Greece; we go to see live
theater in much the same format that the Greeks invented; and we are still moved and pleased by what is called "classical Greek" art. The Greeks have a heritage
rich almost beyond measure. Recent history hasnt been as kind. Greece is a Mediterranean country, largely a peninsula; it borders Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Turkey (Greece, 2005). The
country "achieved its independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1829" (Greece, 2005). From about 1850 - 1950, it enlarged its territory by adding "neighboring island and territories," most of
which already had Greek-speaking populations (Greece, 2005). During the Second World War, Greece was invaded first by Italy in 1940 and then by Germany, which occupied the country from
1941 to 1944 (Greece, 2005). After the end of the war a "protracted civil war" continued between communist rebels and supporters of the king (Greece, 2005). The communists
were finally defeated in 1949, and Greece joined NATO in 1952 (Greece, 2005). But in 1967 there was a military coup which forced the king to flee; the military
dictatorship lasted until 1974, when "democractic elections and a referendum created a parliamentary republic and abolished the monarchy" (Greece, 2005). In 1981, Greece joined the European Community (EC); this