Greek War of Independence
In the years leading up to and following the fall of Constantinople in the 15th century, Ottoman authority throughout Greece, to the exclusion of the Ionian Islands, began. There were periodic but failed Greek upheavals against Ottoman control over the ensuing centuries.
- Greek revolutionaries successfully fought the Ottoman Empire in the Greek War of Independence, also recognized as the Greek Revolution of 1821 or the Greek Revolution, between 1821 and 1829.
- Later, the British Empire, the Russian Empire, and the Monarch of France helped the Greeks, whereas their North African vassals, especially the eyalet of Egypt, helped the Ottomans. Greece, as we know it now, was born out of the war.
- Greeks all across the world observe March 25 as Greek Independence Day to commemorate the revolution.
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