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11635:History > Documents

submitted by George Poulos on 24.02.2007

The Medal of the Municipality of Kythera. Relative size by Australian standards.

Contrasted with the size of an Australian one dollar coin.


[*It is my belief that this medal should be re-named the Kytherian Medal of Honour - Τιμητικό Μετάλλιο Κυθήρων]

Inception and Creation of the Medal of the Municipality of Kythera (1999)

Following a proposal by Municipal Councillor Professor George N Leontsinis, and upon the unanimous agreement of the newly established Municipal Council, it was ...

11634:History > Documents

submitted by George Poulos on 19.10.2006

The Medal of the Municipality of Kythera. Edge or side view.

The Medal is very substantial.

The width of the coin is about 5ml, or 3/16th inch.



[*It is my belief that this medal should be re-named the Kytherian Medal of Honour - Τιμητικό Μετάλλιο Κυθήρων]

[*It is my belief that this medal should be re-named the Kytherian Medal of Honour - Τιμητικό Μετάλλιο Κυθήρων]

Inception and Creation of the Medal of the Municipality ...

11633:History > Documents

submitted by George Poulos on 19.10.2006

The Medal of the Municipality of Kythera. Reverse**.

[*It is my belief that this medal should be re-named the Kytherian Medal of Honour - Τιμητικό Μετάλλιο Κυθήρων]

Inception and Creation of the Medal of the Municipality of Kythera (1999)

Following a proposal by Municipal Councillor Professor George N Leontsinis, and upon the unanimous agreement of the newly established Municipal Council, it was decided to create the Medal.

The Medal marked a historic moment: the formation ...

11632:History > Documents

submitted by George Poulos on 03.12.2006

The Medal of the Municipality of Kythera. Obverse**.

[*It is my belief that this medal should be re-named the Kytherian Medal of Honour - Τιμητικό Μετάλλιο Κυθήρων]

[*It is my belief that this medal should be re-named the Kytherian Medal of Honour - Τιμητικό Μετάλλιο Κυθήρων]

Inception and Creation of the Medal of the Municipality of Kythera (1999)

Following a proposal by Municipal Councillor Professor George N Leontsinis, and upon the unanimous ...

11592:History > Documents

submitted by Institute Of Kytheraismos on 09.10.2006

Kytheraismos Conference. Dinner Ticket.

Saturday 16th September, 2006.

11028:History > Documents

submitted by Robyn Florance on 01.08.2006

Aroney Brothers, Nowra. Advertisment. 1931.

See,

History of The Aroney Family in Nowra

11027:History > Documents

submitted by Robyn Florance on 01.08.2006

Aroney Brothers, Nowra. Advertisment, 1926.

See,

History of The Aroney Family in Nowra

11026:History > Documents

submitted by Robyn Florance on 01.08.2006

Aroney Brothers, Nowra. Advertisment. 1925.

See,

History of The Aroney Family in Nowra

11025:History > Documents

submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 01.08.2006

Call Sheet. Mad Max 1.

This is the original call sheet from the first day of filming in October 1977.

Call sheets provide a listing of which actors will be required for which scenes, when they will be required on set, as well as other information including the filming locations.

http://www.madmaxonline.com/museum/a_call_sheet_image1.htm

11021:History > Documents

submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 01.08.2006

Mad Max 2. Chapter 1. Novelisation of the Film.

Feral Child (Emile Minty) and Max (Mel Gibson), in George Miller's Mad Max 2, (1981).

MAD MAX 2


Written by Terry Hayes George Miller
and Brian Hannant
Novelisation by Carl Ruhen


A Q.B BOOK
A Q.B Book

Distributed by Progress Publications
506 Miller Street, Cammeray 2062, and Gordon & Gotch Limited
114 William Street, Melbourne 3000, Australia

Copyright: Film Script © ...

11001:History > Documents

submitted by TIME Magazine on 18.08.2006

Mr Dimitri Comino.The Great Frame-Up.Time magazine. Nov. 23, 1953.

All over Britain last week, workmen were using a strange new construction material that looked amazingly like sections of a toy Erector set and worked much the same way. The material was the Dexion Slotted Angle, a slotted steel strip bent to form a right angle and designed to be bolted on to other strips ad infinitum. Ever since it went on sale five years ago, it has been used as the frame for everything from waste baskets to cradles for huge water towers. Among its most enthusiastic buyers is the ...

10771:History > Documents

submitted by George Poulos on 10.06.2006

Anti-dago.

Anti-dago.
Hallett, Smith's Weekly, 11 August, 1945.

The Old Folks at Home.

News item: Dr Evatt, in reply to a question, stated that applications for purchase or lease of land had been granted to 3507 aliens or naturalised subjects.



200 In the Shade.

In March 1988, Bondi identity and former Bulletin journalist, David Swain was commissioned by John Pinder to organise an exhibition for the Melbourne International ...

10770:History > Documents

submitted by George Poulos on 10.06.2006

Dago opens the oyster.

'Australia is my oyster, and I will open'it', say the Dago.

Finey, Smith's Weekly, cover, 29 March, 1930.

'Dago' comes from the Spanish for 'James' - Diego. It was a term for Greeks and Italians, but also included Spaniards and Portuguese.


200 In the Shade.

In March 1988, Bondi identity and former Bulletin journalist, David Swain was commissioned by John Pinder to organise an exhibition for the ...

10769:History > Documents

submitted by George Poulos on 10.06.2006

Steaka da oyst

Stan Cross, cartoonist.
Smith's Weekly, 1921.

'Steaka da oyst' = Steak and oysters, and was a facetiously racist label for Greeks and Italians many of whom owned restaurants. Mr 'Huse' refers to Prime Minister, Billy Hughes.

Official(examining applicant for naturalization): Who is Prime Minister?
Steaka Da Oyst: Mista Huse.
Official: Now, could you, as an alien, become Prime Minister of Australia?
Steaka Da Oyst: Mista, you haf excoosa ...

10768:History > Documents

submitted by George Poulos on 11.06.2006

Super-Dago

Finey, Smith's Weekly, 30 July 1921.

Verse by 'Augustus Blowflyopoulos'

The Super-Dago

Speero, I tink de
greatest man that ever
carried a dish.
He know the ancient Grecian gods and
How to cook da fish.
He talks the Frinch, da Span', da Ing'
and once when bet a hat,
He open fifty-seven oyst', in seexty seconds flat.
He read da potes an' racing news, he
catch the deep-sea cray',

10671:History > Documents

submitted by Dean Coroneos on 21.12.2007

Queensland Government Garden Certificate awarded to Theo Corones.

Theo lived at the time in Bargara, Queensland.

Theothosios Koroneos - Theo Corones - was sponsored to Australia, as a youth, by his maternal uncle George, and aunty Georgia, later of Beverley Hills.

He lost a leg to an infection in his early twenties.

Part of his rehabilitation involved art therapy. He later became quite a famous artist in "Kytherian" circles.

He settled in Sydney, and drove cabs for many decades, before attempting later ...

10622:History > Documents

submitted by Clarence River Historical Society on 30.05.2006

Langleys Cafe advertisement.

From, Grafton, the First 125 Civic Years, by John Moorhead.

10621:History > Documents

submitted by Peter Bouras on 30.05.2006

Map of Grafton, NSW, Australia.

Showing its position on the mid-north coast of New South Wales.

The town of Grafton has a very long "Kytherian" history, and is home to the brilliant Clarence River Historical Society.

There are innumerable entries about Grafton at kythera-family.net.

10610:History > Documents

submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 30.05.2006

Poster encouraging migrants to apply for Australian citizenship. 1960's.

It would be interesting to know how many Kytherians in Australia were encouraged to take up Australian citizenship as a result of viewing this, and other posters of its kind?

From the repository of the National Archives in Canberra.

The National Archives is an extraordinarily valuable resource, where many Kytherian-Australian documents and records are kept.

It would be interesting to undertake a systematic project to uncover this plethora ...

10609:History > Documents

submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 30.05.2006

Australia...Land of Tommorrow.

A very apt description as to how Kytherian immigrants to Australia thought about their new country.

We are uncertain whether these posters were displayed in Greece?

From the repository of the National Archives in Canberra.

The National Archives is an extraordinarily valuable resource, where many Kytherian-Australian documents and records are kept.

It would be interesting to undertake a systematic project to uncover this plethora ...