The Book, the Blog, the Story

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Welcome to the Miseriesofoccupation.com blog – a place for sharing stories, comments, photographs — related to the book, “Miseries of Occupation: A Child Survivor Remembers” an independent title published this year by Artemis Arrow Books, LLC. As the author of the book and founder of Artemis, I want to connect with readers who might have an interest in tracking…

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Artemis Arrow Books, LLC has a new logo…

Artemis Arrow Books, LLC logo

We recently redesigned our logo and thought our readers might like to see it! (It’s on the Miseries of Occupation_NewLogo home page too, of course.) We realize this is not earth-shattering news but we like it and think it has a lot of character. Here it is: Artemis would like to thank and credit Artemis marketing manager,…

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Interview With Konstantinos Koskoletos: An Intrepid Warrior for Truth

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LIn a world where truth is often obscured by cover-ups, lawsuits, and oft-told lies, it’s always refreshing to meet someone to whom the truth matters. Konstantinos Koskoletos is one of those individuals. His book, Miseries of Occupation, is essentially a ‘hero’s journey’ – a quest for the truth of what happened to his beloved father during the…

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Book Review: Miseries of Occupation: A Child Survivor Remembers

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Konstantinos Koskoletos’ Miseries of Occupation: A Child Survivor Remembers is a fascinating historical account of a grim time during and after World War II in Greece. It is a tale of heroic resistance, cowardly behaviors, and a son’s 70-year quest to vindicate his father’s courage and sacrifice. It’s a book that rings true, and even the subsequent…

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