Lessons in Cypriot History

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Reporter of “The new Files” Katerina Lomvardea travels to Cyprus and visits the Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot parts of the island, to reveal what young students never learn in their history classes. A significant account about the “half history” that is taught in Greek-Cypriot schools, when at the same time, the history books of Mehmet Ali Talat’s pseudo state have been altered substantially, with the nationalistic elements removed. With a rare special permission, “The New Files” go inside a Turkish-Cypriot classroom, and follow a class taught by one of the writers of the new books. In Nicosia, Katerina Lomvardea talks to the Minister of Education of Cyprus who tries to “avoid the mistakes made by Greece” in the educational reform which will change the history that is taught in schools, and meets the Archbishop of Cyprus, who is the protagonist of the “hard war” concerning the books and assures the show that he will ask students “to throw away the new books”.

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  • Stavros
    Τελικά αν αποτύχει και αυτή η προσπάθεια μεταρύθμισης δεν ξέρω αν θα είμαστε βλάκες, ξεροκέφαλοι ή απλά κρίμα
  • Σπαρτιάτης
    Είναι λάθος να λες «κυπριακή ιστορία». Το σωστό είναι ιστορία της Κύπρου, έχει διαφορά. Η ιστορία της Κύπρου είναι κομμάτι της ελληνικής ιστορίας. Η αναλογία του πληθυσμού της ελληνικής κοινότητας (ελληνορθόδοξοι-Μαρωνίτες-Λατίνοι-Αρμένιοι κ.α.) σε σχέση με την τουρκική (τούρκοι και ρομά) ήταν 4,5 φορές μεγαλύτερη. 82% με 18%. «Οι ελληνοκύπριοι δεν ζούσαν ποτέ μόνοι τους στη βόρεια Κύπρο». 34 αιώνες (1400π.Χ.-2011μ.Χ.) ζούσαν μόνο Έλληνες σε όλη την Κύπρο. Οι τούρκοι εποίκησαν τη μεγαλόνησο μετά το 1600μ.Χ. Ο υπουργός παιδείας πρέπει να πεθάνει (πολιτικά)

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Reporter of “The new Files” Katerina Lomvardea travels to Cyprus and visits the Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot parts of the island, to reveal what young students never learn in their history classes. A significant account about the “half history” that is taught in Greek-Cypriot schools, when at the same time, the history books of Mehmet Ali Talat’s pseudo state have been altered substantially, with the nationalistic elements removed. With a rare special permission, “The New Files” go inside a Turkish-Cypriot classroom, and follow a class taught by one of the writers of the new books. In Nicosia, Katerina Lomvardea talks to the Minister of Education of Cyprus who tries to “avoid the mistakes made by Greece” in the educational reform which will change the history that is taught in schools, and meets the Archbishop of Cyprus, who is the protagonist of the “hard war” concerning the books and assures the show that he will ask students “to throw away the new books”.