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    The Greek Struggle for Independence

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    without the help of their allies, who were mainly the French, Russia, and Great Britain. The philhellenes, or Greece-loving people, in those countries would rally support for Greece, and their revolution was a success because of their support. Greece would not have been able to attain their independence if not for the help of the various influential philhellenes in Great Britain. One of the biggest philhellenes was Lord Byron, an English poet in the 1800s. His book the Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, originally

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    allies, who were mainly the French, Russia, and Great Britain. The philhellenes, or Greece-loving people, in those countries would rally support for Greece. As a result, their revolution was a success. Greece’s independence would not have been attainable if not for the help of influential philhellenes, like Lord Byron and George Canning, in Great Britain. Lord Byron, a 19th century Romantic poet, was one of the influential philhellenes in Great Britain. He had sparked the Briton’s interest in Greece

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    The Impact of Lord Byron on the World

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    Since the beginning of time itself, there have been many different individuals who have significantly impacted the world. These impacts on the world can have a range, but are not limited to categories such as science, mathematics, literature, politics, music, athletics and much more. However, of all things, among those categories, one of the most significant impacts on the world, comes from none other than that of literature. The achievements of literature have been known to strike deeper into the

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