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Thursday, 21 February 2013 (1/2013)

Commemorative Issue: National Historical Events 1913 - Part A - The 100th Anniversary of the Liberation of Ioannina

"Women of Epirus in Struggle", Kenan Messare 1889-1965"Campaign", Kenan Messare 1889-1965From the Painting of Kenan Messare "Shell Blast"

The war waged by the Balkanallies against the Ottoman Empire ended with many issues unresolved. In early 1913, operations on the Epirus front had ground to a halt, and the Hellenic Army was endeavouring to liberate Ioannina.

In mid-January 1913, the Hellenic Forces in Epirus were encountering difficult conditions. The Commander-in-Chief, Crown Prince Constantine, who assumed command of the Army of Epirys in the middle of the same month, took a series of measures that aimed to improve the men's living conditions and nutrition, thus raising their morale and increasing their fighting ability, which had been considerably reduced. He also improved the flow of supplies to units at the fornt by utilising all available means of transport behing the lines, and put into operation a new plan for the capture of Ioannina. February 19th marked the beginning of the end, with a whole day of artillery fire. After many months of struggle, the much-anticipated liberation would be achieved by force and not by negotiation. On 21 February 1913, the Hellenic Army entered Ioannina.

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