The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law

The Battle of Athens McMinn County Tennessee and Vote Tampering

The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law.(movie clip) The Battle of Athens was an armed rebellion led by WWII veterans and citizens in Athens and Etowah, Tennessee, USA., against the corrupt & tyrannical local government in August

The Battle of Athens, TN, 1946; a well regulated militia of WWII veterans exercised their 2nd amendment rights and overthrew their tyrannical and corrupt county government in Tennessee that was attempting to defraud voters.

The Battle of Athens, TN ~ 1946 A well regulated militia of WWII veterans exercised their amendment rights and overthrew their tyrannical and corrupt county government in McMinn County,Tennessee that was attempting to defraud voters.

The Battle of Halmyros, known by older scholars as the Battle of the Cephissus or Battle of Orchomenos, was fought on 15 March 1311 between the forces of the Frankish Duchy of Athens and its vassals under Walter of Brienne and the mercenaries of the Catalan Company, resulting in a devastating victory for the Catalans.  by wraithdt on DeviantArt

Battle of Halmyros between the lightly armed but battle-hardened Almogavars of the infamous Catalan Company and the French Knights of the Duchy of Athens. By wraithdt.

Battle of Athens, Dec 1944: British paras and Greek gendarmes battle communist guerrillas in the middle of Athens with the support of a Sherman tank. Note the gendarme on the left wearing a German helmet.

Battle of Athens, Dec British paras & Greek gendarmes battle communist guerrillas in the middle of Athens with the support of a Sherman tank. *Note the gendarme on the left wearing a German helmet.

The Blitz: Much of London was destroyed by the Luftwaffe, which was eventually defeated by "The Few" during the Battle of Britain which was fought over the skies of Britain between 10 July and 31 October 1940

London bombing 1940 - Amazing photo catching the collapse of a building.

Close-up view of 1st Lt. A.J. Crutchfield of the 20th (Russell's) Tennessee Cavalry. Killed at the Battle of Sulphur Creek Trestle, AL. also known as the Battle of Athens, AL.

American Civil War Flags - Close-up view of Lt. Crutchfield of the (Russell's) Tennessee Cavalry. Killed at the Battle of Sulphur Creek Trestle, AL. also known as the Battle of Athens, AL.

Eretria was an Ionian city-state of ancient Greece.  The Eretrians were located right across a narrow body of water from Athens and they were generally staunch allies of Athens.  They were also eag…

Ancient Octopus Coin

Didracma- argento - Eretria (Eubea) a.) before the Persian invasion and the battle of Marathon - E polipo/octopus - Numismatic Museum of Athens

Knob Noster, Missouri (someday to be famous as my birthplace)

Knob Noster, Missouri (someday to be famous as my birthplace)

The Battle of Marathon 490 BC: The day of Marathon is the critical epoch in the history of the two nations. It broke forever the spell of Persian invincibility, which had previously paralyzed men's minds. It helped the Greeks to get the spirit which beat back Xerxes. It secured for mankind the intellectual treasures of Athens, the growth of free institutions, the liberal enlightenment of the Western world, and the gradual ascendency for many ages of the great principles of European…

The Battle of Marathon 490 BC: The day of Marathon is the critical epoch in the…

Battle of Athens, Dec 1944-Jan 1945: British paras patrol on the perimeter of the Athens gas works. Fighting with communist guerrillas attempting to take over Greece was fierce. The British, and the forces of the Greek interim government, finally prevailed thanks to superior firepower and military tactics.

Battle of Athens, Dec British paras patrol on the perimeter of the Athens gas works.

athena / αθηνά:  daughter of zeus, the goddess of wisdom, civilization, arts and strategy. she is fierce and brave in battle, and became the patron goddess of athens after winning a contest against poseidon

Interesting type face athena / αθηνά: daughter of zeus, the goddess of wisdom, civilization, arts and strategy. she is fierce and brave in battle, and became the patron goddess of athens after winning a contest against poseidon

Sherman tanks and troops from 5th (Scots) Parachute Battalion, 2nd Parachute Brigade, during operations against members of ELAS in Athens, 18 December 1944.

Image Sherman tanks and troops from (Scots) Parachute Battalion, Parachute Brigade, during operations against members of ELAS in Athens, 18 December

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