The Voice of Albania (newspaper)

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Front page of "Η φωνή της Αλβανίας" issue, October 18, 1879

The Voice of Albania, Greek: Η φωνή της Αλβανίας, was a newspaper published in Athens, Kingdom of Greece, from September 1879 to mid-1880. The publishers were Anastasios Koulouriotis and Panayotis Koupitoris, both Arvanites.[1][2]
It was published in Greek and partly in Albanian (Arvanitika dialect). The core political views backed the ideas of contribution of Albanophones in Greece, Albanian schools and education, independence of Albania from Ottoman Empire, a unified Greek-Albanian state, and the similarities between two nations.[2] It was printed in a print-shop owned by Koupitoris.

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  1. ^ Nathalie Clayer (2007). Aux origines du nationalisme albanais: la naissance d'une nation majoritairement musulmane en Europe. KARTHALA Editions. pp. 291–. ISBN 978-2-84586-816-8. Retrieved 7 May 2011. 
  2. ^ a b Zihni Reso (1981). Anastas Kullurioti dhe gazeta "Zëri i Shqipërisë," 1879-1880. Shtëpia Botuese "8 Nëntori". Retrieved 7 May 2011.