Konstantinos Velentzas, The Battle of Peta. A cornerstone of the European unification, Society for Hellenism and Philhellenism, 2022. Publication in 6 languages: Greek, English, French, German, Italian, Polish. Size: 22.0 x 24.0 cm,
180 pp. ISBN:  978-618-85185-1-3

English Translation: Nathan Ticknor (descendant of American Philhellene Dr. Samuel Gridley Howe)
French Translation: Dr. Vincent Touze (descendant of French Philhellene Maxime Raybaud)
German Translation: Prof. Nikolaos Apostolidis (descendant of the German Philhellene Dr. Heinrich Treiber)
Italian Translation: Alberto & Anna Roccavilla (descendant of the Italian Philhellene Michele Roccavilla)
Polish Translation: Prof. Maria Kalinowska, Prof. Gościwit Malinowski

The book refers to the processes of the Philhellenic movement in Europe that led hundreds of volunteers Philhellenes to Greece in 1822, the establishment of the Regular Army and the Battalion of Philhellenes, the Epirus campaign and the battles of Komboti and Peta. It presents the main contributors and the biographies of the volunteers Philhellenes who sacrificed themselves for Greece. It explains why this multinational force, which was formed on the basis of the values of Greek civilisation, offered the first seed for the unification of Europe.