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Hill to Dawe, 25th September 1934. CO 67/258/6, 56–57; See also HILL 1952, 492n where Hill states: “In 1934 an anonymous donor provided a consignment of 1050 of portraits of King George V and Queen Mary which was sent out to Cyprus for distribution among the schools. Subsequently such portraits were provided also from Government sources as well as by private donors”. Hill’s correspondence with Dawe leaves us in no doubt that the “anonymous donor” was Hill himself! 110. Alostos Doros was the pseudonym of Evderos Joannides, a Greek Cypriot settled in Britain.

109. Hill to Dawe, 25th September 1934. CO 67/258/6, 56–57; See also HILL 1952, 492n where Hill states: “In 1934 an anonymous donor provided a consignment of 1050 of portraits of King George V and Queen Mary which was sent out to Cyprus for distribution among the schools. Subsequently such portraits were provided also from Government sources as well as by private donors”. Hill’s correspondence with Dawe leaves us in no doubt that the “anonymous donor” was Hill himself! 110. Alostos Doros was the pseudonym of Evderos Joannides, a Greek Cypriot settled in Britain.

Nevertheless nowadays, as the historical issues addressed are no longer of such primacy or sensitivity in non-Greek/Turkish milieus, it has become much less arduous to 82. Many of these accounts have been collected in Cobham’s still invaluable compendium “Excerpta Cypria: materials for a history of Cyprus”. 83. Hill, who is regularly viewed as the doyenne of Cypriot history, seems here to give fuel to the criticism of another famous historian of the region, the eminent scholar of the Ottomans, Halil İnalcık, who states: “The true history of the last four centuries of Cyprus has not yet been written.

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