Mellon (Greek: Μέλλον, 'Future') was a Greek-language socialist weekly newspaper, founded in 1909. Mellon was published from Athens, the first issue came out in March 1909. The newspaper was founded by Dionysios Kokkinos. The modern Greek literature scholar A. Steinmetz, was Kokkinos' most important collaborator.

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  • Mellon (Greek: Μέλλον, 'Future') was a Greek-language socialist weekly newspaper, founded in 1909. Mellon was published from Athens, the first issue came out in March 1909. The newspaper was founded by Dionysios Kokkinos. The modern Greek literature scholar A. Steinmetz, was Kokkinos' most important collaborator. (en)
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  • Mellon (Greek: Μέλλον, 'Future') was a Greek-language socialist weekly newspaper, founded in 1909. Mellon was published from Athens, the first issue came out in March 1909. The newspaper was founded by Dionysios Kokkinos. The modern Greek literature scholar A. Steinmetz, was Kokkinos' most important collaborator. (en)
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