Thats the problem with you albs...you havent learned yet to understand literature....you dont know that books are always written by one or some few spirits... spirits are like as.sholes...everyone has one.
But how shall you...you discovered literature of science 19 years ago for the first time...so books with informations that might be in aid of you....are clearly overstraining you. Visible- among others- on the euphoric annotation "HA HA HA" (and so on)...
Btw I hope its your book and not that of a public library...now bring it back before you start doing other things with it on order to express your euphory with the authors views....things that we dont want to see of course.
As usual, nothing to say on the subject.
Here is my opinion. Albanians came to Greece in the Middle Ages and were the dominate population in many areas. They were called Arvanites. The language they spoke was a dialect of the Albanian language. Now I am sure that by the time of the fight for Greek independence, the Arvanites did not claim to be Albanian, but due to assimilation they considered themselves Greek. Claiming to be Greek through assimilation does not take the Albanian out of their blood. So the Albanians have a good argument about the Arvanite heroes fighting during the war of independence being Albanian. The Greeks also have a good argument due to the fact that the Arvanites self proclaimed themselves Greek.