The Anglo-Hellenic League is an organisation supporting and promoting Anglo-Greek relations and understanding. It was founded in 1913 in London and it carries out charitable and cultural work. Since 1990 it publishes the biannual Anglo-Hellenic Review.
It is a member society of the Hellenic Centre, and since the mid-1990s it is housed at the Hellenic Centre in London.
From 1986, the league awards annually the Runciman Award (named in honor of the writer and historian Steven Runciman) for books published in English and relating to Greece and Hellenism.
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“Were the victims of a disease called social prejudice, my child. These dear ladies of the law and order league are scouring out the dregs of the town. Cmon be a glorified wreck like me.”
—Dudley Nichols (18951960)