Greece, 1941-49: From Resistance to Civil War. The Strategy of the Greek Communist Party

TitleGreece, 1941-49: From Resistance to Civil War. The Strategy of the Greek Communist Party
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1992
AuthorsVlavianos, Haris
Number of Pages350
PublisherSt. Martin's Press
CityNew York
Abstract

This book is a study of the policies and strategies of the Greek Communist Party (KKE) during the period 1941-47, with particular emphasis on the period 1945-47. It examines the policy of the KKE during the Resistance and the immediate post-liberation period with the purpose of offering a post-revisionist interpretation of the causes of the Greek Civil War. The study tries to deconstruct a number of right-wing orthodox and left-wing revisionist myths and polemics attempting to offer an account of events that remains as far as possible detached. [author]

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