Greek Civil War, The

1st Edition

David H. Close

Routledge
Published June 19, 1995
Textbook - 262 Pages
ISBN 9780582064713 - CAT# Y158798
Series: Origins Of Modern Wars

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Summary

The Greek Civil War (1943--50) was a major conflict in its own right, developing out of the rivalry between communist and conservative partisans for control of Greece as the Axis forces retreated at the end of the Second World War. Spanning the transition from World War to Cold War, it also had major international consequences in keeping Greece (alone of all the Balkan nations) out of the Communist bloc and stopping the Soviets reaching the Mediterranean. Yet it has received less attention than it deserves from historians. In this striking and original study, David Close does justice to both the domestic context of the conflict and also to its international significance.

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