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978-1-4985-6408-3 • Hardback • April 2018 • $122.00 • (£94.00)
978-1-4985-6409-0 • eBook • April 2018 • $115.50 • (£89.00)
André Gerolymatos is director of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Centre for Hellenic Studies and professor of history at Simon Fraser University.
Chapter 1: Historical Background
Chapter 2: Survey of British Military Intelligence
Chapter 3: British Intelligence in Greece and the Middle East
Chapter 4: The SOE in Greece and in the Middle East
Chapter 5: The Occupation of Greece
Chapter 6: Covert Operations and Guerrilla Warfare, 1941–1944
Chapter 7: Armed Resistance and Guerrilla Warfare
Chapter 8: Liberation and Crisis
Epilogue: From Resistance to Civil War
This is a comprehensive and well-balanced analysis of a painful period in Greece’s history. For those interested in a fair and deeply researched work of one of the most violent and vicious internal fronts in Nazi occupied Europe, this book is a must, if not a model. One cannot understand the 1940s Greek civil war without fully relying on André Gerolymatos’s work.
— Amikam Nachmani, Bar-Ilan University