During the decade of the 1940s Greece experienced harsh German/Italian/Bulgarian occupation, the emergence of a powerful resistance movement and civil war between communist and nationalists. This critical period in the country's modern history is graphically illustrated through contemporary documents, many of them translated from Greek, many of them difficult to access. This annotated documentary collection, which is prefaced by a substantial introduction, affords a penetrating insight into the history of the 1940s from a variety of perspectives.
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Author Biography - Richard Clogg
RICHARD CLOGG is a Fellow of St Antony's College, Oxford. He previously taught at the universities in Edinburgh and London. He has written and edited a number of books. This Concise History of Greece (second edition 2000) has been translated into several languages, including Turkish, Japanese and Serbian.