The Greek Civil War: Strategy, Counterinsurgency and the Monarchy

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The Greek Civil War (1946-1949) was one of the few instances in the post-World War II era of a clear-cut and permanent victory by right-wing government forces over an insurgent communist movement. Spyridon Plakoudas here explores the factors which ultimately caused the downfall of the communist insurgency in Greece which had, at some points, seemed undefeatable. He questions whether the guerrilla movement fell victim to the feud between Stalin and Tito or whether the significant British and, above all, American aid in fact ...

The Greek Civil War: Strategy, Counterinsurgency and the Monarchy 2017, I. B. Tauris & Company

ISBN-13: 9781784537807

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