A History of the Greek Resistance in the Second World War -

A History of the Greek Resistance in the Second World War

The People's Armies

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A history of the Greek resistance in the Second World War discusses one of the most troubled and fascinating aspects of modern Greek and European history: the anti-axis resistance. It is a pioneering history of the men and women who waged the struggle against the axis as members of the armed partisans of ELAS and EDES. Using a wide range of previously unused sources, the book reconstructs daily life in the guerrilla armies and explores the complex reasons that led the partisans to enlist and fight. It also discusses the relations between the guerrillas and the civilian population, and examines how the guerrillas' experience of combat, hardship and loss shaped their understanding of their task and social attitudes. The book makes fascinating reading both for academics and for lay readers who are interested in modern Greek history, military history and the history of the Second World War. -- .

Product code: 9781526143495

ISBN 9781526143495
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H216xW138
Series Cultural History of Modern War
No. Of Pages 288
Publisher Manchester University Press
This book tells the story of the Greek resistance to Axis occupation during the Second World War and in particular the life of armed guerrillas. Rather than provide a conventional military history it will illuminate for the first time the lives, experiences and thoughts of the resistance fighters during their fight against the Occupation. -- .