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Inside Hitler's Greece : the experience of occupation, 1941-44

Author: Mark Mazower
Publisher: New Haven [Conn.] : Yale University Press, 2001, ©1993.
Series: Yale Nota bene.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In April 1941 the German army invaded Greece, leading to four years of hideous barbarism and to a civil war that tore the country apart. Inside Hitler's Greece explores the impact of the Occupation upon the lives and values of ordinary Greeks. Drawing on a wealth of first-hand accounts and previously untapped archival sources Mark Mazower offers a vividly human picture of the experiences of resistance fighters and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Mazower
OCLC Number: 1035714303
Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 437 pages : illustrations, maps)
Contents: Abbreviations and Foreign Terms --
Prologue: Swastika over the Acropolis --
pt. I. The Chaos of the New Order: 1941-43 --
1. Venizelos's Funeral --
2. The Occupation Begins --
3. The Famine --
4. Black Market Axioms --
5. An Atmosphere of Imminent Catastrophe --
6. Greek Workers in the Reich --
7. Dreams of a New Europe --
pt. II. 'This Heroic Madness': 1941-43 --
8. The Resistance of Daily Life --
9. Prudence or Bravery? The Old Politicians --
10. Becoming Organised --
11. Urban Protest --
12. 'Freedom or Death!' --
13. Politics of the Andartiko --
14. The End of Italian Rule --
pt. III. The Logic of Violence and Terror: 1943-44 --
15. The Logic of Violence --
16. Anatomy of a Massacre: 16 August 1943 --
17. 'The Loveliest Time': the Behaviour and Values of the German Soldier --
18. The SS and the Terror System --
19. Greek Jewry and the Final Solution --
pt. IV. A Society at War: 1943-44 --
20. People's Democracy in Free Greece --
21. ELAS: the People's Liberation Army --
22. 'A Cemetery Awash in Blood': the Counter-Revolution --
23. 'Tired Out by History': Athens '44 --
Epilogue: 'No Peace without Victory' --
Archival Sources.
Series Title: Yale Nota bene.
Responsibility: Mark Mazower.
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"In April 1941 the German army invaded Greece, leading to four years of hideous barbarism and to a civil war that tore the country apart. Inside Hitler's Greece explores the impact of the Occupation upon the lives and values of ordinary Greeks. Drawing on a wealth of first-hand accounts and previously untapped archival sources Mark Mazower offers a vividly human picture of the experiences of resistance fighters and black marketeers, teenage German conscripts and Gestapo officers. He shows how war threw traditional family roles into question as women became breadwinners and children took up arms. The moral complexities of life under foreign rule are linked to the unfolding political tragedy that brought the civil war." "The book describes the economic exploitation of Greece and the resulting famine - the disintegration of an entire society and the origins of mass resistance. It offers an unsentimental account of the realities of guerrilla life in the mountains, covering the psychological as well as the material effects of total war. But the war is also seen through German eyes: soldiers, diplomats, and SS officials speak in their own words, allowing us to understand the beliefs and values that underlay Nazi policies of violence, terror, and extermination. From staff officers like the young Kurt Waldheim to ordinary Bavarian conscripts, the German Occupation apparatus is brought to life in unprecedented detail. A world of ruined villages and stirring revolutionary utopias, abandoned Jewish homes and starving islanders - the world of Hitler's New Order - is comprehensively analyzed and set in its historical context."--Jacket.

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