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Greek Military Dictatorship

Revisiting a Troubled Past, 1967–1974

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“This is … collective work … focuses both on foreign relations as well as domestic matters such as economics, ideology, religion, culture, and education. Most of its contributors belong to a younger generation of Greek academics who offer a well-researched, updated account of a contested national story. Their prose is concise, clear, and fluent, and the format of their work is reader friendly.” • International Journal of Military History and Historiography

“Published in the 200th anniversary year of the revolution that launched Greece as a modern European nation-state, this book examines in unprecedented depth and breadth one of the most backward-looking episodes of the country’s history. Contributors from an impressive range of disciplines deploy their expertise to make sense of this bizarre anomaly in the history of both modern Greece and the Cold War western alliance.” • Roderick Beaton, King’s College London

“No other book on the Greek military dictatorship has taken such a multi-disciplinary approach. The volume is substantively rich, diverse in content, well-researched, and timely.” • Neovi Karakatsanis, Indiana University

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From 1967 to 1974, the military junta ruling Greece attempted a dramatic reshaping of the nation, implementing ideas and policies that, for better or for worse, left an indelible mark on both domestic affairs and international relations. Les mer

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From 1967 to 1974, the military junta ruling Greece attempted a dramatic reshaping of the nation, implementing ideas and policies that, for better or for worse, left an indelible mark on both domestic affairs and international relations. The Greek Military Dictatorship provides a fresh and nuanced reassessment of this era.

Detaljer

Forlag
Berghahn Books
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
398
ISBN
9781800731745
Utgivelsesår
2021
Format
23 x 15 cm

Om forfatteren

Othon Anastasakis is the Director of South East European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX) and Senior Research Fellow at St Antony's College, University of Oxford. His most recent co-edited books include The Legacy of Yugoslavia: Politics, Economy and Society (I.B.Tauris , 2020) and Balkan Legacies of the Great War: The Past Is Never Dead (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).

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«

“This is … collective work … focuses both on foreign relations as well as domestic matters such as economics, ideology, religion, culture, and education. Most of its contributors belong to a younger generation of Greek academics who offer a well-researched, updated account of a contested national story. Their prose is concise, clear, and fluent, and the format of their work is reader friendly.” • International Journal of Military History and Historiography

“Published in the 200th anniversary year of the revolution that launched Greece as a modern European nation-state, this book examines in unprecedented depth and breadth one of the most backward-looking episodes of the country’s history. Contributors from an impressive range of disciplines deploy their expertise to make sense of this bizarre anomaly in the history of both modern Greece and the Cold War western alliance.” • Roderick Beaton, King’s College London

“No other book on the Greek military dictatorship has taken such a multi-disciplinary approach. The volume is substantively rich, diverse in content, well-researched, and timely.” • Neovi Karakatsanis, Indiana University

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