Thursday, February 23, 2012

Becoming a Subject: Political Prisoners during the Greek Civil War



"Becoming a Subject:  Political Prisoners during the Greek Civil War"
by Polymeris Voglis
Published 2002 by Berghahn Books
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Below you will find:
Book Description
Table of Contents
115 Greek Names Mentioned in this book
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If you are interested in this book and live in the United States, you can read a copy for free by ordering it through your local libraries inter-library loan program.
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Book Description courtesy of Amazon.com
“Focusing on the Greek Civil War (1946-1949), the last major conflict in Europe before the end of the Cold War, this study examines the political prisoners whose fate encapsulates the dramatic conflicts and contradictions of that dark era. Based on new sources such as prisoners' letters, memoirs, and official reports, the author describes the life of the prisoners and the effect the prison administration and the prisoners' collective had on their personality. Drawing comparisons to political prisoners in Germany and Spain, the author sheds new light on our understanding of the ideologies and policies and their effect on individuals, which marked European history in the 20th century.”

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART ONE – FROM POLITICAL REPRESSION TO POLITICAL EXCLUSION
Chapter 1:  THE PHONOMENON OF POLITICAL PRISONERS – Political Prisoners in the Interwar Authoritarian Regimes – Political Prisoners under Socialism
Chapter 2:  LEGACIES - The First Signs of Political Exclusion – The Dictatorship of Ioannis Metaxas – Occupation and Resistance
Chapter 3:  THE CIVIL WAR:  A CASE OF “NATION-STATE-REBUILDING” – 1945-1946 The “White Terror” – 1946-1949 Institutionalized Exclusion – The Elusive Subject
Chapter 4:  EMBLEMS OF THE CIVIL WAR:  DECLARATIONS OF REPENTANCE – The Misguided – The Renegades – The Public Topos
PART TWO:  THE BODY AND THE PSYCHE IN PAIN 
Chapter 5:  A CONFINED LIFE – Exile – Prisons – Camps
Chapter 6:  THE DOMAIN OF DEPRIVATION – Presence – Absence – “Send Us your Body in a Picture”
Chapter 7:  PROBING THE LIMITS OF THE OTHER – Torture – Solitary Confinement
Chapter 8:  “EVERYTHING COMES TO AN END” – Dying Slowly – Unexpected Death – Executions
PART THREE:  PRISON AS A FIELD OF CONFLICT
Chapter 9:  TRANSFORMING PRISON – Activities – Feasts – Tearing Down the Walls
Chapter 10:  FORMS OF RESISTANCE – “Not Struck by the Enthusiasm of the Audience” – Protests in Prisons – Hunger Strikes
Chapter 11:  THE POLITICS OF COUNTERPOWER – Becoming Communist – Constructing Power;  The Party Mechanism – Us and Them:  The Dissidents
EPILOGUE:  AFTER PRISON

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LIST OF GREEK NAMES
Aiginitis
Ailianos, Michael
Akrivos
Alexandrou, Aris
Alivizatos, Nikos
Anagnostakis, Manolis
Bairaktaris, Georgios
Balas, Stelios
Beikos, Georgoulas
Bouzakis, Emmanuel
Braziotikos, Nikos
Charalambidis, Evgenios
Chatzivasileiou, Chrysa
Derveki, Giorgos
Derveki, Loula
Diamantis
Dogkas, Makis
Eleftheriadou, Koula
Feidaris, Takis
Filippou
Gakis, Thanasis
Georgantis, Konstantinos
Giannopoulos, Giorgos
Gini, Eirini
Glastras, Georgios
Glezos, Manolis
Glinos, Dimitris
Glykofrydis, Stylianos
Ioannidis, Giannis
Kafandaris, Georgios
Kafetzis, Vasileios
Kalaitzakis
Kalemis, Georgios
Kapenis, Thanasis
Katopodi, Dina
Katsareas
Kokkas, Lambros
Kordatos, Giannis
Kornaros, Stylianos
Kouderi, Anastasia
Koutsonikou, Georgia
Kyriacopoulos, Vasileios
Kyrkos, Michalis
Ladas, Christos
Lambou, Alexandros
Leontiadou, Mairi
Leousis
Loulis, Alkiviadis
Makridis, Orestis
Maltezos, Christos
Mamali, Giorgos
Mamali, Stathis
Mamali, Stergios (Demos)
Mamali, Zoe
Maniadakis, Konstantinos
Manolkidou-Vetta, Fani
Mara-Michalakea, Dimitra
Margaritis, Giorgos
Martopoulou, Nika
Mavros, Georgios
Metaxas, Ioannis
Missios, Chronis
Moutsogiannis, Stratis
Mylonas, Konstantinos
Nefeloudis, Vasilis
Ntakou, Aristeidis
Ntakou, Koula
Papachristou, Christos
Papadimitropoulos, Ioannis
Papageorgiou, Andreas
Papagiannopoulos
Papandreou, George
Paparigas, Dimitris
Papaspyrou, Dimitrios
Petroulaki, Eirini
Plastiras, Nikolaos
Politis, Giannis
Prokopios, Stylianos
Psaromytas, Taxiarchis
Rallis, Ioannis
Rodakis, Pericles
Rotas, Vasilis
Santas, Apostolos
Sapranidis, Theocharis
Sideri, Maria
Sidiropoulou, Ismini
Skaloumbakas, Giannis
Skarpeti, Eleni
Sklavainas, Stelios
Sofoulis, Themistocles
Soliotis
Sotiropoulos, Dimitris
Sotiropoulos, Eirini
Stavridis, Pavlos
Stavropoulos, Ioannis
Stefanou, Pagona
Stratos, Georgios
Tavoularis, Anastasios
Timogiannakis, Panagiotis
Tsaldaris, Konstantinos
Tsatalas
Tsouderos, Emmanuel
Tzavelas
Vardinogiannis, Vardis
Vareias, G.
Varnalis, Kostas
Vasilopoulos, Antonios
Vasilopoulos, Theodoros
Velouchiotis, Aris
Vidalis, Panagiotis
Vizirtzis, Ioannis
Votanis, Kostas
Voutsinos, Stylianos
Zachariadis, Nikos
Zervas, Napoleon
Zevgos, Giannis


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