Thursday, May 24, 2012

Book - "Inside the Colonels' Greece" by the anonymous 'Athenian' - translated by R. Clogg 1972 - (133 Names)



The book "Inside the Colonels' Greece" by an anonymous 'Athenian', translated and with an introduction by Richard Clogg.  It was published English in 1972 London by Chatto & Windus.  (Originally published in French under the title Verite sur la Grece by La Cite, Editeur, Lausanne)

I have included a Synopsis from the dust jacket, the Table of Contents, and the 133 Names mentioned in this book below for your reference.

This book is available through the U.S. Inter-library loan program, you can work with your local library to obtain a copy.


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SYNOPSIS

"The years since the military junta seized power in Greece in April 1967 have witnessed a surprising upsurge of interest in present day Greece.  But in the barrage of propaganda that has ensued, the underlying realities of life under military rule have been largely obscured.  Much of the comment from all sides has been sensational, and seldom based on a first-hand experience of life in Greece today.

"Now, however, the anonymous author of Inside the Colonels' Greece has filled an important gap in the literature available about his troubled country.  For the first time an attempt has been made to provide a comprehensive, considered, and objective account of the many fundamental changes that have been and are being wrought by the colonels in almost all areas of Greek life.  The author is no foreign observer or emigre, but a Greek who has lived in Greece since the coup, and his book provides the essential background to the drama that is currently being played out in Greece.  It is a profound and well documented analysis of internal developments in a country closely tied to the West, and one which is occupying an increasingly important place in the military strategy of the Western alliance.

"Mr. Clogg's introduction summarises the events that have taken place in Greece since the book was first published"

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Translator's Introduction
Author's Preface

PART I - THE PAST, OR HOW IT ALL CAME ABOUT
1.  The Roots of Liberty:  until 1936
2.  Liberty stifled:  1936-1944
3.  Liberty threatened:  1944-1949
4.  Liberty in Tutelage:  1950-1963
5.  Towards complete Liberty:  1963-1965
6.  Liberty condemned:  1965-1967
7.  Who was responsible?

PART II - THE PRESENT, OR WHAT IT IS LIKE
1.  The 'Smith' Dictatorship
2.  The Stranglehold on Public Life
3.  Justice
4.  Education
5.  The Control of Information
6.  Government and the New Ruling Caste
7.  Style and Ideology
8.  The Great Fear
9.  The Resistance
10.  Repression

PART III - THE FUTURE, OR HOW TO GET RID OF THEM
1.  The Illusion of Gradual Evolution
2.  The Utopia of the Ideal Revolution
3.  A Realistic Strategy
4.  The Role of Europe

Notes
Index

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NAMES MENTIONED IN BOOK

Akritas, Sylva - Mrs.
Anghelis - General
Antonakos - General
Apostolidis, Renos
Arnaoutis - Mayor
Aslanidis - Colonel
Averoff, Evangelos
Beloyannis, Nikos
Brillakis, Andonis
Cateforis, George
Constantine I, King
Constantine II, King
Deros, General
Despotopoulos, Professor
Diakoumakos, Colonel
Drossos, George
Engolfopoulos - Admiral
Evrighenis - Professor
Filias, Vasilis
Floros, Prosecutor
Frangopoulos, Theophilos
Garoufalias, Petros
Georgalas, George
George I, King
George II, King
Chennimatas, General
Ieronymous, Archbishop
Ioannidis, Colonel
Iordanidis, George - General
Kaloudis, Nikolaos
Kamberis, udge
Kanellopoulos, Panayotis
Karamanlis, Constantine
Karapanos, President
Karayorgas, Professor Dionysios
Kardamakis, General
Karydas, Colonel
Kavounidis, George
Kefallinos, Talbot
Kehagias, General
Kiziridis, Constantine
Kokkas, Panos
Kollias, Attorney-General
Kollias, General
Koniotakis, General
Konofagos, Captain
Konstantopoulos, Savvas
Kotsonis, Ieronymos
Kourkoulakos, General
Krimpas, George
Ladas, Colonel Ioannis
Lambrakis, Christos
Lambrias, Panayotis
Lengheris, General
Liapis, Major
Makarezos, Colonel
Manessis, Professor Aristovoulos
Mangakis, George
Mangakis, Professor George
Mangakis, Mrs.
Markezinis, Spyros
Maronitis, Dimitrios
Mavros, George
Metaxas, Ioannis
Mitsotakis, Constantine
Mitsou, General
Mylonas, George
Myrivilis, Stratis
Niarchos, Stavros
Notaras, Gerassimos
Onassis, Aristotle
Opropoulos - Colonel
Panagoulis, Alexander
Panourghias, General
Papadonikolakis, George
Papadopoulos, Charalambos
Papadopoulos, George
Papafstratiou, Dimitrios
Papagos, Marshal
Papakonstantinou, Theophylaktos
Papandreou, Andreas
Papandreou, George
Papas, Irene
Papaspyrou, Dimitrios
Papaterpos, Colonel
Papathanassiou, Aspasia
Pappas, Tom
Patilis, General
Peridis, General
Pesmazoglou, Professor John
Pipinelis, Panayotis
Plastiras, General
Pnevmatikos, Major
Protopapas, Charalambos
Psarros - Colonel
Resnais, Alain
Ritsos, Mayor of Athens
Ritsos, Yannis
Romaios, George
Roufogalis - Colonel
Rougheris, Christos
Rozakis - Admiral
Sartzetakis, Christos
Seferis, George
Spandidakis, General
Stamatopoulos, Vyron
Starakis, Jean
Stefanopoulos, Stefanos
Svoronos, N.
Synodinou, Anna
Tenekidis, Professor
Thanos, Constantine
Theodorakis, Mikis
Theofiloyannakos, Major
Theotokas, George
Tsakonas, D.
Tsarouchas, George
Tsepapadakis, General
Tsichlis, General
Tzannetis - General
Vardoulakis, General
Vassilikos, Vasilis
Vegleris, Professor Phaedon
Vellianitis, General
Veloukhiotis, Aris
Venizelos, Eleftherios
Venizelos, Sophocles
Vlachou, Helen
Yannopoulos, Evangelos
Zervas, General
Zervoyannis, Colonel
Zighdis, Ioannis
Zoitakis - General
Zolotas, Xenophon - Professor
Zorzovilis, Zenon




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