Saturday, May 12, 2012

Book "Ten Days to Destiny: The Battle for Crete 1941" by Kiriakopoulos - Table of Contents and Greek Names


The book "Ten Days to Destiny:  The Battle for Crete 1941" by G. C. Kiriakopoulos was published in 1985 by Scholastic Library Publishing.

Below you will find the 11 Greek names mentioned in the book along with the Table of Contents.  This book is available through the U.S. Inter-library loan program, you can work with your local library to obtain a copy.


NAMES
Argyropoulos - Sergeant
Emorfopoulos, Athanasios 
Gregorakis, Eleni
Gregorakis, Maria
Gregorakis, Spiro
Gregoriou - Lieutenant Colonel
Psychoundakis, George
Tsouderos, Emmanuel
Tsiotis, Athanasios
Vlahakis, Spiro
Volanis, George



TABLE OF CONTENTS


Preface
Prologue


PART ONE - THE ADVENT
Chapter One - "No, It is War!"
Chapter Two - War Comes to the Land of Minos
Chapter Three - Mercury is Born
Chapter Four - "Determine the Next German Objective"
Chapter Five - "Any Day After the Seventeenth"
Chapter Six - Scorcher on Colorado
Chapter Seven - "Just a Circle on the Map"
Chapter Eight - The Hunters from the Sky
Chapter Nine - It Is Only a Rumor


PART TWO - THE ATTACK
Chapter Ten - Mercury Is Airborne
Chapter Eleven - "They Are Coming!"
Chapter Twelve - "It Was Like a Terrible Dream"
Chapter Thirteen - "It Was Magnificent, But It Is Not War"
Chapter Fourteen - "That the German Shall Not Pass!"
Chapter Fifteen - "With Axes, With Shovels, and With Their Bare Hands"
Chapter Sixteen - "Hence, They Have to Preserve My Head"
Chapter Seventeen - "Be Back by 4:30 p.m."
Chapter Eighteen - "If You Must, Then You Must"


PART THREE - THE AFTERMATH
Chapter Nineteen - "Press on Regardless"
Chapter Twenty - "It Has Been a Great Responsibility"
Chapter Twenty-one - "The Whole World is Watching Your Splendid Battle"
Chapter Twenty-two - "Malta Would Control the Mediterranean"
Chapter Twenty-three - "Stand for New Zealand!"
Chapter Twenty-four - "Why Is Crete Still Resisting?"
Chapter Twenty-five - "300 Years to Build a New Tradition"
Chapter Twenty-six - "Crete Has Become the Graveyard of the German Paratrooper"


Epilogue
Notes
Bibliography




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