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Review of Rika Benveniste's, Αυτοί που επέζησαν; Dimitris Kousouris', Δίκες των δοσίλογων, 1944-1949; Menelaos Haralabidis', Δεκεμβριανά 1944; Polymeris Voglis', Η αδύνατη επανάσταση

Kostis Karpozilos
Kostis Karpozilos

Abstract


Rika Benveniste. Αυτοί που επέζησαν: Αντίσταση, εκτόπιση, επιστροφή. Θεσσαλονικείς Εβραίοι στη δεκαετία του 1940 [Those who survived: Resistance, deportation, return. Thessaloniki Jews in the 1940s]. Athens: Polis, 2014. 444 pp.
Dimitris Kousouris. Δίκες των δοσίλογων 1944-1949: Δικαιοσύνη, συνέχεια του κράτους και εθνική μνήμη [Trials of the collaborators, 1944-49: justice, state continuity and national memory]. Athens: Polis, 2014. 688 pp.
Menelaos Haralabidis. Δεκεμβριανά 1944: Η μάχη της Αθήνας [December events, 1944: The battle of Athens]. Athens: Alexandria, 2014. 374 pp.
Polymeris Voglis. Η αδύνατη επανάσταση: Η κοινωνική δυναμική του εμφυλίου πολέμου [The impossible revolution: the social dynamics of civil war]. Athens: Alexandria, 2014. 424 pp.


Keywords


Second World War; Occupation; Communist Party of Greece; Greek Civil War; Jews; Holocaust; Resistance; Collaboration;

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References


Sfikas, Thanasis D., and Anna Mahera. “Does the Iliad need an Agamemnon version? History, politics and the Greek 1940s.” Historein 11 (2011): 80–98.


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