Democracy at gunpoint: the Greek front [by] Andreas Papandreou.


[1st ed.].. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1970.

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Subjects Greece -- Politics and government -- 1935-1967.
Greece.
Grèce - Politique et gouvernement - 1935-1967.
Grèce - Politique et gouvernement - 1967-1974.
Grèce -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1935-1967.
Grèce -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1967-1974.
Griechenland.
Politics and government
Description xv, 365 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Contents Chapter IX: The royal coup of July 16, 1965 -- We reject watertight royal compartments in the government -- The king's letters -- George Papandreou's resignation -- The hot summer -- An assessment of the post-July political situation -- Chapter X: The Paraskevopoulos interlude -- Aspida and the Wicksell lectures -- The rift between the two Papandreous -- My fears are confirmed -- The Paraskevopoulos government fails -- Chapter XI: The coup of April 21, 1967 -- Prelude -- The coup -- Chapter XII: The Cyprus war scare and the king's coup -- The colonels keep their side of the bargain -- The king's coup -- Part Three: The struggle for freedom -- Chapter XIII: From a prison cell -- Waiting for the indictment -- My lawyer is arrested -- The vise tightens -- Christmas as home -- Chapter XIV: The "national revolution" -- How "transitional" is the regime? -- A terrorist regime -- The sociopolitical character of the revolution -- The Greek economy under the Junta -- A view of Greece from Washington -- European attitudes after Czechoslovakia -- Chapter XV: Prospect and retrospect -- The cost of reform -- Looking Ahead -- Envoi.
Introduction: Prolegomenon to a Coup -- Part One: Democracy at gunpoint -- Chapter I: April 21 -- Arrest -- Pikermi -- Averof -- Part Two: The birth and death of a vision -- Chapter II: Prelude to civil war -- The dictatorship of Metaxas -- Some personal reminiscences -- The war comes to Greece -- The National Liberation Front (EAM) Cairo -- Lebanon and Caserta -- The battle of Athens -- The Quislings take over with British support -- Chapter IIIL America takes over from Britain -- The elections, and the return of King George II -- The Americans come to Greece -- Corruptions in the name of the nations -- Chapter IV: Greece becomes a satellite -- America vetoes a militaristic solution -- The Americans promotes Papagos as leader of the right -- A garrison state -- Chapter VI: The task ahead -- Chapter VII: The nightmare of war over Cyprus -- Chapter VIII: From Pericles to Aspida -- Plan Pericles comes before parliament -- I become dangerous to the right -- The frame-up of Aspida
Geographic Area Greece
Network Numbers (OCoLC)67987
(OCoLC)ocm00067987
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WorldCat Identities Papandreou, Andreas George.
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