Armed collaboration in Greece, 1941–1944

  title={Armed collaboration in Greece, 1941–1944},
  author={Stathis N. Kalyvas},
  journal={European Review of History: Revue europ{\'e}enne d'histoire},
  pages={129 - 142}
  • S. Kalyvas
  • Published 1 April 2008
  • Sociology
  • European Review of History: Revue européenne d'histoire
In this paper a particular strand of collaboration in occupied Greece is explored: military or armed collaboration. The available evidence is reviewed and several puzzles raised by armed collaboration in Greece are discussed: its geographical distribution, size, timing, relation to prewar politics and cleavages, and the motivations of officers and rank-and-file who served in collaborationist militias. A statistical analysis is then presented using data from a regional study conducted in Greece… 
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