Debating the Greek 1940s: histories and memories of a conflicting past since the end of the Second World War

  title={Debating the Greek 1940s: histories and memories of a conflicting past since the end of the Second World War},
  author={Manos Avgeridis},
The article examines aspects of the long history of a major field of public debate in the second half of the twentieth century, that of the Greek 1940s, taking as its starting point the recent “history war” in Greece. It attempts to trace histories and memories from the immediate postwar years and to place them within a broader process: the historisation of the Second World War in Europe. In that context, the article begins by exploring one part of the initial efforts to form a European history… 
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