The Axis Occupation and Civil War: Changing Trends in Greek Historiography, 1941–2002

  title={The Axis Occupation and Civil War: Changing Trends in Greek Historiography, 1941–2002},
  author={Nikos Marantzidis and Giorgos Antoniou},
  journal={Journal of Peace Research},
  pages={223 - 231}
This article examines the literature on the Greek Civil War and evaluates the changing trends on the field. Based on over 1,800 entries, it reassesses and describes the qualitative characteristics of the literature, connecting the production with the political implications and conjunctions of the Cold War era, Greek politics and the post-Cold War period. Scholarly research has mainly examined the international and domestic level of political actions, mainly through a single point of view of… Expand
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