Britain and the Resistance Movements of Yugoslavia and Greece, 1941–5
The story of British policy — or policies — towards the various resistance movements or groups in Yugoslavia, Greece and Albania seemed a matter of muddle and inconsistency and conflict. Yet, in the light of overall war strategy and the development of Anglo-Soviet relations, it had its own logic and even inevitability.
KeywordsResistance Force Resistance Movement Unite Government Greek Government Resistance Leader
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