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The Gemini Plot : A Sea Novel of World War II

By Collenette,Eric J.

London: William Kimber., 1985. Adventures in submarines and salvage in the Aegean during WW II. Clean crisp copy - looks unread. 1st UK Edition. Hard Cover. As New/As New.

$25.00

Spies of the Balkans

By Furst, Alan

New York: Gale, 2011. Greece, 1940. In the port city of Salonika, with its wharves and brothels, dark alleys and Turkish mansions, a tense political drama is being played out. "Spies of the Balkans" is a stunning novel about a man who risks everything to fight back against the world's evil. Set in Greece in 1940, this powerful WWII thriller focuses on Costa Zannis, a senior Salonika police official known for his honesty and ability to settle matters "before they got out of hand." As the Nazis' intentions for Europe's Jews becomes clear, Zannis goes out of his way to aid refugees seeking to escape Germany. When Mussolini's troops invade Greece, Zannis joins the army, where he meets Capt. Marko Pavlic, who as a policeman in Zagreb investigated crimes committed by the Ustashi, Croatian fascists. With their similar politics, Zannis and Pavlic soon become friends and allies. Subtle details foreshadow the coming crimes perpetrated by the Nazis in the Balkans.. Reissue. Trade Paperback. New. Large Type.

$15.00

O Megalos Peripatos Tou Petrou /Petros' War [IN GREEK]

By Zei, Alki

Athens: Kedros, 1977. Moving story of the Nazi occupation of Greece and the children who resisted the Nazis.Text clan and neat. Minimal marks of library ownership, original wraps a little scuffed . Reprint. French Wraps. Good>Very Good. Ex-Library.

$12.50

Spies of the Balkans
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Spies of the Balkans

By Furst, Alan

New York: Random House, 2011. Greece, 1940. In the port city of Salonika, with its wharves and brothels, dark alleys and Turkish mansions, a tense political drama is being played out. "Spies of the Balkans" is a stunning novel about a man who risks everything to fight back against the world's evil. Set in Greece in 1940, this powerful WWII thriller from Furst (The Spies of Warsaw) focuses on Costa Zannis, a senior Salonika police official known for his honesty and ability to settle matters "before they got out of hand." As the Nazis' intentions for Europe's Jews becomes clear, Zannis goes out of his way to aid refugees seeking to escape Germany. When Mussolini's troops invade Greece, Zannis joins the army, where he meets Capt. Marko Pavlic, who as a policeman in Zagreb investigated crimes committed by the Ustashi, Croatian fascists. With their similar politics, Zannis and Pavlic soon become friends and allies. Subtle details foreshadow the coming crimes perpetrated by the Nazis in the Balkans. For example, Zannis learns from a colleague that someone has been taking photos of the contents of a synagogue so that the Germans can more easily identify what to plunder. . First Pbk.Ed.. Trade Paperback. New.

$12.50

Falconera

By Ladas, Alexis

Athens: Lycabettus Press, 2010. 'The remote, uninhabited island of Falconera almost half way between Athens and Crete is the focus of daring exploits in the last months of World War II. If the German munitions fleet succeeds in reinforcing the German army on Crete the Occupation will continue, prolonging the war. The British navy can stop this fleet only if they can locate it, information that only can be provided by a small schooner from the Greek Schooner Raiding Flotilla. The story is fiction but the setting real. The author, Alexis Ladas, was a 24 year old captain on a Greek Raiding Schooner in 1944. The little known Greek Schooner Raiding Flotilla in World War II; its bases in Alexandria, Egypt and Deremen, Turkey; its only slightly disguised commander; and the feelings of the book’s hero in war were very real indeed. The author wrote what he lived. On one level, this book is a gripping romance and a suspense-filled tale of action. It is also a fount of information about the Aegean, sailing in the Aegean, and Greek sailing lore." 318 pages, 4 maps . 1st Greek Ed.. Soft Cover. New Book from Greece.

$35.00

Falconera

By Ladas, Alexis

Athens: Lycabettus Press, 2010. 'The remote, uninhabited island of Falconera almost half way between Athens and Crete is the focus of daring exploits in the last months of World War II. If the German munitions fleet succeeds in reinforcing the German army on Crete the Occupation will continue, prolonging the war. The British navy can stop this fleet only if they can locate it, information that only can be provided by a small schooner from the Greek Schooner Raiding Flotilla. The story is fiction but the setting real. The author, Alexis Ladas, was a 24 year old captain on a Greek Raiding Schooner in 1944. The little known Greek Schooner Raiding Flotilla in World War II; its bases in Alexandria, Egypt and Deremen, Turkey; its only slightly disguised commander; and the feelings of the book’s hero in war were very real indeed. The author wrote what he lived. On one level, this book is a gripping romance and a suspense-filled tale of action. It is also a fount of information about the Aegean, sailing in the Aegean, and Greek sailing lore." 318 pages, 4 maps . 1st Greek Ed.. Soft Cover. New Book from Greece.

$35.00

Falconera

By Ladas, Alexis

Athens: Lycabettus Press, 2010. 'The remote, uninhabited island of Falconera almost half way between Athens and Crete is the focus of daring exploits in the last months of World War II. If the German munitions fleet succeeds in reinforcing the German army on Crete the Occupation will continue, prolonging the war. The British navy can stop this fleet only if they can locate it, information that only can be provided by a small schooner from the Greek Schooner Raiding Flotilla. The story is fiction but the setting real. The author, Alexis Ladas, was a 24 year old captain on a Greek Raiding Schooner in 1944. The little known Greek Schooner Raiding Flotilla in World War II; its bases in Alexandria, Egypt and Deremen, Turkey; its only slightly disguised commander; and the feelings of the book’s hero in war were very real indeed. The author wrote what he lived. On one level, this book is a gripping romance and a suspense-filled tale of action. It is also a fount of information about the Aegean, sailing in the Aegean, and Greek sailing lore." 318 pages, 4 maps . 1st Greek Ed.. Soft Cover. New Book from Greece.

$35.00

To Dipli Biblio : Mythistorema (IN GREEK)

By Hatzis,Dimitris

Athens: Ekdoseis Kastaniotis, 1977. Pages clean and and crisp, paper wraps scuffed . Stamp of Greek bookstore on title page, donor note on back of title page . 2nd.ed.. French Wraps. Very Good.

$25.00

A New Kind of War

By Price, Anthony

London: Guild Publishing, 1987. A story of treachery and loyalties within British army intelligence in 1945 from Delphi, Greece to the Teutoburg Forest in Germany.. BCE. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

$10.00

The Angry Hills

By Uris,Leon

New York: Bantam Books, 1984. Exciting story of an American trying to elude capture by the Gestapo in Greece during WW II. Pbk. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$5.00

Apartment in Athens.

By Westcott,Glenway

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1945. Now [2011] a movie by director/producer Ruggero Dipaola ' (Appartamento ad Atene). "... in this story about a Greek couple in Nazi-occupied Athens who must share their living quarters with a German officer, Wescott stages an intense and unsettling drama of accommodation and rejection, resistance and compulsion--an account of political oppression and spiritual struggle that is also a parable about the costs of closeted identity. a moving novel about effect of the Nazi occupation on the Athenians.". BCE. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$12.50

The Guns of Navarone
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The Guns of Navarone

By Maclean,Alastair

London: Fontana, 1078. Adeventure in Greece in WW II - basis of movie (Clean and neat, but pages starting to seperate. Mass Market Paperback. Good.

$4.00

The Angry Hills

By Uris,Leon

New York: Signet, 1955. Exciting story of an American trying to elude capture by the Gestapo in Greece during WW II. Pbk. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$5.00

The Angry Hills

By Uris,Leon

New York: Bantam Books, 1984. Exciting story of an American trying to elude capture by the Gestapo in Greece during WW II. Pbk. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$5.00

The Angry Hills

By Uris,Leon

New York: Bantam Books, 1984. Exciting story of an American trying to elude capture by the Gestapo in Greece during WW II. Pbk. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$5.00

The Guns of Navarone
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The Guns of Navarone

By Maclean,Alastair

London: Fontana, 1959. Adeventure in Greece in WW II - basis of movie Vintage pbk. Reprint. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$5.00

The Angry Hills

By Uris,Leon

New York: Bantam Books, 1984. Exciting story of an American trying to elude capture by the Gestapo in Greece during WW II. Pbk. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$5.00

The Guns of Navarone
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The Guns of Navarone

By Maclean,Alastair

London: Fontana, 1965. Adeventure in Greece in WW II - basis of movie . Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$5.00

Escape to Athena

By Blake,Patrick

London: Fontana, 1979. Rousing adventure in 1944 on a Greek island where the occupying Nazis are faced by a motley crew of heroes - novel of the movie (Based on a story by Richard S.Lochte and George P.Cosmatos, screenplay by Edward Anhalt and Richard S.Hocte.) Pbk.252p. Condition : Good. . Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$5.00

The Angry Hills

By Uris,Leon

New York: Bantam Books, 1984. Exciting story of an American trying to elude capture by the Gestapo in Greece during WW II. Pbk. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$5.00

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