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Gods and Heroes

By Kubly,Hubert

New York: Doubleday, 1969 Thoughtful and well written account of people and events in Greece just before the coup of 1967 - by an observant well-disposed American. "A book that isa rich and complex panorama of people, places, ideas and feelings touching all facets of Greek life, an unusually revealing picture of a land many see but few really know." 437p.,ap.plates.index.. 1st.US Edition.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good, Slight Chips & Tear.

$12.00

Escape from Amorgos

By Mylonas, George

New York: Scribners, 1974 Story of the enforced political exile on the island of Amorgos of a Greek politician by the junta and his eventual escape.(minor signs of library ownership). 1st.US Ed... Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Ex-Library.

$15.00

The Hill of Kronos

By Levi,Peter

New York: Dutton, 1980 In "The Hill of Kronos", Peter Levi paints a radiant portrait of the Greece he came to know through a lifetime of exploration. As a young scholar he sought out its ancient spirit, the keys to its mythology and civilisation, in its ruined cities and majestic mountains. Later, as a priest working as a diplomat and a friend of the oppressed, he lived in Athens through the dark days of the dictatorship. Then the sinews of political life led back to secret alliances made during the civil war and the earlier occupation of Greece, back to murder, starvation and corpse-filled quarries. Lastly, it is seen through the mature eyes of a family man, with the ripened sensibility of an acclaimed poet. This is a precious fusion of experience, a gift of insight from one philhellene to all those who have come to love Greece. A very interesting and insightful book about Greece and the Greek people he got to know (and to help during the Junta years). 1st.US Ed... Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Illus. by Illustrations by George Murray.

$10.00

The Hill of Kronos

By Levi,Peter

London: Zenith, 1983 In "The Hill of Kronos", Peter Levi paints a radiant portrait of the Greece he came to know through a lifetime of exploration. As a young scholar he sought out its ancient spirit, the keys to its mythology and civilisation, in its ruined cities and majestic mountains. Later, as a priest working as a diplomat and a friend of the oppressed, he lived in Athens through the dark days of the dictatorship. Then the sinews of political life led back to secret alliances made during the civil war and the earlier occupation of Greece, back to murder, starvation and corpse-filled quarries. Lastly, it is seen through the mature eyes of a family man, with the ripened sensibility of an acclaimed poet. This is a precious fusion of experience, a gift of insight from one philhellene to all those who have come to love Greece.A very interesting and insightful book about Greece and the Greek people he got to know (and to help during the Junta years) 222p. index. Trade Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Illustrations by George Murray.

$5.00

The Hill of Kronos

By Levi,Peter

London: Arena, 1987 In "The Hill of Kronos", Peter Levi paints a radiant portrait of the Greece he came to know through a lifetime of exploration. As a young scholar he sought out its ancient spirit, the keys to its mythology and civilisation, in its ruined cities and majestic mountains. Later, as a priest working as a diplomat and a friend of the oppressed, he lived in Athens through the dark days of the dictatorship. Then the sinews of political life led back to secret alliances made during the civil war and the earlier occupation of Greece, back to murder, starvation and corpse-filled quarries. Lastly, it is seen through the mature eyes of a family man, with the ripened sensibility of an acclaimed poet. This is a precious fusion of experience, a gift of insight from one philhellene to all those who have come to love Greece..A very interesting and insightful book about Greece and the Greek people he got to know (and to help during the Junta years) 222p. index. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. Illus. by Illustrations by George Murray.

$6.00

The Hill of Kronos

By Levi,Peter

London: Arena, 1987 In "The Hill of Kronos", Peter Levi paints a radiant portrait of the Greece he came to know through a lifetime of exploration. As a young scholar he sought out its ancient spirit, the keys to its mythology and civilisation, in its ruined cities and majestic mountains. Later, as a priest working as a diplomat and a friend of the oppressed, he lived in Athens through the dark days of the dictatorship. Then the sinews of political life led back to secret alliances made during the civil war and the earlier occupation of Greece, back to murder, starvation and corpse-filled quarries. Lastly, it is seen through the mature eyes of a family man, with the ripened sensibility of an acclaimed poet. This is a precious fusion of experience, a gift of insight from one philhellene to all those who have come to love Greece." A very interesting and insightful book about Greece and the Greek people he got to know (and to help during the Junta years) 222p. index. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. Illus. by Illustrations by George Murray.

$6.00

The Hill of Kronos

By Levi,Peter

London: Collins, 1980 In "The Hill of Kronos", Peter Levi paints a radiant portrait of the Greece he came to know through a lifetime of exploration. As a young scholar he sought out its ancient spirit, the keys to its mythology and civilisation, in its ruined cities and majestic mountains. Later, as a priest working as a diplomat and a friend of the oppressed, he lived in Athens through the dark days of the dictatorship. Then the sinews of political life led back to secret alliances made during the civil war and the earlier occupation of Greece, back to murder, starvation and corpse-filled quarries. Lastly, it is seen through the mature eyes of a family man, with the ripened sensibility of an acclaimed poet. This is a precious fusion of experience, a gift of insight from one philhellene to all those who have come to love Greece. A very interesting and insightful book about Greece and the Greek people he got to know (and to help during the Junta years) 222p. illus (B & W drawings) index. Spine of dj sun faded, else fine.. 1st UK Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. Illus. by Illustrations by George Murray.

$20.00

The Hill of Kronos

By Levi,Peter

New York: Dutton, 1980 In "The Hill of Kronos", Peter Levi paints a radiant portrait of the Greece he came to know through a lifetime of exploration. As a young scholar he sought out its ancient spirit, the keys to its mythology and civilisation, in its ruined cities and majestic mountains. Later, as a priest working as a diplomat and a friend of the oppressed, he lived in Athens through the dark days of the dictatorship. Then the sinews of political life led back to secret alliances made during the civil war and the earlier occupation of Greece, back to murder, starvation and corpse-filled quarries. Lastly, it is seen through the mature eyes of a family man, with the ripened sensibility of an acclaimed poet. This is a precious fusion of experience, a gift of insight from one philhellene to all those who have come to love Greece. A very interesting and insightful book about Greece and the Greek people he got to know (and to help during the Junta years) Spine of dj just starting to tan. 22p. illus (B & W drawings) index. 1st.US Ed... Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Illustrations by George Murray.

$15.00

The Hill of Kronos

By Levi,Peter

London: Collins, 1980 In "The Hill of Kronos", Peter Levi paints a radiant portrait of the Greece he came to know through a lifetime of exploration. As a young scholar he sought out its ancient spirit, the keys to its mythology and civilisation, in its ruined cities and majestic mountains. Later, as a priest working as a diplomat and a friend of the oppressed, he lived in Athens through the dark days of the dictatorship. Then the sinews of political life led back to secret alliances made during the civil war and the earlier occupation of Greece, back to murder, starvation and corpse-filled quarries. Lastly, it is seen through the mature eyes of a family man, with the ripened sensibility of an acclaimed poet. This is a precious fusion of experience, a gift of insight from one philhellene to all those who have come to love Greece. A very interesting and insightful book about Greece and the Greek people he got to know (and to help during the Junta years) 222p. illus (B & W drawings) index. Spine of dj sun faded, else fine.. 1st UK Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. Illus. by Illustrations by George Murray.

$20.00

The Singing Cells : Modern Greek Poems

By Richmond, John & McCarthy, Brian

Montreal: Ingluvin Press, 1970 Iintroducion by Paolo Vivante. Translations by John Richmoind and Brian Mcarthy "This selection of modern Greek poetry stems from a particular political event: the overthrow of the democratic government of Greece ... on 21st, April 1967." [They were] selected by the Canadian Committee for Democracy in Greece. Proceeds from the sale of the book will be in support of the Committee" It includes poems by Nikos Engonopoulos, George Seferis, Angelos Sikelianos, Yiannis Ritsos, Tassos Spiropoulos, Pantelis Trogadis, Rita Boumi-Papa, Costas Kariotakis, Leon Koukoulas, Menelaos Loundemis,Tassos Livadtitis, Nanos Valaoritis, Eleni Paidoussi, Tasso Denegris, Nikiforos Vrettakos. 52p. . 1st Canadian Edition.. Original Wraps. Fine.

$35.00

A Crowded Heart (UK Title : Father Dancing : An Invented Memoir
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A Crowded Heart (UK Title : Father Dancing : An Invented Memoir

By Papandreou, Nick (Nicholas)

New York: Picador USA, 1998 In this remarkable account of growing up in Greece,Nick Papandreou mixes fact and fiction to explore a crowded past, his childhood, his family,and particularly his father and grandfather,both Prime Ministers of their country.. 1st US Ed... Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket.

$12.50

A Crowded Heart (UK Title : Father Dancing : An Invented Memoir
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A Crowded Heart (UK Title : Father Dancing : An Invented Memoir

By Papandreou, Nick (Nicholas)

New York: Picador USA, 1998 "In this remarkable account of growing up in Greece,Nick Papandreou mixes fact and fiction to explore a crowded past, his childhood, his family,and particularly his father and grandfather,both Prime Ministers of their country.. 1st US Ed... Hard Cover. New/New.

$20.00

The Method : a Personal Account of the Tortures in Greece

By Korovessis,Pericles

London: Allison & Busby, 1970 Horrifying and disturbing account of the strong arm tactics and torture used by the Greek Junta. 86p. Usual marks of library ownership, some pages slightly crumpled, but text clean and tight.. 1st.UK Ed... Hard Cover. Good/Good. Illus. by Trans. Les Nightingale & Catherine Patrakis. Ex-Library.

$22.50

Metamorphosis of Greece since World War II

By McNeill,William Hardy

Chicago: University of Chicago Pr., 1978 Analysis of the remarkable economic & social recovery of Greece from the devastation of WW II and the Civil War. Also brief but insightful survey of post-war Greek politics until the 1970's. 264p.Footnotes.Tables.Index.. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good, Price Clipped.

$95.00

Gia ti Demokratia kai tin Kypro Tesseres Mines Agonia Stis E.P.A

By Zigdi, Ioanni G [Zighdis, John G]

Athens: Ekdoseis Papazisi, 1975 The author was an economist, a member of he Greek parliament and Minister of Industry duing the post-war reconstruction of Greece. He was imprisoned by the Junta, later, in exile, he went to the USA to testify before the Committee on Foreign Affairs Congress on March 24 1974 regarding "American Policy toward Greece" This book reflects that experience and also his support of the Cypriots after the Turkish Invasion in July 1974. 464p. illus, There is an inscripton by the author to Professor Adamantia Pollis on the ffep. [Not listed in Worldcat]. Signed by Author. 1st Greek Ed.. French Wraps. Very Good.

$95.00

The Death Of A Democracy : Greece and the American Conscience

By Rousseas, Stephen

Grove Press, 1967 " A personal and political friend of .Andreas Papandreou discloses . "the hitherto unrevealed facts about the April 21, 1967 military coup which demolished democracy in Greece. 268p.. 1st US Ed... Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.

$75.00

Metamorphosis of Greece since World War II

By McNeill,William Hardy

Chicago: University of Chicago Pr., 1978 Analysis of the remarkable economic & social recovery of Greece from the devastation of WW II and the Civil War. Also brief but insightful survey of post-war Greek politics until the 1970's. 264p.Footnotes.Tables.Index. . Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good, Price Clipped.

$75.00

He Hellas tou Karamanlis (Prologos Konstantinou Tsatsou)

By Genevoix,Maurice

Atehns: I. Sideris, 1092 Personal and political biography of Karamanlis - including a survey of political events in Grece until the take over of the Junta. 273p.Shabby , worn, ex-library copy with usual marks, but text complete. 1st Greek Edition.. Library Binding. Fair. Ex-Library.

$10.00

Democracy at Gunpoint : The Greek Front.

By Papandreou, Andreas G

Garden City: Doubleday, 1970 Papandreou's own account of the events leading up to April 21st.1967 and the rule of the military junta, and his own imprisonment and eventual release. 338p.. 1st UK Edition.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good, Price Clipped.

$22.50

Democracy at Gunpoint : The Greek Front.

By Papandreou, Andreas G

London: Andre Deutsch, 1971 Papandreou's own account of the events leading up to April 21st.1967 and the rule of the military junta, and his own imprisonment and eventual release. 338p.. 1st UK Edition.. Hard Cover. As New/Fine.

$30.00

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