GREECE: Pangalos Dictates

A short, cynical, perpetually sneering soldier presides over the Dictature which governs Greece (TIME, Jan. 11). He has dissolved Parliament, suppressed newspapers unfavorable to him, raised a forced loan (TIME, Feb. 1), and generally conducted himself with the arbitrariness of a Napoleon, without exhibiting the Corsican's personal charm. He is General Theodore Pangalos. He is said habitually to adorn his commands with the oaths of a drill sergeant. Last week he ripped out several terse orders. Promptly 15 Greek officers and politicians were marched aboard...

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