Foreign News: Crucified

Naousa is an important textile town, 90 miles west of Salonika, whose prewar population of 12,000 had been more than doubled by refugees. Last week TIME Correspondent Robert Low, going into Naousa with a government relief column, found the people—those who remained—numbly picking their way through' rubble and wreckage, as though dazed by some cataclysm of nature. There had been a cataclysm, but it was manmade. The Communist guerrillas had taught the townspeople, as they had taught many other Greeks elsewhere, not to be friendly with the Athens government, and especially not with...

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