THE NATIONS: Captain of the Crags

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Down from the rocky ridges and snow-choked gullies the guerrillas straggled last week. Some were barefoot, some wore slabs of leather tied about their feet with string. Two Greek government forces, catching the rebels in a pincers northwest of Mt. Olympus, had driven them up the slopes of Mt. Pieria, up beyond the snow line. There the guerrillas' food gave out. Some ate their mules. By week's end, after a month of fighting, over 800 had been captured or had surrendered. They left the corpses of about 800 more behind them...

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