GREECE: Eleven Miles from Athens

Government planes had dropped a million leaflets over the rocky, sunbaked, guerrilla-infested hills of Thessaly, Macedonia and Thrace. Premier Sophoulis' leaflets offered amnesty to all who would turn in their guns. But in the northern hills "the word" had come by Radio Moscow, straight from the editorials of Pravda and Izvestia: no compromise; the fight goes on. Only a few hundred had trooped in from their hideouts to accept the amnesty which "liberals" in Western countries had demanded. Scoffed the Communist organ Rizospastis: "We welcome the leaflets which make badly needed...

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