Foreign News: Salute for George

From rugged Epirus eastward through the towering Pindus range to the plains of Thessaly, Greek met Greek. The presence of the Nazi clouded the issue, but did not hide the fact that the killing of Greeks by Greeks had to do with the shape of postwar Greece. Underground leftists fell upon rightists and middle-of-the-roaders.* Adventurers mingled with zealots, monarchists tangled with republicans, professional soldiers fought guerrilla bands. The Germans alone profited from the mellay.

Last summer six guerrilla leaders were smuggled out of Greece. When they turned up in Cairo, they unanimously...

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