GREECE: Rebirth in Epirus

From a bleak stone cottage in Epirus came news that shook the Greek exile Government apart. After 20 days of wary talk in the shadow of the snowy Pindus Range, Greeks in Greece clasped hands, agreed to drop their fratricide, devote themselves henceforth to killing Germans. Greeks in Cairo lost their nerve, began last week a game of tag which left them all demeaned.

First Premier Emmanuel Tsouderos resigned and asked King George II, busy in London, to name fellow Cabinet Member Sophocles Venizelos Premier in his stead.

Sophocles, 49-year-old second son of the late, great Eleutherios Venizelos, is a veteran...

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