GREECE: Home Is the Hunted

The British put a price of $28,000 on his head, and for four years up to 25,000 British troops combed the island of Cyprus searching for him. Everywhere they found traces of his handiwork—a defiant leaflet, a mine in the road, a body in the street. But nowhere did the British find Colonel George Grivas, hated and feared chief of the Greek Cypriot terrorist underground organization EOKA. Sometimes the British even wondered whether the legendary Grivas existed at all.

And now, after four years, there he was: an aging (60) little (5 ft....

Want the full story?

Subscribe Now


Learn more about the benefits of being a TIME subscriber

If you are already a subscriber sign up — registration is free!