GREECE: Revival and Revenge

During his three-month stay on the small Aegean island of Kea, George Papadopoulos, former head of the Greek military dictatorship that was toppled last July, became obsessed with a fanciful scenario. "We will be granted amnesty," Papadopoulos would tell the four junta leaders who shared his exile. "We will stand for Parliament. We will be elected. And finally we shall rule again."

Last week a harsher reality intruded. Picked up by a torpedo boat, whose commander was one of the hundreds of officers sacked by Papadopoulos, the five were sped to the port...

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