The Greek Civil War - Is it Over? | WEA Sydney

Thanks for adding:

Proceed to Checkout

Continue browsing

X
F2F ONL

Print this page The Greek Civil War - Is it Over?

Available Classes

$43 Limited inc GST

The Greek Civil War - Is it Over?

<p>As the Second World War was closing the Cold War carve up began. Greece, despite suffering more casualties per head than any other country, was at war with itself and all major powers had some

...

As the Second World War was closing the Cold War carve up began. Greece, despite suffering more casualties per head than any other country, was at war with itself and all major powers had some involvement in its civil war. Fighting ended only after Napalm was used in the north west forcing Leftists to flee across the border into Albania and Yugoslavia. Politics in Greece have been framed by this conflict for generations, while a top-down approach to reconciliation has not healed all the wounds. The diaspora has also been affected not least of all because of political exile.

DELIVERY MODE

  • Face-to-Face

COURSE OUTLINE

  • The Resistance
  • British intervention
  • Enter the US and the Truman Doctrine
  • The Fifties
  • The Junta years then Democracy
  • Attempts at Reconciliation

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of this course, students should be able to:

  1. Recount the basic chronological developments in Greek politics following WWII.

Byron Comninos

B. Econs., Dip. Ed
Byron Comninos has many years of experience in course design and presentation. Greek by ethnicity, he has travelled to Greece more than eight times covering extensive areas of the country by foot,...