After Crete - consistency and contradiction in the use of the New Zealand military in Greek matters

Brown, Martyn (2015) After Crete - consistency and contradiction in the use of the New Zealand military in Greek matters. Thetis (Wiesbaden), 21 192-208.

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Author Brown, Martyn
Title After Crete - consistency and contradiction in the use of the New Zealand military in Greek matters
Journal name Thetis (Wiesbaden)
ISSN 0945-8549
ISBN 9783447103381
Publication date 2015
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Volume 21
Start page 192
End page 208
Total pages 17
Place of publication Wiesbaden, Germany
Publisher Harrassowitz Verlag
Collection year 2016
Language eng
Abstract New Zealand’s military involvement with Greek matters during the Second World War extended beyond Operations Lustre and Mercury in 1941. The Dominion was connected to the Greek military in several theatres and the armed resistance in occupied territories. This was within the context of Commonwealth and Anglo Greek relations and changing Greek political and social forces. Absent from the British and Greek decision-making circles, the New Zealand politico-military elite had to steer their country’s army through often complex, publicly controversial and sometimes violent relations with its Mediterranean ally and Commonwealth leader.
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