New Zealand-Greek Wartime Connection - Reality versus Memory

Brown, Martyn (2017). New Zealand-Greek Wartime Connection - Reality versus Memory. 3ZZZ.

Title New Zealand-Greek Wartime Connection - Reality versus Memory
Abstract/Summary New Zealand war commemoration and historiography focuses on the campaigns of early 1941 on the Greek mainland and Crete. But thew relationship lasted for years following these battles. Politics, humanitarianism and war intertwined in a turbulent period . The Pacific dominion leadership showed considerable independent thinking and action in some areas. Not so much in others. Sections of New Zealand society took sides in Greek-related politics, especially the British policies at the time of liberation and during the Greek Civil War of 1946-1949.
Keyword Second World War
Greek Civil War
New Zealand
Greece
Publisher 3ZZZ
Series Melbourne, Australia
Date 2017-04-05
Author Brown, Martyn

Document type: Generic Document
Collection: School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry
 
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