The Greek dilemma

For more than half a century, the Greeks have lived at random times dominated by danger and risk. Going back to the thirties, they lived under a brutal dictatorship configured to the Nazi-style and endowed with a secret police similar to the Gestapo that sent dissenting voices to an island turned into a concentration camp. In such a circumstance, a peculiar conjuncture took place. Mussolini invaded the country. Under the challenge of preserving respect for themselves and their country, the Greeks put aside their hatred of the Metaxas dictatorship and…

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