Documentary History of Greece: 1943-1951
Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan
Η Ελλάδα στο μεταίχμιο ενός νέου κόσμου : Ψυχρός πόλεμος, δόγμα Truman, σχέδιο Marshall: Μέσα από διπλωματικά και ιστορικά έγγραφα: 1948-1951 (τίτλος πρωτοτύπου)
ISBN: 978-960-02-2610-2
Εκδόσεις Παπαζήση, Αθήνα, 7/2011
1η έκδ.
Γλώσσα: Αγγλικά
Γλώσσα πρωτοτύπου: Ελληνική, Νέα
€ 31.80 (περ. ΦΠΑ 6%)
Βιβλίο, Σκληρόδετο
18 x 25 εκ., 1,030 γρ., 496 σελ.

Greece emerged from its participation on the Allied side in World War II deeply wounded, with heavy military and civilian losses, its natural and national resources pillaged, its merchant marine destroyed, its economy almost non-existent. The Greek people could not survive without international assistance. The humanitarian aid (primarily American) dispensed through UNRRA kept hundreds of thousands of Greeks alive. But to achieve the massive aid flows necessary to rebuild the Greek economy and make it sustainable, Greek politicians saw no alternative but to enlist their country in the broader geostrategic calculations of the United States. The Marshall Plan truly helped Greece. It remains a powerful historical bond between Europe and the United States, between Athens and Washington. Among the heartening lessons of these documents is their reminder of the depth of the reservoir of shared idealism and good will that tie our peoples together both in good times and in bad.

[Απόσπασμα από το κείμενο στο οπισθόφυλλο της έκδοσης]

Foreword by Prime Minister George A. Papandreou
List of Abbreviations
Introduction and Acknowledgements
[Photini Tomai]
Historical Overview
[Photini Tomai]
Greece and the International Scene: 1944-1949
[Vyron Theodoropoulos]
Analytical List of Documents
Part A: Documents 1-61 (1943-1947)
[Volume II of the Greek Edition]
Part B: Documents 1-80 (1948-1951)
[Volume III of the Greek Edition]
Appendix I: Oral History of AMAG Employee Stelios Papadopoulos
Appendix II: Select Chronology 1943-1953
Appendix III: Biographical Notes
Appendix IV: Motion Pictures from the Marshall Plan
Appendix V: Indicative Bibliography
Appendix VI: Photographs
Research team:
Stelios Zachariou, Eleftherios Stavropoulos, Efi Pantaliou, Evangelia Frangoudaki, Ioannis Begos, Stelios Kymonis, Stelios Papadopoulos, John Rigos, John Brady Kiesling, Georgios Polydorakis

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