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The Foreign Factor and the Greek Colonels’ Coming to Power on 21 April 1967

The Foreign Factor and the Greek Colonels’ Coming to Power on 21 April 1967 This paper is offered as a contribution to the analysis of one of the most significant episodes in Greece’s modern history, namely the Colonels’ Coup. The unexplored aspect on which it intends to throw light involves the examination of the widespread hypotheses regarding foreign complicity in the coming to power of the Greek Colonels. It seeks to account for the extent to which foreign powers had any foreknowledge of the coup, and also aspires to investigate the possibility of foreign involvement in the coup’s implementation. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies Taylor & Francis

The Foreign Factor and the Greek Colonels’ Coming to Power on 21 April 1967

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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1743-9639
eISSN
1468-3857
DOI
10.1080/14683850601016283
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Abstract

This paper is offered as a contribution to the analysis of one of the most significant episodes in Greece’s modern history, namely the Colonels’ Coup. The unexplored aspect on which it intends to throw light involves the examination of the widespread hypotheses regarding foreign complicity in the coming to power of the Greek Colonels. It seeks to account for the extent to which foreign powers had any foreknowledge of the coup, and also aspires to investigate the possibility of foreign involvement in the coup’s implementation.

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Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea StudiesTaylor & Francis

Published: Dec 1, 2006

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