The Greek Socialist movement and the First World War: the road to unity

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East European Quarterly, 1976 - History - 204 pages
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The study deals with the process of radicalization and ultimate unification of the Greek socialist-labor forces and their integration into a clearly defined social movement. The inquiry focuses on the interplay between domestic and foreign policy as it involved the socialist movement in response to the internal crisis precipitated by the upheaval of 1914-1918.

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Contents

GREEK SOCIALISM BEFORE THE FIRST WORLD WAR
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FROM THE OUTBREAK OF THE WAR TO THE FEBRUARY
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THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION THE STOCKHOLM CONFERENCE
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