Popular Autocracy in Greece, 1936-41: A Political Biography of General Ioannis Metaxas
The first major political biography of General Ioannis Metaxas, who assumed dictatorial power in Greece in 1936 and oversaw the resistance to the Italian invasion in the Second World War. As a political portrait of the man, the book puts much emphasis on the early career of Metaxas and his journey to state power, from 1920 to 1936. Drawing heavily on original Greek sources, the book makes extensive use of Metaxa's diary, his correspondence, and the evidence of his close friends and associates.
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The author’s writing style is very good and easy to understand. However, for a book which was so expensive, i expected more. I can’t understand why the author didn’t choose to write a more complete ... Read full review