Cyprus Guerrilla: Grivas, Makarios, and the British

By: Alastos, Doros

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Book Condition: Good


224 pages. Index. Twenty pages of black and white photographic plates. "This account of the Cyprus revolt analyses its causes, and documents many of the incidents during the four dangerous and violent years before the Zurich agreements were signed in London in February 1959. The author, a Cypriot, is able to reveal something of the daring and ingenious methods of the EOKA guerrillas; their hide-outs in the mountains and forests, or in a peasant's cellar; their secret organisation which penetrated the church, the administration, even the police." - from dust jacket. Average wear to price-clipped dust jacket which is now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. Foxing to endpapers and edges. Binding and hinges sound. Average wear to book which is unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: Cyprus Guerrilla: Grivas, Makarios, and the British

Author Name: Alastos, Doros

Categories: History, Politics, Covert Operations,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: UK, Heinemann: 1960

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Seller ID: 112A4248

Keywords: Cyprus Guerrilla: Grivas, Makarios, and the British Cyprus revolt analyses its causes, and documents many of the incidents during the four dangerous and violent years before the Zurich agreements were signed in London in February 1959. The author, a Cypriot, is able to reveal something of the daring and ingenious methods of the EOKA Guerrillas,