Daily newspaper supportive of EAM; its publication was banned under Emergency Law 509.
Democratic Army of Greece clandestine party periodical that reported on both military operations and the country’s political conditions, including information on the torture and intimidation at Makronissos.
Emergency Law 509 “on Measures for the security of the state, the regime and the social system, and for the protection of the liberties of the individual”, which came into effect in December 1947, outlawed the Communist Party of Greece (KKE), National Liberation Front...
Appellation given to Eastern European states with links to the Soviet Union after the Second World War.
EAM’s youth wing with a substantial numerical, resistance and cultural presence throughout the country. It was founded in February 1942.
Armed wing of the National Liberation Front (EAM) that battled the Axis occupiers and their collaborators during the wartime occupation. It was founded in February 1942.