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The Blood of the Innocent: Reprisals by German Occupational Forces in Macedonia, 1941-1944

The Blood of the Innocent: Reprisals by German Occupational Forces in Macedonia, 1941-1944



Stratos N. Dordanas
series editor: N. E. Karapidakis

Hestia Publishers, 2007
607 p.
ISBN 978-960-05-1343-1, [In Print]
Price € 27,01

“Unfortunately, it is not possible to behead them all,” General August Winter wrote, rather ruefully, in his report dated 9 December 1943, thus eloquently encapsulating both Germany's desire to eradicate the resistance movement in Greece as well as the stance the occupational forces were expected to maintain towards the civilian population. In an effort to shed light on many important minor and major events that had, up until now, remained in the shadows of history, Stratos N. Dordanas explores the issue of reprisals and expiatory measures enforced by the German occupational forces against Macedonian civilians between 1941-1944. At the same time, he attempts to address a host of questions surrounding this policy (its aims and fluctuations), the aspirations of the protagonists of the resistance movement, the relation between reprisals and the Resistance itself, the political, social and moral repercussions of these measures on Greek society, and, finally, the stance taken by the civilian population. This book is a chronicle of this unorthodox war set against the backdrop of a worldwide conflict; a war in which Germany's 'weapon' against the Resistance was the blood of the innocent.

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