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Register of the Leften S. Stavrianos Papers , 1942-1963
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Series Description

Box Box No. 1.

Writings, 1948-1957.

Scope and Content Note

Drafts and printed copies of writings arranged alphabetically by title.
Box Box No. 1 -4.

Subject File, 1942-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Press releases, press translations and digests, reports, memoranda, clippings, pamphlets, election material, minutes, and correspondence, arranged alphabetically by subject.

Container List


Writings, 1948-1957.

Box 1.

Antecedents to the Balkan revolutions of the Ninteenth Century, published article, December 1957.


Bibliographical article; present-day Greece, published article, June 1948.


Book reviews, general.


Greek National Liberation Front (EAM): a study in resistance organization and administration, published article, March 1952.


Jews of Greece, published article, October 1948.


Mutiny in the Greek armed forces, April, 1944, published article, December 1950.


Political Significance of the Working Class Movement in Greece, manuscript draft.


Price of Freedom, book review.


Two points of view; The immediate origins of the Battle of Athens, American Slavic and East European Review, December 1949.


United States and Greece; the Truman doctrine in historical perspective, published article.


Subject File, 1942-1963.

Box 1.

Allied Mission for Observing Greek Elections (AMFOGE), March 1946 (materials collected by American observer Peter Topping).


Issuances of.


Instructions, forms and information for observing the elections.


Press releases.


Press section, Athens. Extracts from the Greek press.


Translations from the local press (Northern Greece).


Reports, memoranda received by, from various individuals and groups.


National Liberation Front (EAM).


Central Committee, Athens.


Units in Northern Greece.



Box 2.

Miscellaneous material collected by.


Great Britain. Consulate General, Salonika Press Department. Salonika Press Review.


Great Britain. Embassy, Athens. Press Department. Athens Press Summary.


Greek government, various agencies.


Map of Bulgaria and Northern Greece.


Miscellaneous election material.


National Liberal Party.


National Liberation Front (EAM).


Foreign Press Section. Daliy press review.


Foreign Press Section. Weekly press review.




National Party of Greece.


National Political Union Party.


Populist Party.


United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), Greece Mission, Office of Public Information. Daily news digest.


United States Information Service (USIS), Athens. Press review.


American Council for a Democratic Greece, 1944-1947.




Press releases.

Box 3.

Balkans, historical background.


Biographical material.


Civil war in Greece, 1944-1949.


Communist Party of Greece (KKE).


Concentration camps in Greece.


Cyprus, 1946-1958.


Economic conditions in Greece, 1953-1960.


Economic, political and social conditions in Greece, 1943-1954.


Espionage trials in Greece, 1952-1960.


Foreign journalists in Greece during the Civil War.


George Polk case.


Suppression of news.


Foreign support for the Greek rebels, 1948.


German documents (in English) on the German occupation of Greece, 1943-1944.


Gluecksburg monarchy in Greece.

Box 4.

Greek children during and after the Civil War.


Greek Orthodox Church, 1948.


Jews in Greece.


Labor movement in Greece, 1944-1950.


Land reform in Greece.


League for Democracy in Greece.






National Liberation Front, Greece (EAM).


Foreign Press Section, March 1947.


Miscellaneous documents.


National Mutual Aid, Greece (EA).


Politics and government in Greece, 1942-1948, 1958-1963.


Provisional Democratic Government of Greece, formation of, December 1947.


United Nations aid to Greece, 1945-1947.


United States aid to Greece, 1947-1956.


United States foreign and strategic policy, 1947-1951.


World War II, Greece.