Grivas

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Georgios Grivas - Final Return To Cyprus
... The post-Grivas EOKA B signed a secret agreement with Brigadier Ioannides, the "invisible dictator" of Greece and was controlled directly from Athens ... Grivas' funeral and burial was held on January 29, 1974, in the garden of the house that had been Grivas' last hideout during the EOKA struggle (1955–1959) and attended by tens of thousands of Greek Cypriots ... later, the Cypriot Parliament declared General Grivas "a worthy son of the motherland" ...
Cypriot Intercommunal Violence - Greek Coup
... Makarios was branded a traitor to the cause by Grivas and in 1971 made a clandestine return to the island ... On his arrival, Grivas began by establishing a nationalist paramilitary group known as the National Organization of Cypriot Fighters (Ethniki Organosis Kyprion Agonistan B ... The military junta in Athens saw Makarios as an obstacle, and directed funds to Grivas to carry out a number of attacks and to fund a propaganda campaign through the creation of pro-enosis ...
EOKA - Armed Campaign - Formation and Structure
... The organisation was headed by Georgios Grivas ... Grivas had rich military experience having been educated at the Hellenic Military Academy, having served as an officer in the Greek army and having fought for Greece in both World Wars ... Grivas (who was believed to be a CIA agent along with Nikos Sampson) assumed the nom de guerre Digenis in reference to the Byzantine Digenis Akritas, who repelled ...
List Of Chess Books (A–L) - G - Grivas, Efstratios
... Grivas, Efstratios (2005) ... A Complete Guide to the Grivas Sicilian ... ISBN 1-904600-36-0 Grivas, Efstratios (2006) ...
Grigoris Afxentiou - EOKA
... he soon became Second in Command, adjutant to EOKA leader George Grivas ... Afxentiou was well liked by his peers and it did not take long for General Grivas to promote him to Commander of the Kyrenia district ... In December, 1955, Afxentiou was relocated on orders of General Grivas to the Troodos mountain range and the General's hideout at Spilia, which led to Afxentiou's ...