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When you visit the military museum in Athens you will find that Greek history is blacked out between 1944 and 1949 jumping from the Nazi retreat in 1944 to The Korean war.
This Movie tells some of that missing story and is a good start for the healing process of the Hellenic Nation. It is impossible to understand what is being undone now by means of reforms under brutal austerity which will bring back old conflict and strive and direct the nation on course of a new civil war. The meddling of exterior parties in Greek affairs has never been greater since the civil war of 1944-49. The war on Greeks is waged financially economically, with information as primary weapon. In 2012 people die, not by napalm but because of lack of Medication and increased suicide rate. And again, they die on both sides.
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