The Cyprus Revolt
An Account of the Struggle for Union with Greece
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This book, first published in 1978, examines the local and international aspects of the struggle for Greek union with Cyprus – Enosis. The revolt against the British colonial power was a struggle in which guerrilla warfare, political action and international diplomacy were integrated to bring about union with Greece under the camouflaged objectives of self-determination and anti-colonialism. This book traces the origins of the dispute from the Greek War of Independence of 1821 and then deals in depth with the revolt and its international repercussions up to Independence in 1960 and the Turkish military intervention of 1974.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. The Growth of the Enosis Movement in Cyprus, 1940–1953 3. The Years of Warning, 1950–1954 4. The Origins of EOKA, 1948–1955 5. The First Round, April 1955–March 1956 6. The Intensification of the Struggle, March 1956–March 1957 7. The Dilemma of the Greek Government, September 1953–February 1957 8. The Cease-fire, February 1957–October 1957 9. The Second Round, December 1957–February 1959 10. The Birth of the Republic, February 1959–August 1960 11. Postscript: The Aftermath, 1960–1976