Bibliography

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Bibliography 

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    1. Hellenic Navy English-language


      1. Arnold-Baker, Richard, and George P. Cremos. 1990. Averof: The Ship that Changed the Course of HistoryAthens: Akritas. (ISBN 9607006321; 80 pp; illus; 20 x 22cm)
      2. Baxter, Richard. 1944. Stand By to Surface. London: Cassell.(ch. 18, The Operations of Greek Submarines, pp. 187-193)
      3. Benyon-Tinker, W.E. 1947. Dust Upon the Sea. London: Hodder & Stoughton.(about the Levant Schooner Flotilla in Aegean, 1943-44) (215 pp., 56 illus., 2 folding maps)
      4. Bewley, Geoffrey. August 1997. (article about Averoff). Military History 14(3): 16-20.
      5. Bitzes, John G. 1989. Greece in World War II to April 1941. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower Press.(good account of Greek military operations)
      6. Buckley, Christopher. 1952. Greece and Crete 1941. London. Her Majesty’s Stationery Office. pp311
      7. Cunningham, Ed. 1943. The Greek Navy. Yank 2:10 (Oct. 1943).
      8. Divine, Arthur D. 1944. Navies-in-Exile. London: John Murray. (pp. 216-249)
      9. Evangelos, Ilias-Tembos. 2000. The Military Campaigns of the Axis Against Greece: Greece, Observed 1940-1. thesis (MA or Ph.D.?), (discipline?), University of York.
      10. Fleischer, Hagen. 1978. The “anomalies” in the Greek Middle Eastern Forces 1941-1944.Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora 5(3): 5-36
      11. Freivogel, Zvonimir. 2003. Vasilefs Georgios and Vasilissa Olga: from sister-ships to adversaries. Warship International 2003 #4: 351-364.
      12. Gerolymatos, Andre. 1984. The role of the Greek officer corps in the resistance. Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora 11(3): 69-79.
      13. Giatropoulou Rena, Thoctarides. 2010. H.M.Submarine Perseus – Whispers from the deep. Hellenic Maritime Museum. English and Greek hardcover. Pages 157. ISBN 978-960-88535-3-9
      14. Glasglow, Eric. 1991. The Greek War of 1940-41. Contemporary Review 258(1502): 134-144.
      15. Government of Greece. n.d. Facts About Fighting Greece. Washington, DC: Greek Office of Information. (20 pp, scanty coverage)
      16. Grazioli, Luciano. 1988. The armored cruiser Averof. Warship International N4/1988: 370-4.
      17. Greece in Arms. 1944. London: Grout Publishing by authority of Greek Office of Information. (booklet consisting of photographs and captions of all three services. Most shots of RHN are close ups of deck scenes)
      18. Greene, Jack and Massignani Alessandro.  1998. The Naval War in the Mediterranean 1940-1943. London. Chatam Publishing. Sarpedon. pp352. ISBN 1 86176 057 4 and ISBN 1 885119 61 05. (ch. 12 pp 161-174 The invasion of Crete)
      19. Hadjipateras, C.N. 1995. Greece 1940-41 Eyewitnessed. ISBN 9602265337. 293pp., illus.; 18cm (anthology of participants' testimony of all combatants)
      20. Haratsis, Stelios J. 1992. Hellenic Merchant Marine Losses During World War II. Hellenic Navy, Navy History Service, Naval History Section.
      21. Hellenic Navy Fleet Command. 1996. Waves of Glory: the Hellenic Fleet from 480 BC to the Present Day. (ISBN 960859460X; 113 pp., in English and Greek, hardcover)
      22. Higham, Robin. 1993. Preparation for war, the supply of arms, and foreign aid. In R. Higham and T. Veremis, eds., The Metaxas Dictatorship: Aspects of Greece 1936-1940. pp. 41-61. Athens: Hellenic Foundation for Defense and Foreign Policy.
      23. Jane’s Fighting Ships, 1940-1945 editions. London.
      24. Jones, Mark C. 2002. Misunderstood and forgotten: the Greek naval mutiny of April 1944.Journal of Modern Greek Studies 20(2): 367-397.
      25. Kitroeff, Alexander. 1980. The Greek seamen’s movement 1940-1944. Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora 7(3-4): 73-97.
      26. Lemos, Andreas G. 1976. The Greeks and the Sea. London: Cassell. (ch. 5 on merchant marine)
      27. Los, Matheos D. 1998. The Silent Confrontation: Greek Shipping in World War II. Piraeus: Akritas Publications. (36 pp)
      28. Loumakis, Panagiotis. 1996. Waves of Glory: the Hellenic Fleet from 480 B.C. to the Present Day. Trans. Efstathios T. Triphyllis. Athens: Hellenic Navy Fleet Command (113 pp., illus, in English and Greek, ISBN 960859460X).
      29. Malakases, Giannes Th. (John Thomas Malakasses). 1990. The Greek Navy during the war in metropolitan Greece, its disintegration and subsequent exodus to Egypt in April of 1941. Dodone 19: 87-126.
      30. Malakases, Giannes Th. (John Thomas Malakasses). 1992. The state of the officer’s corp in the decade of the thirties in Greece and the advent of right-wing militarism. Dodone 21(1): 114-132.
      31. Malakases, Giannes Th. (John Thomas Malakasses). 1995. The Navy and its Officer Corp in the Decade of the Thirties and up to the Eve of the Greco-Italian War. Ioannina: Epistemonike Epeterida tou Tmematos Historias kaiArchaiologias tes Philosophikos Scholes tou Panepistemiou Ioanninon. pp. 93-112. (yearbook of the dept. of History and Archeology, School of Philosophy, University of Ioannina)
      32. Malakases, Giannes Th. (John Thomas Malakasses).2001. The Greek Naval Revolution of April 1944, vol. 1. Ioannina: University of Ioannina. (Dodone, supplement #67, ISBN 9602331097, 330 pp., softcover, illus, biblio)
      33. Païzis-Paradellis, Constantin. 2002 Hellenic Warships 1829-2001 Athens: The Society for the Study of Greek History. ISBN 960-8172-14-4.
      34. Papageorgiou, Geses. 1998. Stoles tou Polemikou Nautikou/Uniforms of the Hellenic NavyAthens: Ekdoseis Astraia. 126 pp., illus., 33cm, ISBN 9608579716
      35. Papastratis, Procopis. 1991. A Fighting Navy in Exile: The Greek Fleet in the Mediterranean and Beyond. In J. Sweetman, ed., New Interpretations in Naval History (Tenth Naval History Symposium). pp. 363-373. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press.
      36. Roberts, A.R. 1975. Transfers of warships between the Allied navies during World War II –Part I Greece. Warship Supplement #38 (May 1975), pages 9-10.
      37. Robinson, Walton L. 1944. The Greek Navy fights on. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 70(8): 1013-1021.
      38. Sakellariou, Alexandros E. 1949. The Position of Greece During the Second World War. New York: Cosmos.
      39. Sharp, S. 1993. The Greek Navy in Egypt 1943. Warship Supplement #113 (summer 1993) pages 20-21.
      40. Smith, Peter C. forthcoming. Who Sank the Helle?
      41. Spyropoulos, Evangelos. 1993. The Greek Military (1909-1947) and the Greek Mutinies in the Middle East (1941-1944). New York: Columbia University Press.(480 pp, no index, notes, 23cm)
      42. Stavrianos, Leften S. 1950. The mutiny in the Greek armed forces, April 1944. The American Slavic and East European Review 9(4): 302-311.
      43. Syrett, David. 1988. The British and the Greek naval incident at Chatham, 1944. Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora 15(1-2): 49-69.
      44. The Royal Hellenic Navy, 1822-1948. The Naval Review (London), Feb. 1949, pp. 47-51 and continued in next issue pp. 274-278. (anonymous author used pseudonym 'Trident')
      45. Veremis, Thanos M., and Andre Gerolymatos. 1991. The military as a sociopolitical force in Greece, 1940-1949. Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora 17(1): 103-128.

     

    2. Hellenic Navy Greek-language 

     

      1.  unknown author, title is "Silent War" about Greek sub force during WWII, can be purchased at Hellenic Maritime Museum
      2. Alexandris, Konstantinos A. 1943. Report on the War Activity of the Fleet During 1943. Alexandria: unpublished.
      3. Alexandris, Konstantinos A. 1944. Report on the Events in the Fleet from 3 to 21 April 1944. Alexandria: unpublished.
      4. Alexandris, Konstantinos A.1952. To Nautikon Mas kata tin Polemikin Periodon 1941-1945. [Our Navy during the War Period 1941-1945]. Athens: Aetos. (204 pp; illus)
      5. Arapis, Constantinos. Year? Rememberances from peace and war. (author was head engineer on destroyer Adrias at time of mining, later Captain in naval constructor corps)
      6. Bampoures, Epam. 1986 (1949)To Hellenikon Emporikon Nautikon kata ton teleutaion polemon: drasis kai thysiai. [The Hellenic Merchant Marine during the last War: action and sacrifice] Athens: Nautikon Mouseion tes Hellados. (2nd ed; 104 pp; illus; 21 cm)
      7. Batis, E. 1997. The Unknown War in the Greek Sea (1941). Athens: A. Pitsilos.
      8. Christopoulos, Menelaos. 1995Empleoi pases times: anamneseis apo ten aichmalosian mou (1942-1945) [Full of all honors: Remembrances from my imprisonment (1942-1945)] . Athens: Nautiko Mouseio. (personal story of a navy lieutenant)(297 pp., ill; 21 cm)
      9. Dakoulas, Pant. A. 1983. Eikones kai skitsa mias epoches. [Pictures and drawings of an era] Athens: Typo. St. Ventoura - Chr.Spyrou. (sources on 20th century Greek naval history) (265 pp; ill)
      10. Dounes, Chrestos Evan (Christis Dounis). 1997. Eis mnemen ....: nautiko kai ploia pou chathekan sto deutero pankosmio polemo (1939-1945). [To the Memory…Seamen and Ships Lost during the Second World War] Athens: A. Pitsilos. (merchant marine only) (ISBN 9607826000; 492 pp; illus; biblio; 24 cm)
      11. Filos, S. 1985. The Case of the Navy 1944-1948. Athens: Filipotis.
      12. Charatses, Stylianos I. 1985. 1023 axiomatikoi kai 22 kinemata. (1023 Officers and 22 Coups) Athens: self-published. 25cm, biblio, index, 2 vols.(about the naval officer participants of 22 Greek military coups, includes 70 pp. on the Alexandria mutiny)
      13. Hellenic Maritime Museum. 19??. The Silent War.
      14. Hellenic Maritime Museum. 2005. Balkan Wars-The Naval Struggle. 1912-1913. ISBN 960-87484-4-5. 381 pp
      15. Hellenic Navy General Staff. 19??. Glorious Waves.
      16. Hellenic Navy General Staff.1982. Aegean Operations. Athens: Hellenic Navy.
      17. O Navarchos Ioannes Demestichas, 1882-1960. Athens: _____. (141 pp; 25cm)
      18. Kavadias, Epaminondas P. 1950. O Nautikos Polemos tou 1940 opos ton egnorisa. Anamniseis 2 Martiou 1935 - 25 Martiou 1943. (The Naval War of 1940 as I Experienced it. Memories from 2 March 1935 to 25 March 1943) Athens: Pyrsos.
      19. Konstas, Panagiotes E. 1951. Strategike. [Strategy]city?: Publisher? (674 pp; illus; maps; 24 cm)
      20. Konstas, Panagiotes E. 1955. He Hellas tes Dekaetias 1940-1950. (Greece during the Decade 1940-50) Athens: _.
      21. Konstas, Panagiotes E. 1955. My Military, Political, and Diplomatic Memoirs of the Decade 1940-1950Athens: publisher?
      22. Konstas, Panagiotes E.. 1973. He hellenike epopoia tou 1940: politike kai strategike episkopesis tou Hellenoitalogermanikou polemou. [The Greek epopee of 1940: a political and strategic review of the Greek-Italian-German war]Athens: _________. (93 pp; illus)
      23. Kremos, Georgios P., Richard Arnold-Baker. 1990. Averof: to ploio pou allaxe ten poreia tes historias. [Averof: The ship that change the course of history] Nea Smyrne: Ekdosis Akritas. (ISBN 9607006372; 95 pp; illus; 20 cm)
      24. Kyrou, Achilleus A. 1946. Vasilissa Olga, historia enos antitorpillikou. [Vasilissa Olga, the history of a destroyer] Athens: Aetos.    (189 pp., illus.)
      25. Lagouros, Stylianou. 1991Penenta chronia apo ton torpillismo tes Helles: to chroniko tes protes meras tou polemou[Fifty years fron the torpedoing of Helli : the chronicle of the first day of the war]Athens: Tenos. (ISBN 960273051X; 78 pp; illus; 21cm)
      26. Madias, Markos P. 1998. Gone With the River: Kardamyla, El Alamein, the Destroyers: "Crete","Queen Olga", the December Uprising. Athens: Trochalia.(313 pp., ISBN 960-7809-06-8, personal account)
      27. Madonis Alexandros, Mastrogeorgiou Georgios. Athens 2010. Hellenic Submarines 1885-2010. Ekdoseis Kleidarithmos. ISBN 978-960-461-334-2. pages 208.
      28. Malakases, Giannes Th. 1994. He syneisphora tes Hellenikes emporikis nautilias sten polemike prospatheia tou ethnous Oktovrios 1940-Maios 1941[The contribution of the Hellenic merchant marine to the struggle of the Nation October 1940-May 1941] Ioannina: Panepistemio Ioanninon.
      29. Malakases, Giannes Th. 1995. To nautiko ston Deutero Pankosmio Polemo: he synolike prosphora tes Hellenikes emporikes nautilias (histiophorou kai atmoplou) 1940-1945[The Navy in the Second World War. The total contribution of the Greek Merchant Marine (sail and steam), 1940-1945] 2 vols. Ioannina: __________. (ISBN 9602330236)
      30. Manolas, Stamatios G. 1998. He drase tou Polemikou kai Emporikou Hellenikou Nautikou Kata ton 2. Pankosmion Polemon[The activity of the Hellenic Navy and Merchant Marine during WW2]  Athens: T. Pitsilos. 333 pp., illus, 24cm, ISBN 9607826140
      31. Matalas, Dimis. A small narration of a big war.
      32. Matsakis, M. 1988. The Military Navies of Allied Countries and the Activities of World War IIAthens: _________.
      33. Mavroudi, K. 1996. Animera tis Megaloharis[On the day of the Blessed Virgin] City?: Epta Imeres – I. Kathimerini.
      34. Mentogiannes, Vasiles, and Kostes Metsotakes. Date? 52 Meres 1943: To Antitorpiliko Vasilissa Olga Kai He Mache Tes Lerou. [The destroyer Vasilissa Olga and the Battle of Leros] City?: Ekdoseis Kastaniote. ISBN 960-03-3710-1.softcover
      35. Metallinos, Konst. 1996. Vasilissa Olga, A Destroyer Drawn in the Vortex of the War.  Piraeus: _________. (author is an admiral who used Greek and British official documents)
      36. Mezeviris, Gregorios. 1971. Tessares Dekaeterides eis ten Hyperesian tou B. Nautikou [FortyYears of Service in the Royal Navy]. Athens: _______.(english translation in site www. mezeviris.gr)
      37. Moraites, Karolos Ep. 1998. Helle: he torpile tes dropes: pos kai giati hoi Italoi chtypesan ton dekapentaugusto tou 1940 to "Helle" exo apo to liani tes Tenou[Helle : The torpedo of shame : how and why the Italians attacked the Helli off the port of Tinos on the 15th of August 1940] Athens: Vasdekes.(160 pp, illus., 24cm, ISBN 9607370457)
      38. Naftiki Epitheorisi – journal published by the Hellenic Navy History Department.
      39. Nautiko Mouseio Hellados. 1995. Ho siopelos polemos: he drase ton Hellenikon Hypovrychion,1940-1944.  [The silent war: the activity of the Hellenic Submarines, 1940-1944] Athens: Nautiko Mouseio Hellados. (143 pp., illus., maps, index, 28cm, ILL Harvard)
      40. Nefeloudis, V. 1945. Ellines polemistes sti Mesi Anatoli(Greek Warriors in the Middle East). Athens: __________.
      41. Oikonomou, Demetrios. 1947Ta pepragmena tou Vasilikou Nautikou apo tes 10 apriliou mechri tes 27 apriliou 1941. [The proceedings of the Royal Navy from 10 April until 27 April 1941] Athens: _________. (77 pp)
      42. Oikonomou, Kostas D. 1996. He mesanatolitike Hellenike tragodia, 1941-1945. [The Middle-eastern Hellenic tragedy] Athens: self.(283 pp; illus; 21cm)
      43. Paizes, Giannes G. 1996. Thalassines anamneseis. [Remembrances of the Sea]Athens: Papazese.(ISBN 9600211558; 162 pp.; illus; 21cm)
      44. Païzis-Paradelis, Konstantin. 1999. Ta ploia tou Ellinikou Polemikou Nautikou 1829-1999, 2nded. Athens: Astrea. (listing of all Greek naval ships)
      45. Papadakis, V.P. 1957. Diplomatiki Istoria tou Ellinikou Polemou 1940-1945 [Diplomatic History of the Greek War 1940-1945]. Athens: __________.
      46. Papageorgiou, Geses. 1998. Stoles tou Polemikou Nautikou/Uniforms of the Hellenic Navy. Athens: Ekdoseis Astraia. 126 pp., illus., 33cm, ISBN 9608579716.
      47. Papagos, Alexandros. 1949. Polemos tes Hellados 1940-1941 [The Battle of Greece, 1940-1941]. Athens: J.M. Scazikis.
      48. Papastratis, Procopis. 1980. Military agreement between Britain and Greece, 9 March 1942. Mnemon 7: 174-182.
      49. Periplous – journal of the Hellenic Maritime Museum
      50. Petropoulos, Niko D. 1966-72. Anamniseis kai skepseis enos palaiou naftikou [Reminiscences and Thoughts of an Old Sailor] vol. 1-4. Athens: ______. v. 1 He periodos tou mesopolemou 1923-1940 [The between the wars period 1923-1940] v. 2 Ho polemos sta xena 1941-1944 (athliotetes, alla kai doxes) [The war abroad 1941-1944 (miseries and glories) v. 3 To drama tou Apriliou 1944 [The drama of April 1944] v.4 ?
      51. Philos, Stephanos M. 1985. He Hypothese tou Nautikou, 1944-1948 [The Case of the Navy, 1944-1948]. Athens: Philippote.223 pp., illus., 21cm, biblio.
      52. Phokas, Demetrios G. 1953-4. Ekthesis epi tes draseos tou V. Nautikou kata ton polemon 1940-44. Syntachtheisa vasei ton episeimon stoicheion tes historikes hyperesias tou V.N. [Report on the Activity of the Royal Navy during the War 1940-1944. Drawn on the official documents of the Historical Department of the Royal Navy] Athens: Ekdosis Historikes Hyperesias. (Historical Department of the Royal Navy) [author’s name also spelled Fokas] v. 1 Apo tes propolemikes periodou mechri tes katalepseos tes Hellados, 27 Apriliou 1941 [From the before the war period to the seizure of Greece, 27 April 1941] v. 2 Apo tes apodemias tou stolou mechri tes apeleutheroseos tes Hellados, Apriliou 1941-Oktovr. 1944 [From the transfer of the Fleet till the liberation of Greece, April 1941- October 1944]
      53. Roumanes, Elias I. 2002. O torpillismos tes "Helles" kai to epos tou 1940-41: synkritike historike melete. [The torpedoing of Helli and the epopee of 1940-41: a comparative historical study]Athens: Ekdoseis Tenos. (367 pp., illus., biblio, ISBN 9602731133)
      54. Sakellariou, Alexandros E. 1946. He Thesis tes Hellados eis ton Deuteron Pangosmion Polemon (Greece’s Stand During World War II). 2nd ed. Athens: Petros Dimitrakos, 1945.(2 vol.; index; 25cm) (1st ed = New York: Cosmos Greek American Printing Co, 1944)
      55. Sakellariou, Alexandros E.  1957. Taxeideuontas tou navarchou Alexandrou E. Sakellariou. [Traveling by Alexandros Sakellariou Athens: _____.       (243 pp; 22cm)
      56. Sakellariou, Alexandros E. 1967. Ap’tis gephyres kai ta karre[From the bridges and the officers quarters]Athens: _____. (160 pp; illus)
      57. Sakellariou, Alexandros E. 1971. Enas navarchos thymatai ... [An Admiral Remembers]. Athens: Giota Sigma Epe. (2 vol; illus; 25cm)
      58. Simpsas, Mar. G. 1970. O torpilsmos tis Hellis[The torpedoing of Helli] (prolific author who wrote a five vol. history of the HN; does not use footnotes but lists primary and secondary sources in general bibliographies)
      59. Simpsas, Mar. G.1982. The Navy in Greek History, 4 vols. Athens: Greek Navy General Staff.
      60. Spanides, Athanasios G. 1981. Pos autokatalytheke he Demokratia tou 1944. [How Democracy was self-destroyed in 1944] Athens: Papazese.(424 pp; illus; 21cm)
      61. Spanides, Athanasios G.1987. Anamneseis kai martyries. [Remembrances and testimonies] Athens: Papazese.(536 pp; illus; index; 21cm)
      62. Spyropoulos, Evangelos. 1993. Oi stratiotikes paremvaseis sten politike (1909-1941), ta Mesanatolike kinemata (1941-1944) - kai ta meta. [The military interventions to politics (1909-1941), the Middle East mutinies (1941-1944) – and the aftermath Athens: Ant. N. Sakkoula.(693 pp; 21cm)
      63. Strathakis, N. 1996. To polemiko nautiko. [The Hellenic Navy] City?: Kathimerini-Epta Imares.
      64. Stathakis, N. 1987. Thorikto G. Averoff [Battleship G. Averoff]. Athens: GEN.
      65. Thomopoulos, Sozon. 1971. Stratiotike bibliographia: anagraphe titlon autotelon ergon. [Military bibliography: titles of integral works]Athens: Dieuth. Strat. Ekdoseon AS. 64pp, 24cm.
      66. To Elli eihe ti diki tou istoria. [Helli had her own history]1994. City?: Eleftheros Typos.
      67. Toumbas, Ioannis N. 1954. Ecthros en opsei: Anamneseis tou Deuterou Pagosmiou Polemou. [Enemy in Sight: Memoirs from World War II]. Athens: Garifalos.
      68. Tsakalotos, Thrasyboulos I. 1960. 40 Chronia stratiotes tes Hellados: pos ekerdisame tousagonas mas, 1940-1949. (Forty Years a Soldier of Greece: how we won our struggles, 1940-1949) Athens: Typographeion tes “Akropoleos.”
      69. Tsouderos, Emmanuel I. 1945. Ellenikes Anomalies ste Mese Anatole [Greek Anomalies in the Middle East]. Athens: ___________.
      70. Tsoukalas, Elias Pel. 1951. Hypovrychion Y 1: V.P. Katsones[Submarine Katsonis] Athens: Ikaros.(2nd ed.; 159 pp.) (3rd ed = 1972) (4th ed = 1990, Peraias: Nautiko Mouseiou tes Hellados; 216 pp. illus; 22cm)
      71. Tsoukalas, Elias Pel. 1989. Torpille No ‘89 .... pyr!: spartarista anekdota tou Polemikou mas Nautikou(Torpedo No 89…. Fire ! : hilarious anekdotes of our Navy) Piraeus: Nautikou Mouseiou tes Hellados. (162 pp; illus; 24cm)
      72. Tzamtzes, A.I. 1997? Ta Hellenika hyperokeania 1907-1977: to chroniko mias epochs tes neuteres emporikas mas nautilias pou ekleise oristika. [The Greek ocean liners 1907-1977: the chronicle of a recent era of our merchant marine that is definitively over] Athens: Ekdoseis Miletos.(159 pp., on subs)
      73. Varfis, Konstantinos, Commodore Hellenic Navy, ret’d. is writing an official history of the HN (same person as Kostes A. Varphes, Costis Varfis?; trained historian; deceased 1990s, wrote mostly on 1800s)
      74. Veremis, Thanos M. 1977. Oi epemvaseis tou stratou stin elliniki politiki1916-1936 [The Interventions of the Military in Greek Politics, 1916-1936]        (). Athens: ______.
      75. Yannopoulos, Aristeides. 1979. Antitorpilliko Kriti: he historia henos ploiou ston polemou 1943-1945 [Destroyer Kriti: the history of a ship in the war of 1943-1945]. Athens: ________.(165 pp; illus; 21cm; author’s last name also spelled Giannopoulos)

     

    3. Hellenic Navy- Other Languages

     

      1. Fock, Harald. 1993. Afrika-Zerstörer ZG3/Hermes: original-Kriegstagebuch. Herford: Koehlers Verlag. (240 pp., 25 photos and sketches, intro; author was former mines and explosives officer on the ship when it was scuttled)
      2. Simpsas, Marcos G. 1964. La marine de guerre helleniqueRevue Maritime 214: 1136-1152.
      3. Simpsas, Marcos. 1977. Die griechische Marine im Zweiten WeltkriegMarine Rundschau, 1977 pp. 627-634.
      4. Varfis, Constantin. 1993. Espace maritime grec et marine hellénique XIX-XX siècles (Greek maritime territory and the Greek Navy, 19th-20th centuries). Guerres Mondiales et Conflits Contemporains 43(172): 85-99.

     

    4. The Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Theaters

     

      1. Baertzen, Lars. 1987. The German withdrawal from Greece in 1944 and British naval 'inactivity'.Journal of Modern Greek Studies 5(2): 237-265.
      2. Bagnasco, Erminio and Cernuschi, Enrico. 2003. Le Navi da guerra Italiane 1940-1945. Italian Warships of WW 2. Ermane Albertelli Editore. ISBN 88-87372-36-5. 359 pp
      3. Gooderson, Ian. 2002. Shoestring strategy: the British campaign in the Aegean, 1943. Journal of Strategic Studies 25(3): 1-36.
      4. Guard, J.S. 1997. Improvise and Dare: War in the Aegean, 1943-1945Lewes, Sussex: Book Guild. (ISBN 1857761707; 257 pp; illus; maps; 23 cm)
      5. Holland, Jeffrey. 1988. The Aegean Mission: Allied Operations in the Dodecanese, 1943. New York: Greenwood. 190 pp.
      6. Howard, Michael. 1966. The Mediterranean Strategy in the Second World War. The Lees-Knowles lectures at Trinity College, Cambridge. London. Weidenfeld & Nicolson 83 pp
      7. Koburger, Charles W., Jr. 1993. Naval Warfare in the Eastern Mediterranean, 1940-1945. Westport, CT: Praeger. (xiv+169 pp., illus., maps, 25cm, ISBN 0275944654)
      8. +Koburger, Charles W., Jr. 1999Wine-dark, Blood Red Sea: Naval Warfare in the Aegean, 1941-1946Westport, CT: Praeger. ISBN 0275965716. (covers 1943-45, not 1941-46)
      9. Langmaid, Rowland. 1948. ‘The Med’ The Royal Navy in the Mediterranean 1939-45. London. The Batchworth Press. 129 pp
      10. Lind, Lew. 1994. The Battle of the Wine Dark Sea: The Aegean Campaign 1940-1945. Kenthurst, NSW: Kangaroo Press.
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