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Part II - Fractured Societies and Fractal Identities: Civil Wars under Occupation (Greece, Yugoslavia, Italy, and China)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 April 2023

Aviel Roshwald
Affiliation:
Georgetown University, Washington DC
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This section focuses on a set of occupied countries whose internal conflicts during and/or immediately after occupation rose to a level of violence that can be described as civil war. Although each of these clashes featured particular characteristics arising from local conditions, participants were usually acutely aware of their connection to the continental and global theaters of warfare as well as to analogous internal conflicts in other occupied countries. One can therefore speak of a sort of archipelago of loosely analogous, temporally overlapping (though not necessarily synchronous), and at least indirectly interconnected civil wars fought across a wide array of lands amidst the overarching global conflict. Indeed, this archipelago extended well beyond Europe, as will be seen in the discussion of the Chinese case.

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European and Asian Responses to Axis Conquest, 1937–1945
, pp. 133 - 250
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2023

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