Accession Number : AD0882307
Title : Army Roles, Missions, and Doctrine in Low Intensity Conflict (ARMLIC). Preconflict Case Study 4. Greece.
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.
Corporate Author : OPERATIONS RESEARCH INC SILVER SPRING MD
Report Date : 15 MAR 1970
Pagination or Media Count : 276
Abstract : The main factors conducive to conflict, as they emerge from the study of the preconflict period (1923-46) in Greece were the violence and extreme hardship resulting from World War II; political polarization between Liberals and Conservatives, symbolized by the controversy over republic versus monarchy; cultural factors tending to engender suspicion, rivalry, and the quest for status; the weakened state of the Armed Forces and security forces at the end of World War II; and Communist organization and influence.
Descriptors : *INSURGENCY, *SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, *ECONOMICS, *GREECE, POLITICAL SCIENCE, POPULATION, LANGUAGE, COMMUNISM, SOCIOLOGY, CULTURE, ATTITUDES(PSYCHOLOGY), FOREIGN AID, GROUP DYNAMICS, MILITARY FORCES(FOREIGN), LEADERSHIP, GOVERNMENT(FOREIGN), HISTORY, ARMY OPERATIONS, FOREIGN POLICY, COUNTERINSURGENCY.
Subject Categories : Humanities and History
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE