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Greek Communists Clash with the British in Athens

In December 1944, bloody fighting broke out in Athens between occupying British forces and the National Popular Liberation Army (ELAS), a Greek communist resistance group. An NBC News correspondent in Athens recounts events he witnessed throughout the hostilities, which signaled the start of the Greek Civil War.

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