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Henderson, Mary. (1988). Xenia: A Memoir: 1919–1949. London: George Weidenfeld and Nicholson.

Hidden War, The. (1986). J. McGibbon, producer. BBC Television documentary.

Holland, Henry. (1819). Travels in the Ionian Islands, Albania, Thessaly and Macedonia during the Years 1812 and 1813. 2 vols. London: Longman.

Kairi, Evanthia. (1826). Nikiratos: Drama se treis praxeis (Nikiratos: A three-act play). In A. Bacopoulou (1978). Modern Greek Theatre. Athens: Diogenis. 

––. (1820). Symvoulai Pros Tin Thigatera Mou (Advice to my daughter). Kydonies: Konstantinos Tompras. Cited in Eirini Rizaki, 'Oi  'Grafouses' Ellinides tou 19ou Aiona kai I Dieisthisi tous sto Horo ton Grammaton: Emfyloi Apokleismoi kai Metatopiseis' ('Writing' Greek women of the nineteenth century and their entry into the world of letters: Civil exclusions and  metatopiseis). PhD dis., University of Athens, 2004. 

Kallinou, G.P. (1982). 'I Proti Adarto-omada Gynaikon sti Roumeli' ('The first group of partisan women in Roumeli'). In Gynaikes stin Adistasi: Martyries (Women in the resistance: Eyewitness testimonies). Athens: Kinisi-Oi gynaikes stin adistasi.

Karra, Maria. (1995). Emeis Ap'Exo: PEOPEF 1948–1954 (We, on the outside: PEOPEF 1948–1954). Athens: Kostarakis Press.

Katsis, D.N. (1990, 1994, 1997, 1998). To Imerologio Enos Adarti tou Dimokratikou Stratou Elladas 1946-1949 (Diary of a GDA soldier). Vol. 1, 1946–47; Vol. 2, 1947–48; Vol. 3, 21 August 1948–23 December 1948; Vol. 4, 23 December 1948–5 May 1949. Athens: n.p.

Kinisi Oi Gynaikes stin Adistasi. (1982). Martyries (Women in the Resistance: Testimonies). Athens: Kinisi Oi Gynaikes stin Adistasi.

Kokkinos, Dionisios. (1957). I Elliniki Epanastasi (The Greek Revolution). 12 volumes. Athens: Melissa.

Koliou, Nitsa. (1985). Agnostes Ptyches Katochis kai Adistasis 1941-1944: Istoriki Erevna gia to Nomo Magnisias (Unknown aspects of the occupation and the resistance in Magnesia). Vols. 1 and 2. Volos: n.p.

Kotsioulas, Yiorgios. (1965). Otan Imoun me ton Ari (When I was with Aris). Athens: Themelio Press.

Kotzioulas, Yiorgios. (1980). Theatro sta Vouna: To Theatro tou Agona (The theatre in the mountains: The theatre of the struggle). Athens: Themelio Press.

Koutala, K., & Serra, S. (1984). Emeis oi Gynaikes (We women). Athens: Alkyon Press.

Koutsohera, I.P. (1946). I Psifos ton Gynaikon (The women's vote). Athens: Aetos.

Lazaridou-Dobroiu, Margarita. (2005). Polemos kai Aima: Taxidi sto Parelthon, Taxidi ston Pono (War and blood: Journey into the past, journey of pain). Athens: Diogenes Press.

Livieratos, D. (1985). Koinoniki Agones stin Ellada 1923–1927 (Social struggles in Greece, 1923–1927). Athens: n.p.

Mihalakea, Dimitra Mara. (1995). Oi Gynaikeis Fylakes Averoff (Averoff: The women's prison). Athens: Agra.

Mitsopoulos, Thanasis. (1980). To 30ο Syndagma tou ELAS (The 30th Regiment of ELAS). Athens: Kedros.

Moutzan-Martinengo, Elizabeth. ([1826] 1956). Aftoviographia (Autobiography). Translated and edited by K. Porphyris. Athens: K. Porphyris.

Nicholopoulou, Petroula. (1987). Iroides Gynaikes: Agonistika Portraita (Heroic women:  portraits of struggle). Athens: Neoi Kairoi.

Palli-Bartolommei, Angeliki. ([1825] 1975). Ode eis Ta Psarra (Ode to Psarra). Athens: Istoriki kai Ethnologiki Etairia.

—. (1825). Ode to Messolonghi. In G. Romani, 'Women of Letters: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Epistolary Novels in Italy' (Angelika Bartolommei Palli, Matilde Serao, Oriana Fallaci, Edith Bruck). PhD diss., University of Pennsylvania, 2000.

Panayiotidou-Geldi, Titika. (1983). Gnorimia me tis Adartisses (Meeting the Adartisses). Katerini: DEA Press.

Papadaki, Nafsika F. (1982). 'Paidikoi stathmoi kai sysitia stin Elleftheri Ellada' (Childcare and soup kitchens in Free Greece). In 'Kinisi 'Oi ginaikes stin Adistasi' (1982). Martyries (Women in the Resistance: Testimonies). Athens: Kinisi Oi Gynaikes stin Adistasi.

Papakonstadinou, K. (alias Captain Belas). (1986.) I Nekri Merarchia (The dead regiment). Vols. 1 and 2. Athens: Alfeios Press.

Papasteriopoulos, Ilias. (1965-1975). O Moreas sta Opla (The Moreas in arms). 5 vols. Athens: n.p.

Papavizas, Giorgos A.  (2005). Blood and Tears: Greece 1946–1949: A Story of War and Love. Washington, DC: American Hellenic Institute Foundation.

Partsalidou, Anna. (1983). Anamniseis apo tin Zoi Mou stin OKNE (Memories from my life in OKNE). Athens: Sighroni Epochi.

PASOK/Panellinio Sosialistiko Kinima (Panhellenic Socialist Movement). (1974). Diakyrixi tis 3 tou Septemvri (Founding document released on 3 September 1974). Athens: PASOK.

Petroula, Dimitra Sotiriou. (1986). Pou Einai I Mana Sou Mori? (Where is your mother, slut?). Athens: Kedros. Note to Readers: The Greek word used here is not 'slut' but mori, which literally means 'moron' or idiot. However, the slang usage in this context conveys the former.

Pouqueville, F. (1820, 1822, 1826, 2001). Voyage dans la Grece. 6 vols. Paris: Firmin Didot; London: Adamant Media Corporation.

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Sanoudakis, Andonis. (1992). Harikleia Dramoundani: I Anogeiani Gynaika 
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Sarafis, Stefanos. (1980). ELAS: The Greek Resistance Army. Edited by Marion Sarafis. London: Merlin Press.

Scarfe, Allen, & Scarfe, Wendy. (Eds.). (1994). All That Grief: Migrant Recollections of Greek Resistance to Fascism 1941–1949. Sydney: Hale and Iremonger.

Theodorikakou, Alexandra Vlassi. (1997). Oi Mnimes Menoun Zondanes (The memories stay alive). Athens: Endos.

Varon, Odette. (1987). Ellinikos Neanikos Typos 1941–1945 (Greek youth press 1941–1945). Vols. 1–4. Athens: Historical Archive of Greek Youth, General Secretariat for Youth.

Velestinlis, Rhigas. ([1793] 1953). Ta Dikaia Tou Anthropou (The rights of man) and Syndagma (The constitution). In L. Vranousis (Ed.), Rhigas: Basiki Vivliothiki (Rhigas: Basic Literature). Athens: n.p.

Voultepsis, Yanis. (1996). 'Kolimeni sto aimatiro parelthon: Giortazei ton Emfilio i Aleka' (Stuck on the bloody past, Aleka celebrates the Civil War). Politika Themata, 24-25.

Vranousis, L. (Ed.). (1953). Rhigas. Athens: Basic Literature.

Zafeiropoulos, D.G. (1956). O Andi-Symmoriakos Agon (The anti-bandit struggle). Athens: n.p.

Zerva, Marigoula-Zerva. (1986). Exoristes (The exiled women). Athens: Sighroni Epochi.


Partisan Documents

Barziotas, Vasilis. (1949). Address as Political Commissar of the Democratic Army's General Headquarters to Partisan Women's Conference, Grammos, 15 June.

Beikou, Maria. (1940). 'Report on the DSE's Women's Program as Assistant to the Political Commissar, January.' Archive of Maria Beikou, ASKI. 

Catalogue of data compiled by 101 women cadres on Mount Grammos, June 1949.

Central Committee of EAM (National Liberation Front). (1943). Pos doulevei I gynaika sto EAM? (How should women work within EAM?). February.

Chants de Prison: La Femme Dans La Resistance (Grece). (Recording of songs from the Averoff  Women's Prison, Athens).  (1981).

Deltio (DSE Bulletin). No. 20. (12 February 1948–31 May 1948). Published by DSE General Headquarters.

Dimokratikos Stratos (Journal of the Democratic Army). (1996). Vol. A (January–December 1948); Vol. B (January–September 1949). Athens: Rizospastis Press.

Eleftheri Ellada (Liberated Greece) (17/4/1949): Heroic Mothers of Heroic Children.

Eleftheros Grammos: Na Kratisoume to Grammo gia mia Kathoristiki Niki sto Vitsi (Free Grammos: Let us hold Grammos for a decisive victory on Vitsi). November 1948–October 1949.

Enas Chronos Palis (One year of struggle). November 1948–October 1949.

Gia Na Thriamvefsei I Zoi (So that life may triumph). 1949 (Reprinted 1996, Athens: Rizospastis.) 

Glinos, Dimitris. (1944). Ti Einai kai Ti Thelei to EAM? (What is EAM and what does it want?). Athens: Ellinika Themata.

Gynaikes Agonistries tis Lefterias (Women fighters for freedom). 1949.

Hatzivasileiou, Chrysa. (1946). To Kommounistiko Komma Ellados kai to Gynaikeio Zitima (The Greek Communist Party and the 'woman question'). Athens: Central Committee of the Greek Communist Party.

Laiki Vivliothiki (The people's library). Brochure 25 from the program of the United Parties of EAM.

Oi Gynaikes tis Elladas ston Agona tis Eirinis Dimokratias kai Lefterias (The women of Greece in the struggle for peace, freedom, and democracy). April 1949.

PDEG/ Panellinia Dimokratiki Enosi Gynaikon (Panhellenic Democratic Union of Women). Various publications. 1948–1949.

PEEA Document 15 (1944) Episima Keimena: Praxeis kai Apofaseis (Official documents: Minutes and decisions) Reprinted in Athens: Mnimi Press.

To Adartiko kai to Epanastatiko Tragoudi (Partisan and revolutionary songs). (1979). Athens: Mnimi.

Tragoudia tis Adistasis kai tou Emfiliou (Lyrics to the songs of the resistance and the Civil War). Athens: Ellinika Themata, 1975.

Mahitria (Woman Fighter). 18 April 1949; 20 May 1949; 15 March 1949; 5 April 1949; 22 August 1948; 10 September 1948; 25 October 1948; 16 November 1948; 3 December 1948; March 1947.

Other partisan women's publications:

Agonistria (Female Fighter) 12/2/1949, 18/4/1949, 9/9/1949, 28/10/1949

Thiella  (Tempest) based in Thessaly, 31/8/1944

I Foni tis Ipeirou (The Voice of Ipirus) June 1944

Floga (The Flame) 23/9/1944

Nea Genia (New Generation, based in Retina) 1944,



Acropolis  12/7/, 20/7, 18/9, 9-11/8 1949, 23/7/1949, 9/8/1949, 7/8/1949, 10/8/1949, 11/8/1949, 20/7/1949, 12/7/1949, 18/9/1949

Alithia 7/12/1947, 10/1/1948

Anexartisia 1/8/1949, 29/11/1949

Apogevmatini 28/9/77, 10/11/76, 2/9/1990

Asirmatos 17/1/1949

Avgi 22/9/76, 23/9/76, 22/1/76, 3/8/77

Dodecanisa Nea 31/10/1949

Ebros 5/1/1949, 19/1/1949, 23/1/1949, 5/1/1949,

Eleftheria  1/1/1949

Eleftherotipia 22/9/1976, 21/9/76, 22/1/1986, 19/2/1986, 9/2/1986, 8/2/1986, 6/2/1986, 30/1/86, 26/1/86, 25/1/1986, 26/1/1986, 20/4/1986, 29/3/1986, 19/2/1978, 27/12/1978, 29/12/1978, 3/1/1979

Ellinikos Voras (Salonica) 2/8/1949

Epochi 28/10/1990

Estia 12/4/1949, 22/1/1949

Ethnikos Kirix 1/1/1949, 22/7/1949, 23/7/1949, 16/7/1993

Ethnos 23/11/1984, 3/1/1949

Gnomi 22/6/1984

Guardian  20/6/1998

Kairoi 3/9/1949, 24/7/1949

Kathimerini 5/3/1949, 21/9/1948, 6/1/1948

Kyriakatiki Eleftherotipia 31/7/1977

Machi 27/3/1949

Megali Ellas 4/1/1949

Pantheon 26/6/1984, 7/7/1981

Pontiki 16/9/1999

Prosfigikos Kosmos 23/1/1949

Psarras 28/1/1949

Rizospastis 6/8/1977, 1/8/1977, 23/1/1977, 22/9/1976, 9/7/1996, 13/10/1996, 8/12/1996, 29/12/1996, 12/1/1997

Tachydromos 7/7/83

Thesssalia  29/7/1949, 31/7/1949, 29/7/1949

Ta Nea  22/6/1996, 19/3/1996, 30/9/1976, 12/9/1976, 19/6/1998, 3/6/1998, 28/7/1990,  4/11/1949, 22/8/1949, 9/6/1949, 14/7/1949, 21/3/1949, 21/1/1949, 24/1/1949, 17/1/1949, 3/1/1949, 14/4/1949, 4/1/1949

To Stemma (The Crown)

To Vima 22/4/1998, 3/12/1976, 4/7/1997, 2/4/1977, 31/7/1977, 21/9/1976, 23/9/1976, 20/1/1949, 10/3/1949, 5/6/1949, 31/5/1949, 8/6/1949, 5/4/1949, 23/7/1949, 5/1/1949

Vradini 16/1/1948, 11/8/1949


Journals and Periodicals

Agonas tis Ginekas (The Struggle of Women), 1923–96

Akritas (Borderguards) (5 August 1948)

Anoichto Parathiro (Open window) (1979, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1986)

Anti (29 October 1999)

Aftonomi Kinisi Ginekon (Autonomous Women's Movement) (1985)

Deltio (Bulletin) (1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1983) 

Ellinis (Greek Woman)

Efimeris ton Kyrion (The Ladies' Newspaper) (1887–1917)

Hellenia (1949) no. 4, February

Hellenis (1920–)

Katina (1987, 1988)

Kinisi gia tin Apeleftherosi ton Gynaikon (Movement for the Liberation of Women) (1977)


Neolaia (Metaxas Youth Journal) (1937–1939)

Poli ton Ginekon (City of Women) (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985)

Psithiros (Whisper) 1985

SEGES (Co-ordinated Committee of Female Organisational Representatives for Family and Conscription Law) (1977)

Sfigga (Sphinx)

Skoupa (Broom) (1979-81)

Syghroni Gynaika  (Contemporary Woman) (1981, 1980, 1982, 1979, 1978)

To milo kai to Fidi (The Apple and the Serpent), (1983,1984)



Archeio Sighronis Koinonikis Istorias, ASKI (Archive of Contemporary Social History), Athens

Archeio tis Palias Voulis (Old Parliament House Archives), Athens

British Library, London

Geniki Grammateia Isotitas (General Secretariat for Equality), Athens

Gennadios Library, Athens

Ethniki Bibliothiki (National Library), Athens

Ethniko Simvoulio (National Council), Athens

Elliniko Logotechniko kai Istoriko Archeio (ELIA) (Greek Literary and Historical Archive), Athens

Enosi Ginekon Elladas (EGE) (Union of Greek Women), Athens

Etaireia Ellinon Logotechnon (Hellenic Literary Association), Athens

Kinisi Dimokratikon Ginekon (KDG) (Democratic Women's Movement), Athens

Kommounistiko Komma Ellados (Greek Communist Party), Athens

Likeio ton Ellinidon (Women's Lyceum), Athens

Omospondia Ginekon Elladas (OGE) (Federation of Greek Women), Athens

PEAEA/ Panellinia Enosis Agoniston Ethnikis Adistasis (Panhellenic Union of the Fighters of the Greek Resistance), Athens

Spiti ton Ginekon (House of Women), Athens

Sindesmos gia ta Dikaiomata tis Ginekas (League for the Rights of Women), Athens