This article reviews A History of the Greek Resistance in the Second World War: the People’s Armies by Spyros Tsoutsoumpis. In order to contextualize the approach adopted by the author the article briefly outlines the state of the art in the scholarship on the World War II in Greece. In doing so, it touches upon the still ongoing debate about the so-called «post-revisionist» current, whose best known representatives are Stathis Kalyvas and Nikos Marantzidis. Subsequently, the article deals with the most relevant contents of Tsoutsompis’ study and underlines its strengths and weaknesses.
Keywords: Seconda guerra mondiale, Resistenza, Storiografia greca, Memoria greca della seconda guerra mondiale, Storia culturale della guerra