Ανεπιθύμητοι σύμμαχοι και ανεξέλεγκτοι αντίπαλοι :οι σχέσεις ΚΚΕ και NOF στη διάρκεια του εμφυλίου (1946-1949)

Σπυρίδων Σφέτας

Abstract


The writer uses published and unpublished material in support of his
contention that the attitude of the KKE towards the NOF was purely opportunistic.
Bound by its conviction of the existence of a “Macedonian” nation, dependent
on Yugoslav assistance, and in a hurry to recruit as many Slavonic speakers as possible into the Republican Army, the KKE proved quite unable
to curb the irredentist and propaganda activity which the NOF’s pro-Yugoslav
elements were carrying out among the Slavo-Macedonians. Even after these
elements were removed in 1948, instead of including the Slavo-Macedonians
as an organic part of the Greek nation and the Greek state, the KKE adopted
the Bulgarian notion of an “independent Macedonia”, which, although it fundamentally
opposed Tito’s dominion over Yugoslav Macedonia, committed the
KKE to support the secession of the “Macedonian” people from the Greek state.

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