Wartime Resistance Fighter Leads Greek Anti-Austerity Battle

On the night of May 30, 1941, Manolis Glezos and a friend secretly tore down the swastika flag from the Acropolis in Athens, an act that inspired the resistance movement across Europe. Now he is fighting for a place in the Greek parliament with the left-wing Syriza coalition. Henry Ridgwell met one of Greece’s most famous figures and asked him about his latest struggle.

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