Lebanon Conference

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The Lebanon conference (Greek: Συνέδριο του Λιβάνου) was held on May 17–20, 1944, between representatives of the Greek government in exile, the pre-war Greek political parties, and the major Greek Resistance organizations, with the British ambassador Reginald Leeper in attendance. The conference occurred after an anti-monarchist mutiny among the Greek military the previous month. Prime Minister Georgios Papandreou was unable to reconcile communist and anti-communist political factions.

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  • C.M. Woodhouse, Modern Greece, Faber and Faber, 1998 ISBN 0-571-19794-9
  • Spyros Linardatos (1986), Από τον εμφύλιο στη χούντα [From the civil war to the junta] (in Greek), Athens: Papazisis Editions, retrieved 11 August 2011
  • Hugonnot, Jean (1946). "Les origines de la crise grecque". Politique étrangère. 11 (1). pp. 82–84. doi:10.3406/polit.1946.5449. Retrieved 11 August 2011.