Talk:Apostasia of 1965

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POV looks like it needs some work. The chronology isn't entirely clear, either. Can you provide a timeline? Also, what exactly happened on October 10? I noticed you listed Apostasia in October 10th's events, but I can't from your article ascertain what happened on that date. Rklawton 00:59, 14 March 2006 (UTC)

Aspida[edit]

There was no reference in the article to the Aspida scandal, which a great deal to do with the political turmoil of the period. It's faulse not to mention these crucial events and, that's why, I intervened. Additionally:

  • Mitsotakis was not the leader of the "apostates". He was one of the pioneers but not their leader. It is not right and historically accurate to present him in this way. He was accused to be the leader of the "apostates" later, during the '80s, by Andreas for political reasons.

Stefanopoulos, for instance, was, at the period, a much more prominent politician than Mitsotakis.

  • It is wrong and unfair to say that the Greek Army has or had a right-wing or nationalistic ideology. It is wrong, because: a) There are and there were too many centrists in the army (I do not think that these officers belonged to the exreme right!!!), b) four 2 years the army was led by generals approved by Georgios Papandreou. Were they extremists? Garoufalias wasn't he a centrist? Of course there were righ-wing and nationalistic fractions in the Greek Army but not everybody was like that. Let's not be absolute!
  • Papandreou was not totally innocent for what happened. Of course, the King's responsibility is huge but the prime minister did nothing wrong? His son was accused to be a member of an appauling conspiracy group inside the army and he insisted to become Defence Minister!!! Isn't this outrageous? And why did he fire Garoufalias, a minister chosen by him, a minister who was his friend, if he wanted the truth to be revealed? And was he a strong politician, since he was changing his mind every time he was meeting Constantine or Andreas?!!! For God shake! Of course, the King acted in an unacceptable way but let's try to be a bit objective and examine the role of all the persons who were involved in this crisis, including the role of Georgios and Andreas Papandreou.

Anyway, my interventions had to do with the respect of the historical accuracy and with my will to introduce some sense of objectivity. Yannismarou 18:21, 8 April 2006 (UTC)

What does 'putschist' mean?[edit]

What is the meaning of this word as used in the article? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.146.14.28 (talk) 01:30, 17 September 2007 (UTC)

It derives from the German term putsch meaning coup d'état. It denotes a coup d'état participant. Dr.K. 03:21, 17 September 2007 (UTC)

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