London, John Murray. 1968. 2nd Edition. Near fine cloth covers in a near fine pictorial dust jacket. Internally fine. Map and ills. Scarce
In this unique account of the Resistance, Psychoundakis records the daily life of his fellow Cretans, his treacherous journeys on foot from the eastern White Mountains to the western slopes of Mount Ida to transmit messages and transport goods, and his enduring friendships with British officers whose missions he helped to carry out with unflagging courage, energy, and good humor. Includes thirty-two black-and-white photographs and a map.
Author Psychoudakis, George
Publisher John Murray
Condition Near Fine