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  • n. Plural form of Venizelist.

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  • Venizelists supported their leader's bourgeois democratic goals, capitalist development, national integration, and moral, intellectual renewal (Kokkini, 1989: 14).

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

  • Each side was identified with a particular constitutional regime, the Venizelists with the Republic, and the anti-Venizelists with the monarchy, even if this correspondence was imperfect and ambiguous (Mavrogordatos, 1983: 25).

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

  • Note 27: Parallel to the mixed successes of the economic policies instituted by the liberal government was the political struggle between Venizelists and anti-Venizelists.

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

  • While the content of this conflict is far too complex to be explored here, the division crystallised into a 'National Schism' by 1916, over the issue of Greek participation in the Great War, which anti-Venizelists opposed.

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

  • After all, bourgeois-liberals, socialists, and Venizelists shared the conviction that the 1922 National Catastrophe was caused by royalists and their willingness to stop at nothing to curb Venizelos's reforms. back

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

  • The anti-Venizelists headed by King Constantine, and in coalition with the old nineteenth-century establishment parties, represented a counteroffensive of 'the oligarchical interests hit by Venizelos' bourgeois revolution and the post-revolutionary life of Greece '(Mavrogordatos, 1983: 26).

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

  • Their secret police (OPLA) identified all Venizelists and Royalists, and marked them down for Fascists.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • But on that evening, one of the Venizelists who was about to risk his life by defecting to EDES came up to him later in the darkness, sympathetically offering him a cigarette, and explaining, 'Look, you don't have to understand all that jargon from our sesquipedalian friend, because all it boils down to is that you've got to do just as he says, or he'll cut your throat.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • Venizelos resigned and was followed (Nov. 4) by a moderate Royalist cabinet under Panyotis Tsaldaris, who declared his loyalty to the republic and was therefore tolerated by the Venizelists.

    1932, Sept. 25

  • The Venizelists failed to secure a majority in the election.

    1932, Sept. 25

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