The dominant role of Germany in the Greek bailout has triggered special venom in Greece. Melissa Block talks to Nikos Konstandaras, managing editor of the leading Greek daily Kathimerini, about the tensions between the Greeks and the Germans. He says Greek frustration with the demands of the European Union have spilled over into a war of words between some of his countrymen and some Germans, tapping the collective memory of the German occupation.
Greek Bailout Draws Ire From Germany
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