Revolutionary Organization 17 November / November 17

Revolutionary Organization 17 November  was a Greek Marxist urban guerrilla organization formed in 1975 and believed to have been disbanded in 2002. The group assassinated 23 people in 103 attacks on U.S., British, Turkish and Greek targets. The group believes that capitalism is the cause of social injustive in Greece.VideoVideo: 2012 Documentary Terrorism in Greece and effort of the intelligence services to connect with the anti-dictatorship struggle. The presenter visits Paris, nursery new political ideas in the 60's, which influenced a circle of people. It becomes a little flashback to the period of military dictatorship and resistance organizations were created in Greece and abroad. Members of these organizations remember events from their action. The show focuses on people who played important roles in these groups, such as Alexander GIOTOPOULOS, the subsequent course by trying to explain why many have linked the anti-dictatorship struggle with…

Revolutionary Organization 17 November / November 17, also known as 17 November, N17, RO-N17, Epanastatiki Organosi 17 Noemvri RO-17, November 17 Revolutionary Organization (N17RO), November 17 is an inactive group formed c. 1975.
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