Volume III of the biography of George Grivas (in Greek) deals with the decade after the EOKA campaign (1959-1971). It describes his reaction to the London - Zurich Agreements and his unsuccessful attempt to get involved in Greek politics. It refers to his return to Cyprus in 1964, after the Turkish Cypriot revolt, as CIC of the Cyprus defence forces.
This volume presents new evidence on the American - British plans for a Cyprus solution based on Enosis (union with Greece) but with concessions to Turkey and general Grivas' reaction. One other extraordinary chapter examines the Kofinou fiasco that had as a result the removal of general Grivas and the mainland Greek army from Cyprus.
In this volume the author presents unpublished hereto information on how Grivas in 1969 planed to overthrow the Greek Junta, by forming secret underground armed groups and organising the Cypriot students in Greece to participate in his plan.
Finally the reasons of Grivas' secret final return to Cyprus in 1971 are examined and the way that he escaped from his under secret police surveillance flat at Halandri - Athens is revealed.