Executive Producers Sheila Nevins, John Hoffman; Parts 1 & 3 produced by John Hoffman, Editor Paula Heredia; Part 2 produced by John Hoffman, Dan Chaykin, Directed by Dan Chaykin, Editor Jennifer Mcgarrity; Part 4 produced by John Hoffman, Dan Chaykin, Directed by Dan Chaykin, Editors Paula Heredia, Jennifer McGarrity, Charlton McMillan, Bruce Shaw; Parts 1- 4 Producer Sarah Teale, Director of Photography Dyanna Taylor, Original Music Wendy Blackstone, Adam Dorn, Daniel Freiberg, Graphic Design Todd Ruff, Co-Producers Tomek Gross, Alexandra Moss, Sonia Dulay Ricci, Production Executive Susan Benaroya, Line Producer Ellin Baumel, Post Production Supervisor Kate Barry
The bitterest and longest-lasting legacy of the German occupation was the social upheaval it wrought. The old political elites were sidelined, and the Resistance against the Axis brought to the fore the leftist National Liberation Front (EAM), arguably the country's first true mass-movement, where the Communists played a central role. In an effort to oppose its growing influence, the Germans encouraged the pre-war conservative establishment to confront it, and allowed the creation of armed units . As elsewhere in Eastern Europe, in the last year of the occupation, conditions in Greece often approximated a civil war between EAM and everyone else. The rift would become permanent in December 1944, when EAM and the British-backed government clashed in Athens, and again in a fully fledged civil war from 1946–1949 .
Precipitation is generally scarce apart from monsoonal storms. The wettest month on record has been July 2010 with inches or millimetres, but totals above inches or millimetres are confined to the monsoon season apart from an anomaly on December 1991 when three major subtropical cyclones brought inches ( mm). 1991 was also the wettest full calendar year with inches or millimetres. Snowfall is extremely rare, with a median of zero and mean of inches or metres; the heaviest snow known in Truth or Consequences is the inches or metres that fell during the record cold spell of Christmas 1987.