SIGNED, 1950, Andreas Nenedakis, El Alamein, Aspri Frachtes, WW2, Cover Design by Paris Prekas


Paris Alexandros Prekas (1926–1999) was a Greek painter, engraver, sculptor, jeweller. His works are exhibited in public and private collections and museums in Greece and abroad.


Ανδρέας Νενεδάκης

Άσπροι φράχτες – Aspri Frachtes

Ελ Αλαμέιν


Andreas Nenedakis

White fences

El Alamein


First edition.

Cover design by Paris Prekas

Athens, 1959

Private edition, published by the author

Signed and dedicated by the author to his friend and artist Takis Sideris

247 Pages

Original Paper Binding with Dust Jacked

Unopened Copy

22cm x 15cm (approx. 8,7inch. x 5,8inch.)

Andreas Nenedakis (1918-2006)  was born in Rethymno, Crete from a family of fighters, who were active in Crete, Epirus and Macedonia. In 1938 he settled in Athens. During World War II he served in the Middle East, fought in the Battle of El Alamein and in 1944 was sentenced to death for his participation in the Middle East movement. Until 1952 he lived in a state of persecution and imprisonment.  He first appeared in literature in 1941 with the publication of verses in the newspaper Niki.  In 1954 he published the journal Bir Hakim, followed by prose, studies and articles in newspapers and magazines.

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