You might want to look into Greece's own fascist history.
Not only during WWII, where of course the Greek government was deposed and fascist sympathizers put in power by the German Army, but afterwards. The Greek Civil War, while supposedly between "royalists" and "communists" was more about "former fascist elements versus former partisan elements" (same in Italy, though that was less civil war and more terrorism).
Equally, the rule of the Colonels was quasi-fascist in nature. It was aimed at saving the country from "anarcho-communists" by installing a military dictatorship which used pretty brutal torture and mass arrests to stay in power. Also heavy doses of nationalism and Greek Orthodoxy. There were links going back right to the original "Hellenic Raiding Group" from the Civil War to the junta.
Given the junta ended 42 years ago, people who were junior officers then are highly ranked or recently retired officers now. And, hell, November 17's campaign against those they saw as complicit in the crimes of the junta kept on going right up to 2002.