The aftermath of street fighting in Athens, December 1944.
ATHENS, December 1944.
The liberation of Athens WWII
Greece, 1945-1949. A civil war era classroom in a DAG (Democratic Army of Greece) dominated remote mountain area. The Greek poster on the wall reads: :Long live Nikos Zachariadis, Greek people's leader".
December 1944 ~ Syntagma square, Athens (photo by Dmitri Kessel)
6 December 1944: British troops begin to intervene in Greece The ELAS communist group of Greek resistance fighters had been the best organised during the occupation – but were now being asked to disarm.
Funeral of Dekembriani Victims in Athens 1944
1945 Press Photo Athens Greece lines at soup kitchens run by British troops