Athens, Greece, 1944 October the 12th is liberated from the German occupation. The poster at Syntagma sq. runs: "The shameful instruments of fascism deserve a double punishment. The people demand "people's courts". EAM" [=National Liberation Front]. Collaborationists found refuge at the newly arrived government and the Brirtish under pretext of willing to fight any EAM attempt to establish a leftist regime.

Athens, Greece, 1944 October the 12th is liberated from the German occupation. The poster at Syntagma sq. runs: "The shameful instruments of fascism deserve a double punishment. The people demand "people's courts". EAM" [=National Liberation Front]. Collaborationists found refuge at the newly arrived government and the Brirtish under pretext of willing to fight any EAM attempt to establish a leftist regime.

#memories [Bombardment of Piraeus (Greece), February 1941, February 1941, photo by Voula Papaioannou - Phorographic Archives of the Benaki Museum, Athens]

#memories [Bombardment of Piraeus (Greece), February 1941, February 1941, photo by Voula Papaioannou - Phorographic Archives of the Benaki Museum, Athens]

CORINTH GREECE - Peasants In Native Costume ca1900 Postcard

CORINTH GREECE - Peasants In Native Costume ca1900 Postcard

2. Ο Νίκος Καζαντζάκης με τη σύζυγό του Ελένη στην Πίζα. 10.9.1951

2. Ο Νίκος Καζαντζάκης με τη σύζυγό του Ελένη στην Πίζα. 10.9.1951

Νίκος και Ελένη Καζαντζάκη

Νίκος και Ελένη Καζαντζάκη

Play time Greece 60s

Play time Greece 60s

karne ile ekmek alınan günlerde #İstanbul (1942)

karne ile ekmek alınan günlerde #İstanbul (1942)

Bozcaada (Tenedos) üzüm satıcıları.

Bozcaada (Tenedos) üzüm satıcıları.

Greek farmers in 50s. Only bread and olives for lunch

Greek farmers in 50s. Only bread and olives for lunch

Greek freedom fighters, May 19 is the day of remembrance of the Pontian Greek Genocide (1916-1923). Records kept mainly by priests show a minimum 350,000 Pontian Greeks exterminated by Turkish troops and Kurdish para-militaries. Other sources including foreign missionaries mention 500,000 deaths, most through deportation and forced marches into the Anatolian desert. Greek cities (Pafra, Samsous, Kerasous, and Trapezous) endured massacres and deportations that destroyed their populations.

Greek freedom fighters, May 19 is the day of remembrance of the Pontian Greek Genocide (1916-1923). Records kept mainly by priests show a minimum 350,000 Pontian Greeks exterminated by Turkish troops and Kurdish para-militaries. Other sources including foreign missionaries mention 500,000 deaths, most through deportation and forced marches into the Anatolian desert. Greek cities (Pafra, Samsous, Kerasous, and Trapezous) endured massacres and deportations that destroyed their populations.

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