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Y-1 Katsonis (Greek: Y-1 Κατσώνης), the first class of Greek submarines ordered after the First World War. It was built at the Gironde Bordeaux shipyards between 1925-27, and commissioned into the Hellenic Navy on 8 June 1928.

Katsonis (Greek: Κατσώνης), the first class of Greek submarines ordered after the First World War. It was built at the Gironde Bordeaux shipyards between and commissioned into the Hellenic Navy on 8 June

Greek Submarine Y-2 "Papanikolis"

This Day in WWII History: Dec Greek submarine Papanikolis sinks the Italian motor ship Antonietta.

Georgios Averof (Greek: Θ/Κ Γεώργιος Αβέρωφ) is a Greek warship which served as the flagship of the Royal Hellenic Navy during most of the first half of the 20th Century. Although popularly known as a battleship (θωρηκτό), it is in fact an armored cruiser,(θωρακισμένο καταδρομικό), the only one of its type worldwide still in existence.

Georgios Averof (Greek: Θ/Κ Γεώργιος Αβέρωφ) is a Greek warship which served as the flagship of the Royal Hellenic Navy during most of the first half of the 20th Century. Although popularly known as a battleship (θωρηκτό), it is in fact an armored cruiser,(θωρακισμένο καταδρομικό), the only one of its type worldwide still in existence.

THE BRITISH ARMY IN GREECE 1945

Image A Humber armoured car supports paratroops during operations against ELAS in Athens, 6 January

Aitape, New Guinea. 24 October 1943. A photograph found on the body of a dead Japanese soldier showing NX143314 Sergeant (Sgt) Leonard G. Siffleet of "M" Special Unit, wearing a blindfold and with his arms tied, prior to being beheaded with a sword. The Japanese soldier to Siffleet's left is Chief Petty Officer Watanabe Teruo. A group of local men and Japanese stand and crouch in the background. The execution was ordered by Vice Admiral Kamada.

Aitape, New Guinea. 24 October A photograph found on the body of a dead Japanese soldier showing Sergeant (Sgt) Leonard G. Siffleet of "M" Special Unit, wearing a blindfold and with .