Ano Kerassia, Magnesia, Greece, 1944. Members of the 54th partisan Batallion of the National People's Liberation Army. b/w photo by Kostas Zimeris.
German Fallschirmjagers on Crete. While they suffered extremely high casualties, they did take control of the Island.
German paratrooper and two Greek gendarmes guard a pile of weapons surrendered by British soldiers captured in the town of Corinth, Greece, March-April 1941.
Cretans attacking 3 Germans battle of Crete 1941. Island of the brave. 8000 German paratroopers dropped on a tiny island and the Greek resistance with little help from British killed more then half the troops as they were coming down. The Greeks would stab them with pitchforks and steal their weapons. Fields of blood ran.
Nazis in Crete,WW2.Look the...look of the 2 cretan elders against the soldier
World War II: Battle of Greece
World War II: Battle of Greece: German artillery fires during the advance through Greece, 1941
Festering anger, Nazi war crimes and the £60bn the Greeks believe the Germans owe them
Greek troops march from Koritza towards the front in 1941
Allied prisoners of war on Crete | NZHistory, New Zealand history online
Divisione Julia positioned on mount Scendèli. Greek front. 01/03/1941 - 31/03/1941
The British Army in Greece | 1944 | Men of 2nd Parachute Brigade disembarking from landing craft at Salonika, November 8, 1944.