Greek History & Tradition

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Greece Grece Greek Soldiers called to Balkan Wars 1912-13 from the USA - RARE - Delcampe.net

Greece Grece Greek Soldiers called to Balkan Wars 1912-13 from the USA - RARE - Delcampe.net

1941- Greek soldiers take time out for meal in snow-covered Tepelini sector of Albania during battle with Italians.

1941- Greek soldiers take time out for meal in snow-covered Tepelini sector of Albania during battle with Italians.

SPYROS LOUIS. photo by A. Gaziadis, portrait of the famous Greek athlete winner of the first modern-day Olympic marathon

SPYROS LOUIS. photo by A. Gaziadis, portrait of the famous Greek athlete winner of the first modern-day Olympic marathon

HELLENIC (GREEK) ARMY UNIFORMS, 1915-1924 by Nikos Panos, via Behance GREEK ARMY UNIFORMS (1915-1924) World War One from left to right: Artillery Captain (Nikolakopoulos) Major General (Trikoupis) "Evzone" Rifles Staff Sergeant (Pappaipanides) Infantry Corporal

HELLENIC (GREEK) ARMY UNIFORMS, 1915-1924 by Nikos Panos, via Behance GREEK ARMY UNIFORMS (1915-1924) World War One from left to right: Artillery Captain (Nikolakopoulos) Major General (Trikoupis) "Evzone" Rifles Staff Sergeant (Pappaipanides) Infantry Corporal

Costume of Greek Macedonian Fighter - History of Macedonia the ancient kingdom of Greece

Costume of Greek Macedonian Fighter - History of Macedonia the ancient kingdom of Greece

HELLENIC (GREEK) ARMY UNIFORMS, 1915-1924 by Nikos Panos, via Behance

HELLENIC (GREEK) ARMY UNIFORMS, 1915-1924 by Nikos Panos, via Behance

George I (1845 – 1913) King of Greece from 1863 until his assassination in 1913. He was born in Copenhagen, the 2nd son of Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg. He was only 17 years old when he was elected king by the Greek National Assembly, which had deposed the unpopular former king Otto. George's reign of almost 50 years (the longest in modern Greek history) was characterized by territorial gains as Greece established its place in pre-World War I Europe.

George I (1845 – 1913) King of Greece from 1863 until his assassination in 1913. He was born in Copenhagen, the 2nd son of Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg. He was only 17 years old when he was elected king by the Greek National Assembly, which had deposed the unpopular former king Otto. George's reign of almost 50 years (the longest in modern Greek history) was characterized by territorial gains as Greece established its place in pre-World War I Europe.

Lt Pavlos Melas

Lt Pavlos Melas

The Surprisingly Stressful Life of a Greek Presidential Guard - Mark Byrnes - The Atlantic Cities

The Surprisingly Stressful Life of a Greek Presidential Guard

The Surprisingly Stressful Life of a Greek Presidential Guard - Mark Byrnes - The Atlantic Cities

The Surprisingly Stressful Life of a Greek Presidential Guard - Mark Byrnes - The Atlantic Cities

The Surprisingly Stressful Life of a Greek Presidential Guard

The Surprisingly Stressful Life of a Greek Presidential Guard - Mark Byrnes - The Atlantic Cities


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