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Greece, 1941-1944. Μalnourished child holding ration coupon is about to try some soup from a soup kitchen; under German and Axis occupation Greeks were deprived from all food supplies produced in their country, which were sent to Axis troops waging war at the Eastern Front. Things got worse by Greek-run black market "businessmen". Consequently, death ratio due to famine raised to one of the highest in occupied Europe.

Greece, 1941-1944. Μalnourished child holding ration coupon is about to try some soup from a soup kitchen; under German and Axis occupation Greeks were deprived from all food supplies produced in their country, which were sent to Axis troops waging war at the Eastern Front. Things got worse by Greek-run black market "businessmen". Consequently, death ratio due to famine raised to one of the highest in occupied Europe.

Robert Mitchum in Greece 1958

Robert Mitchum in Greece 1958

Athens tram 1959

Athens tram 1959

These Greek children are from Makri, a village burned and looted by the Germans. It was 50 miles from Distomo. Nov. 27, 1944.

These Greek children are from Makri, a village burned and looted by the Germans. It was 50 miles from Distomo. Nov. 27, 1944.

Το νέο νηπιαγωγείο που ονειρεύομαι : Διατροφή στην Κατοχή

Το νέο νηπιαγωγείο που ονειρεύομαι : Διατροφή στην Κατοχή

Voula Papaioannou, the awakening, Mykonos 1950-55

Voula Papaioannou, the awakening, Mykonos 1950-55

Smyrna 1922 by Davidian Video Productions. "The Great Fire of Smyrna is the name commonly given to the fire that ravaged Izmir/Smyrna from 13 to 17 September 1922. Turkish armed forces systematically burned the city and killed Greek and Armenian inhabitants. This is based on extensive eyewitness evidence from Western troops sent to Smyrna during the evacuation, foreign diplomats/relief workers based at Smyrna and Turkish sources." - www.Wikipedia.org

Smyrna 1922 by Davidian Video Productions. "The Great Fire of Smyrna is the name commonly given to the fire that ravaged Izmir/Smyrna from 13 to 17 September 1922. Turkish armed forces systematically burned the city and killed Greek and Armenian inhabitants. This is based on extensive eyewitness evidence from Western troops sent to Smyrna during the evacuation, foreign diplomats/relief workers based at Smyrna and Turkish sources." - www.Wikipedia.org

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tilestwra.com | Σπάνιες φωτογραφίες: Η καθημερινότητα των ανθρώπων στην Ελλάδα το 1950 1965

tilestwra.com | Σπάνιες φωτογραφίες: Η καθημερινότητα των ανθρώπων στην Ελλάδα το 1950 1965

Άννα Αγγελοπούλου: Κατοχή. Εικόνες πείνας. Φωτογραφίες της Βούλας Παπαϊωάννου

Άννα Αγγελοπούλου: Κατοχή. Εικόνες πείνας. Φωτογραφίες της Βούλας Παπαϊωάννου

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