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battle of Crete 1941

battle of Crete 1941

Egnatia Avenue and the Arch of Galerius (Kamara) in Thessaloniki, donkeys and cars. In the background Rotunda or Church of St. George, 1962 by Hubertus Hierl (Germany).

Egnatia Avenue and the Arch of Galerius (Kamara) in Thessaloniki, donkeys and cars. In the background Rotunda or Church of St. George, 1962 by Hubertus Hierl (Germany).

Το Πολυτεχνείο το 1900. Χωματόδρομος η Πατησίων.

Το Πολυτεχνείο το 1900. Χωματόδρομος η Πατησίων.

The Nazi propaganda picture shows a soldier of the German Wehrmacht overlooking Athens after the conquest of the city. The photo was taken in May 1941. Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE -

The Nazi propaganda picture shows a soldier of the German Wehrmacht overlooking Athens after the conquest of the city. The photo was taken in May 1941. Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE -

Manolis Glezos and Apostolos Santas climbed on the Acropolis on May 30, 1941 and tore down the swastika, which had been there since April 27, 1941, when the Nazi forces had entered Athens. It was one of the first resistance acts and inspired not only the Greeks, but all subjected people, to resist against the occupation, establishing both as international anti-Nazi heroes. The Nazi regime responded by sentencing Glezos and Santas to death in absentia.

Manolis Glezos and Apostolos Santas climbed on the Acropolis on May 30, 1941 and tore down the swastika, which had been there since April 27, 1941, when the Nazi forces had entered Athens. It was one of the first resistance acts and inspired not only the Greeks, but all subjected people, to resist against the occupation, establishing both as international anti-Nazi heroes. The Nazi regime responded by sentencing Glezos and Santas to death in absentia.

GREECE: GERMAN TANKS, 1944. German tanks driving through the Galerius Arch in Salonika, Greece, during World War II. German army photograph, April 1944. Full credit: SV-Bilderdienst - ullstein bild / The Granger Collection. Credit: ullstein bild / The Granger Collection, NYC — All rights reserved.

GREECE: GERMAN TANKS, 1944. German tanks driving through the Galerius Arch in Salonika, Greece, during World War II. German army photograph, April 1944. Full credit: SV-Bilderdienst - ullstein bild / The Granger Collection. Credit: ullstein bild / The Granger Collection, NYC — All rights reserved.

"Ares" Velouhiotis, was a leader of the Greek Resistance movement during WW2.

"Ares" Velouhiotis, was a leader of the Greek Resistance movement during WW2.

Κρήτη 1940

Κρήτη 1940

Thessaloniki City, Greece 1950's

Thessaloniki City, Greece 1950's

Ο ΕΛΑΣ μπαίνει στη Θεσσαλονίκη.

Ο ΕΛΑΣ μπαίνει στη Θεσσαλονίκη.

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