Papa Anypomonos, a priest in the ranks of the Resistance Army, Greece, 1944.

Papa Anypomonos, a priest in the ranks of the Resistance Army, Greece, 1944. [572x765]

Papa Anypomonos, a priest in the ranks of the Resistance Army, Greece,

Greek soldier.

Selahlik silahlik or bensilah. Ottoman leather weapons belt (selahlik / silahlik) worn throughout the Ottoman Empire, made from layers of leather containing slips to hold a yatagan sword and other weapons.

George Psychoundakis  was a Greek Resistance fighter on Crete during the Second World War. He and the other Cretans organised the rescue of hundreds of Allies, guiding them to a safe pickup and shipment to North Africa. During the postwar years he was at first mistakenly imprisoned as a deserter. Later, his memoirs achieved worldwide success. Though originally a goatherd with minimal education, he translated classical Greek texts into the Cretan dialect.

George Psychoundakis was a Greek Resistance fighter on Crete during the Second…

Greek soldiers, ca. 1918.  Source  : Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection / Army -- Greece

the web site of The New York Public Library Mid-Manhattan Library Digital Picture Collection.

Greek war poster; circa 1940.

A war poster illustrating a Cretan warrior with a caption in Greek that reads, "Many happy returns." This souvenir photo from Greece was sent to President Harry S. Truman by John Marangos, Editor of the Pancretan Union in America.

A Greek Potez 633 B2 straffing Itanians in the mountains

Greece "A Greek Potez 633 strafing Italians in the mountains"

Greek irregular volunteers on the frontier during the Greco-Turkish War, Thessaly, Greece, 1897

Greek irregular volunteers on the frontier during the Greco-Turkish War, Thessaly, Greece, 1897

Greek Independence, Greek Warrior, Greek History, Modern History, Athens Greece, Volunteers, Greek Costumes, Molon Labe, Army Uniform

Greek Soldiers  manning a ( captured?) Brixia Mortar.  The Brixia Model 35 was an Italian small-sized, rapid firing light mortar of World War II.  The Brixia was a complicated weapon and it was costly and lengthy to produce, but, in the hand of skilled operators was superior to other WW2 mortars and could lay down very precise and intense curtains of fire.

Description The Brixia light mortar is a 45 mm calibre light mortar mounted on a legged base and designed for operation by two crew. The rear legs are fitted with a pad for the gunner to la

WSA7827 Greek Turkey War Dated 1897 Greek Soldiers Greece D | eBay

Wsa7827 Greek/Turkey War dated 1897 Greek Soldiers Greece D

Greek/Turkey War dated 1897 Greek Soldiers Greece D

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