David “Chim” Seymour (1911-1956)  Mykonos, Greece, 1951

David “Chim” Seymour Mykonos, Greece, 1951 this is the first I have heard of him--what a magnificent shot ! this is the greece of a long time gone--maggie

Greek children during WWII.  Location: Greece  Date taken: October 1944

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Nov. 12, 1939: This photo, published shortly after the start of the Second World War, ran with this caption: “The Winged Victory of Samothrace, another great achievement of the ancient Greek sculptors, packed for removal in accordance with plans for its protection formulated far in advance of the war.”

The evacuation of the Winged Victory of Samothrace from the Louvre during World War II. Fuente: The History Of The Louvre Museum Paris France bloodandcandies The evacuation of the Winged Victory of Samothrace from the Louvre during World War II.

by Willy Pragher Shoe Store in Athens, 1930s.

schwingheil: “ adanvc: “ Shoe Store in Athens. by Willy Pragher ” Gosh dang. And the fella’s DB vest isn’t too bad either.

David Seymour - Olympia. GREECE. 1951. At the full moon in September, the traditional time for ancient Olympic games, a panegyreis (county fair) takes place. Every tavern hires an orchestra for the occasion. This one has a gypsy singer and dancer.

David Seymour - Olympia, At the full moon in September, the traditional time for ancient Olympic games, a panegyreis (county fair) takes place. Every tavern hires an orchestra for the occasion. This one has a gypsy singer and dancer.

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