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Parapoungia. Bride.Greece; Boeotia; Leuctra; Parapoungia. Wedding guests. Creator:	   Dorothy Burr Thompson Site:	   Leuctra Region:	   Boeotia Country:	   Greece Date:1924 Repository:	  ASCSA ARCHIVES Collection Title:Dorothy Burr Thompson

Parapoungia. Bride.Greece; Boeotia; Leuctra; Parapoungia. Wedding guests. Creator: Dorothy Burr Thompson Site: Leuctra Region: Boeotia Country: Greece Date:1924 Repository: ASCSA ARCHIVES Collection Title:Dorothy Burr Thompson

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Here are a few images I've gleaned from the holdings of the National Naval Aviation Museum.

Greek girls from Sivrihisar (90 km east of Eskişehir) in traditional festive costumes.  Clothing style: ca. 1920.

Greek girls from Sivrihisar km east of Eskişehir) in traditional festive costumes. Clothing style: ca.

Fishing Musky [Muskellunge] at Lake LeBoeuf.

Fishing Musky [Muskellunge] at Lake LeBoeuf.

Traditional woman dress from North Anatolia -Turkey (Black Sea-Trabzon) beginning of 20th century

Traditional woman dress from North Anatolia -Turkey (Black Sea-Trabzon)…

Lefktra, Greece, 1924. Dorothy's Burr Thompson photo archive.

Lefktra, Greece, 1924. Dorothy's Burr Thompson photo archive.

Leuctra-Boeotia-1924.(Parapoungia). D.B. in wedding dance. Dorothy Burr Thompson

in wedding dance.

The Great 1953 Ionian Earthquake struck the southern Ionian Islands on August 12, 1953. Beginning on 8 August there were over 113 recorded earthquakes in the region between Kefalonia and Zakynthos, but the most destructive was the earthquake of August 12th. That earthquake struck at 11.24 local time and measured 7.2 on the surface wave magnitude scale and caused widespread damage throughout the islands of Kefalonia and Zakynthos.

The Great 1953 Ionian Earthquake struck the southern Ionian Islands on August…

Thessaly, Greece, 1942-1944. Greek kids joined the resistance against the Axis Triple occupation of the country. They were organized in "Aetopoula" (i.e. Young Eagles) affiliated to EAM (i.e. National Liberation Front). They mostly served carrying messages to resistants. Here, four Aetopoula, show the marks or torture by the German occupation forces at Thessaly, perhaps in 1944. They were released because the Germans couldn't break them & spared their lives.

children - Greek resistance fighters were known as "Aetopoula" (Young Eagles). The photo features four Aetopoula who'd been captured, tortured and, apparently, later released by the German occupation forces at Thessaly c.

Parapoungia. Women. Creator:	 Dorothy Burr Thompson Site:	   Leuctra Region:	   Boeotia Country:	   Greece Date:1924 Repository:	ASCSA ARCHIVES Collection Title:Dorothy Burr Thompson

Parapoungia. Women. Creator: Dorothy Burr Thompson Site: Leuctra Region: Boeotia Country: Greece Date:1924 Repository: ASCSA ARCHIVES Collection Title:Dorothy Burr Thompson

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