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British artillerymen (left) hand out tea and bread to Greek soldiers during the Battle of Crete as a Greek officer and a policemen watch on the right. The Greek armed forces suffered from a shortage of modern weapons and motor transport. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

British artillerymen (left) hand out tea and bread to Greek soldiers during the Battle of Crete as a Greek officer and a policemen watch on the right. The Greek armed forces suffered from a shortage of modern weapons and motor transport.

A group of Greek partisans and British Special Operations Executive agents posing on Crete (1944). Note the captured German MP40 submachine gun at the center. (He was doing undercover work with the resistance in the mountains for eighteen months before he was killed.)

A group of Greek partisans and British Special Operations Executive agents posing on Crete Note the captured German submachine gun at the center. (He was doing undercover work with the resistance in the mountains for eighteen months before he was killed.

Αποτέλεσμα εικόνας για κατοχη πόλεμος φωτο

Αποτέλεσμα εικόνας για κατοχη πόλεμος φωτο

1 Δεκεμβρίου 1913: Η Ένωση της Κρήτης με την Ελλάδα

1 Δεκεμβρίου 1913: Η Ένωση της Κρήτης με την Ελλάδα

Antique Print 1896 Crete Candia War Greek Army Bathing Phaleron Czar | eBay

Antique Print 1896 Crete Candia War Greek Army Bathing Phaleron Czar | eBay

A mixed group of Greek irregular soldiers and partisans happily pose as they celebrate the liberation of their country at the end of the Second World War. Greek partisans together with British paratroopers drove the German army from Athens after three and a half years of occupation. Papandreous raised the Greek flag over the Parthenon in front of an enthusiastic crowd on October 18th, 1944.

Portrait of Greek partisans, members of the Cretan Resistance. The Cretan Resistance was an armed movement against the occupying forces of Germany and Italy by the residents of the Greek island of.

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