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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.

Maori Battalion training at Maadi, Egypt.

british army in crete WWII - pin by Paolo Marzioli

British Eevee

Churchill tank column with treads for additional protection. Looks like tracks over the turret.

British ships under attack at Suda Bay Crete 1941

October 28: The Anniversary of “OXI” Day

Asisbiz major battles of world war II -

A group of British soldiers in a trench with fixed bayonets, Crete, Greece, late May 1941.

[Photo] A group of British soldiers in a trench with fixed bayonets, Crete, Greece, late May 1941

A group of British soldiers in a trench with fixed bayonets, Crete, Greece, late May 1941

Dead German Para

A British soldier observes the charred remains of a dead German parachutist. He is holding over his shoulders two rifles and in his right hand the German's Luger pistol - during Operation "Mercury" (the landing of German troops in island of Crete).

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 Crete -  part of the larger Greek Resistance. For the first time during the war, attacking German and Italian forces in Crete faced a valiant and violent resistance from the local population. Cretan civilians and guerillas picked off paratroopers or attacked them with knives, axes, scythes or even…

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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