Wounded of the Fallschirmjager Regiment being treated by a Sanitäter. Due to the way the Fallschirmjager jumped, as well as the terrain, the Fallschirmjager casualty rate was nearly in the initial part of the attack on Kreta. Pin by Paolo Marzioli
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.
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.