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German WWII propaganda depicting a German soldier, "Kreta" - fighting on Crete For Ben

German WWII propaganda depicting a German soldier, "Kreta" - fighting on Crete For Ben

Cretans attacking 3 Germans battle of Crete 1941. Island of the brave. 8000 German paratroopers dropped on a tiny island and the Greek resistance with little help from British killed more then half the troops as they were coming down. The Greeks would stab them with pitchforks and steal their weapons. Fields of blood ran.

Cretans attacking 3 Germans battle of Crete 1941. Island of the brave. 8000 German paratroopers dropped on a tiny island and the Greek resistance with little help from British killed more then half the troops as they were coming down. The Greeks would stab them with pitchforks and steal their weapons. Fields of blood ran.

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A German Gebirgsjäger during the fight for Galatas, half way between Souda Bay and Maleme Airfield. A destroyed Light Tank, Mk VI can be seen near the bend in the road, one of a dozen or so that the British had on the island, along with a handful of Matilda IIs.

A German Gebirgsjäger during the fight for Galatas, half way between Souda Bay and Maleme Airfield. A destroyed Light Tank, Mk VI can be seen near the bend in the road, one of a dozen or so that the British had on the island, along with a handful of Matilda IIs.

"Hedekia'' stadium in Heraclion, Crete (c.1920's) Today the stadium is known as 'Liberty' stadium Thank you Ioannis Ikonomakis

"Hedekia'' stadium in Heraclion, Crete (c.1920's) Today the stadium is known as 'Liberty' stadium Thank you Ioannis Ikonomakis

Mountain troops reach Galatas (Crete) 1941, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Diary May 25, 1941

Diary for Sunday, May 25, 1941: Sea War Atlantic: Lagos and Takoradi harbours mined by U-boat U-69 (nights May 25-26 and 26-27). Politics Admiral Raeder, C-in-C German Navy, warns that sending of US supply convoys