A cafe in Kalamata, Greece, 1966 by Elliott Erwitt
Henri Cartier-Bresson Greece: Nafpaktos (Naupactus). 1953. Café.
TRAVEL'IN GREECE | Erich Lessing, #Crete, 1955, #travelingreece
Greece, 1941-1944. Μalnourished child holding ration coupon is about to try some soup from a soup kitchen; under German and Axis occupation Greeks were deprived from all food supplies produced in their country, which were sent to Axis troops waging war at the Eastern Front. Things got worse by Greek-run black market "businessmen". Consequently, death ratio due to famine raised to one of the highest in occupied Europe.
At the coffee shop, Rhodes, 1952, Photographer Dimitris Harissiadis (1911-93), Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece Harissiadis, Dimitris (1911-93)
Greece, 1942-1944. Students at an elementary school; a galloping inflation imposed by the German authorities paying for goods on the Greek market with counterfeit money, made an unaffordable luxury the buy of new shows, especially for growing children.
1930, Patra, Peloponnese, Greece
Athens,Greece 1942. Photo taken by Voula Papaioannou.(Under German and Axis occupation, death ratio due to famine raised to one of the highest in occupied Europe).