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September 1, 1941: German government orders Jews to wear yellow stars. Anti-Jewish laws were also enforced in Italy, under the dictatorship of Mussolini. This photograph pictures a young Jewish child with a Star of David badge from Rhodes, where Anti-Jewish laws were in effect.

German paratrooper machine gun team inside a building. Date/location unknown.

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 Every Sunday this place was full of… Greece Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Attica Athens, Athens Greece, Greece Tours, Greece Photography, Greek Life

Αιγλη Ζαππειο (1948) - Aigli, Zappeion. Every Sunday this place was full of families. After a visit to the National Garden, it was time for coffee for parents and/or grandparents and ice cream for children.Aigli is still there. It's not the same anymore, but if you want coffee, ice cream, or dinner you can try it. S.

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c.1940 ~ Anafiotika, Athens

David Chim Seymour - Orphans of the Greek War circa 1948 - original photo Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Greece Photography, Vintage Photography, David, Greek History, Famous Photographers, Magnum Photos
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David Chim Seymour Orphans of the Greek War Circa 1948 original photograph

David Chim Seymour - Orphans of the Greek War Circa 1948 - original photograph

Germany invaded Greece on April This is a May 1941 military archival photo of a halftrack (probably a SdKfz with an anti-aircraft gun parked incongruously amidst the grandeur of ancient ruins at the Temple of Zeus in Athens, Greek History, World History, World War Ii, Military Photos, Military History, Ww2 Photos, Ww2 Pictures, Ancient Ruins, German Army

May 1941: Flak gun deployed in front of the ruins of the Temple of Zeus, a short distance from Syntagma Square in the center of Athens

German paratroopers coming down on 20 May during the battle for Crete. It was in these tense first moments of landing they would be most vulnerable, particularly if the unit was subject to any. Narvik, Paratrooper, Luftwaffe, Military Photos, Military History, Battle Of Crete, Rotterdam, German Soldiers Ww2, Germany Ww2

German invasion of Crete, 1941

Article in "LIFE" magazine about what the Nazi Germans did to Greece during WWII (including the massacre at the town of Distomo, hence the photo) Greek History, World History, Old Greek, Greek Culture, All Nature, Amazing Nature, Crete, Corfu, Athens Greece
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German occupying forces raise the Nazi Reichskriegsflagge on the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. German Soldier, German Army, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Greek History, World History, Athens Acropolis, Athens Greece, Parthenon
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In April, five months after its troops had subdued the Italians, the glory that was Greece failed. Axis forces, mostly German, rushed in from Romania and Bulgaria. The Greeks, bolstered by 58,000 British soldiers, fought bravely again. But by late May the Nazi flag was hoisted over the Acropolis.

Greece, Rahil Meyir Ezra, a Holocaust survivor. Prisoner number: Born in Ioannina, Greece. Deported by the Germans from Ioannina to the camps on Was interne d in Birkenau and Bergen Belsen. Released in Germany on and returned to Greece the same year.

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Photographic Print: Australian howitzer on the Somme front, World War I, : Narvik, Luftwaffe, Paratrooper, History Of Germany, Germanic Tribes, Barbarian, Roman Empire, Rotterdam, World War Ii
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German paratrooper and two Greek gendarmes guard a pile of weapons surrendered by British soldiers captured in the town of Corinth, Greece, March-April 1941.

Black and White Reflections Corfu Greece, 1964 by David Hurn Greece Photography, Old Photography, Monochrome Photography, Artistic Photography, Black And White Photography, Street Photography, Greece Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos
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Greece, Eftihia Levi Stavrocopoulu, a Holocaust survivor. Prisoner number: The sorrow in her eys and on her face shows the horrors she lived through. Born in Corfu, Greece. Deported from Corfu to the camps by the Germans on Was intern

Dec The Greek fighters who have just finished a war with the Germans are… Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Greek History, Athens History, Still Photography, White Photography, Athens Greece, Life Magazine
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ATHENS, December 1944.

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One exhausted guerrilla fighter surrenders to the Greek army during the Greek Civil War. (Photo by Bert Hardy/Getty Images). Greece Pictures, Old Pictures, Hellenic Army, Greek Soldier, Greek Warrior, British Soldier, Second World, Black And White Pictures, Military History

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One exhausted guerrilla fighter surrenders to the Greek army during the Greek Civil War. (Photo by Bert Hardy/Getty Images). 1948