Αθήνα // Β'ΠΠ - 1944

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Partisan girl from Epirus, Greece, c.1941-1944. Costas Balafas.

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The Nazi propaganda picture shows soldiers of the German Wehrmacht on the Acropolis of Athens after the conquest of the city. The photo was taken in April 1941. Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE -

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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.

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.

Athens, Greece, German Occupation, 1941-44: Nazi officers lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier right below the Greek Parliament building. Insult added to injury.

Athens, Greece, German Occupation, 1941-44: Nazi officers lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier right below the Greek Parliament building. Insult added to injury.

A Humber armoured car supports paratroops during operations against ELAS in Athens, 6 January 1945.

THE BRITISH ARMY IN GREECE 1945

NA 21427. A Humber armoured car supports paratroops during operations against ELAS in Athens 6 January 1945.

An extraordinary photograph: While Gen Georgios Tsolakoglou (sitting, with glasses) signs the surrender of Greece to German forces, SS-Obergruppenführer Sepp Dietrich is obviously enjoying a joke (?) with two Greek staff officers, who should have known better than fraternizing so openly with the enemy. Postwar, Tsolagoglou was sentenced to death for signing the surrender without authorization and collaborating with the enemy. He died in prison in 1948.

An extraordinary photograph: While Gen Georgios Tsolakoglou (sitting, with glasses) signs the surrender of Greece to German forces, SS-Obergruppenführer Sepp Dietrich is obviously enjoying a joke (?) with two Greek staff officers, who should have known better than fraternizing so openly with the enemy. Postwar, Tsolagoglou was sentenced to death for signing the surrender without authorization and collaborating with the enemy. He died in prison in 1948.

1945. Παραδοθείς οπλισμός του ΕΛΑΣ μετά τη Συμφωνία της Βάρκιζας

1945. Παραδοθείς οπλισμός του ΕΛΑΣ μετά τη Συμφωνία της Βάρκιζας

Athens, Greece, December 1944. A man of Sir Ronald MacKenzie Scobie British soldiers involved in Greek Civil War, getting some rest inside the Acropolis Museum.

Athens, Greece, December 1944. A man of Sir Ronald MacKenzie Scobie British soldiers involved in Greek Civil War, getting some rest inside the Acropolis Museum.

Germans fighting during the Greek Civil War

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Greece 1941 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

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Joseph Goebbels ( right) during a visit to Greece in derBesichtigung the Acropolis in Athens ; left : Mayor KonstantinKotzias ; in the background of the Parthenon

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Photo taken in December 1944 in Athens, of soldiers during the World War II. British troops entered Athens 14 October 1944, two months before the civil war began in Greece.(AFP Photo)

Payback: Greek govt to launch legal battle for new WWII reparations from Germany — RT News | Alternative | Before It's News

All Light News Published time: April 24, 2013 19:17 Photo taken in December 1944 in Athens, of soldiers during the World War II. British ...

A page from the November 1944 edition of Life Magazine featuring the photo essay "What the Germans Did to Greece" about Distomo.

On This Day June 10, 1944: Haunting Images From Nazi Massacre at Distomo - The Pappas Post

On June 10, 1944, one of the most brutal events in all of World War II took place in the tiny village of Distomo on the Greek mainland. According to