The Nazi Occupation of Greece, 1941-44: An Endless List of Crimes, Atrocities and Bloodbaths

  • by  warhistoryonline.com

Despite the fact that several historians and modern day Nazi apologists are trying to exonerate the Germans for the countless atrocities and crimes against humanity they committed in Greece during WW2, the truth cannot be hidden.

In Greece, from 1941 to 1944, the civilian deaths resulting from the Nazi German, fascist Italian (until 1943, when the Italians swiftly changed sides) and Bulgarian occupation, adds up to about 578,000 persons.

 

Read the article by Pierre Kosmidis on warhistoryonline.com

 

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