Battle of Crete
The story of Helias Doundoulakis is like a good war movie: The story of the Greek spy who helped Greece and the U.S. beat the Nazis
June 3, 1941 was the day the village of Kandanos in Crete was burned to the ground and all its 180 residents were massacred by Nazi troops.
This photograph of resistance fighters in Crete posing with German rifles and hand-grenades has been making the rounds of Greek social media
The Battle of Crete will remain forever in military history as the scene of the largest German airborne operation of World War II
The European Paratroopers Association, or EAP, purportedly planned to hold a celebration of the Battle of Crete in Chania in May.
Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison issued a statement recently to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Crete in Greece during World War II.
The Cretan Federation of Australia and New Zealand is preparing to mark the 79th anniversary of the Battle of Crete despite the restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The battle, which began on the morning of May 20, 1941...
The Greek Consulate in Melbourne honored the sole surviving ANZAC veteran from the Battle of Crete in a ceremony held on Thursday. 96-year-old Norman Maddock, who served in the 2nd/7th Australian Infantry Battalion, was also for a time a prisoner...
Emma Ebrahim could not believe her eyes when she found the descendants of the brave Cretan family who had hidden her New Zealander grandfather, who fought with the Allied Forces in the Battle of Crete in faraway 1941, from the Nazis. This...
Greece on Tuesday honored all who selflessly sacrificed their lives in the 1941 Battle of Crete against the invading Nazi forces at a ceremony at the Maleme Airport near Chania. National Defense Minister Evangelos Apostolakis lauded the memory of all...