The Viannos massacre, known as the “Viannos Holocaust,” was a mass extermination campaign launched by Nazi forces against the civilian residents of around 20 villages located in the areas of east Viannos and west Ierapetra provinces on the Greek...
The massacre at Distomo remains to this day one of the most heinous crimes the Nazis committed against innocent women and children
Greeks fought on the side of the Allies on D-Day, June 6, 1944, which was largest seaborne invasion in history.
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.
The story of how locals at the Greek island of Erikousa joined forces to save a family of Jews from certain death in the Holocaust.
It was April 6, 1941 when Germany launched a massive attack on Greece's northern border after Italy failed to capture the country.
A German museum has created a new exhibition to highlight the atrocities carried out by the Nazi occupation forces in Greece, which its organizers say are largely overlooked or unknown in Germany. The outdoor exhibit, entitled "German Crimes in Greece"...
Throughout the history of Greece, the word "OXI" ("No") was spoken to the enemy several times in several different ways. It was on the lips of Leonidas when he faced the mighty Persian army in Thermopylae many centuries ago....