Wars_Military – WORLD WAR II

Articles, Books, Online Databases


Honor Due for the “Oxi” of Greek Merchant Seamen during WWII – article published in The National Herald, March 16, 2019

Bill the Greek Shares Harrowing WWII Experience – literary review on book by Bill Kanellis, published in The National Herald, March 16, 2019

Fallen Greek Soldiers of World War II Reinterred in Albanian Military Cemetery, published in The National Herald, October 27, 2018

The Greek War Relief Association and It’s Efforts to Save Greece in WWII – by Stavros T. Stavridis, published in The National Herald, November 4, 2017

In Retrospect: Greek Mothers of World War II – by Steve Frangos, published in The National Herald, January 21, 2015

1944 Distomo Greece Massacre – 222 Names

Greeks in Austria to Honor Victims of Nazi Occupation – published in the Greek Reporter, May 12, 2012


405 Arcadian Resistance Fighters from listed villages were executed in other parts of Arcadia – Greece – World War II – from “Arcadia: a cultural history book: by George Papatheodorou

120 Resistance Fighters Executed in Stream of Aghios Nikolaos in Tripolis, Greece 1943 – 1944 – from “Arcadia: a cultural history book: by George Papatheodorou

American Kid: Nazi Occupied Greece through a Child’s Eyes by Constance M. Constant – Literary Review published in The National Herald June 25, 2016

“Inside Hitler’s Greece: The Experience of Occupation 1941-44” by Mark Mazower – (134 Greek names and 74 photographs)

“Occupation of Chios by the Germans and their Administration on the Island 1941-1944” by Philip Argenti was published in 1966 by Cambridge University Press – (includes 129 Greek Names)

“HERAKLES & THE SWASTIKA – Greek Volunteers in the German Army, Police & SS 1943-1945” by Antonio J. Munoz, published in 1998 by Axis Europa Books (includes 23 Greek Names)

“ELAS:  Greek Resistance Army” by Maj-Gen. Stefanos Sarafis is a biographical memoir and includes details on strategy meetings and names of people involved.  The original version was first published in 1946 in Athens, and then translated into English in 1980 (includes 432 Greek Names)

New Voices in the Nation: Women and the Greek Resistance, 1941-1964 by Janet Hart, published in 1996 by Cornell University Press (includes 95 Greek Names)


80,000+ Greece born in U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942

155 born in Greece – Pennsylvania, Veteran Compensation Applications, WWII, 1950

214 Men Born in Greece – U.S. World War II Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947 – Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina

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