Greece in World War I
At the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, the Kingdom of Greece remained a neutral nation. Despite this, in October 1914, Greek forces moved in and occupied the areas of southern Albania that it claimed (Northern Epirus) at a time when the new Principality of Albania was in turmoil. At the same time, the Kingdom of Italy occupied Saseno and later that December the port of Valona. By the end of 1915, Greek troops abandoned their holdings in Albania without a fight to the expanding Italian forces.

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Greece during World War I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, the Kingdom of Greece remained a neutral nation. Despite this, in October 1914, Greek forces moved in and ...
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Military history of Greece during World War II - Wikipedia, the free ...
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Greece wants Germany to pay, this time for Second World War ...
Oct 9, 2013 ... Athens says Berlin owes more than $230-billion for war-time havoc wreaked by the Nazis.
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Greece and the First World War | History Today
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Greece is seeking to revive a long-standing demand for reparations from Germany arising from World War II, its foreign minister said on Wednesday, in a move ...
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This is absolutely unorthodox. The move will bring more oil to the fire between Athens and Berlin and the people of the countries respectively. The heavy austerity measures and the dedication of the Greek people to reboost the economy has made Fitch Ratings to upgrade its sovereign credit rating for Greece, nontheless the people are…
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(Above left) The tanks had once again re-entered the picture of the Ohi Day parade; (Above right) Soldiers parading old regimental flags in the city of Thessaloniki for Ohi Day; (Below left) Police faced the people attending the military parade for the event; (Below right) A girl in Grecian traditional costume holding the hand of a man wearing traditional military uniform during the parade. October 28 is an important day in Greece’s calendar – it is the day when then Greek Prime Minister Ioannis Metaxas (in power from 1936-1941) rejected the demands made by Italian dictator Benito Mussolini – October 28, 1940.
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American's Death Still A Greek Mystery, 65 Years Later
George Polk was a CBS correspondent covering the Greek civil war when he was murdered in 1948. Three men were convicted of involvement, but now an ex-prosecutor wants to reopen the case.
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