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گريد — Crēta

Also known as: Crēta; Crete; Κρήτη; ��������.

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7 British General Hospital near Canea, Crete, May 1941. The building on the hill was used as an MDS by 5 Field Ambulance A cave where escapers hid in the White Mountains of Crete A German troop-carrier from which parachutists were dropped over the prison in Crete Arrival in Crete—Capt J. H. Danderson and Sgt K. G. Lett Ay Marina, Crete Back from Crete, — HMS Phoebe Bamboo and oats used as cover in Crete. The weapon is a Boys anti-tank rifle Bill Carson near Galatas in Crete Black and white photograph of group of officers black and white photograph of group pf chaplains and soldiers Brigadier E. Puttick and Brigadier L. M. Inglis (Photograph taken shortly after Crete campaign) Brigadier G. A. Vasey, commander of 19 Australian Infantry Brigade, the morning after his return from Crete British prisoners of war marching back from Sfakia to Galatas, in Crete Coloured map of Crete Crete Crete CRETE CRETE CRETE CRETE CRETE CRETE, Allied Dispositions, 20 May 1941 Crete—7 General Hospital after a bombing raid Crete survivors—8 Platoon, A Company Crown and Anchor cloth, embroidered by Fred Follas and autographed at Stalag VIIIB by all the Petrol Company prisoners of war taken in Crete Divisional Petrol Company at Helwan after evacuating Crete Escaped from Greece: Sgt A. J. Grimmond (centre) and party sailed a caique to Crete General Sir Archibald Wavell, GOC-in-C Middle East, during his visit to Crete in November 1940 GERMAN PARATROOPS TREATED BY NEW ZEALANDERS, Crete — ‘The olive trees gave protection from the unchallenged and ever-active Luftwaffe’ German troops waiting to embark for Crete Greece and Crete: Escape Routes and Routes of Evacuation by Enemy Helwan, July 1941: Lieutenant-Colonel L. W. Andrew and his battalion on return from Crete Leaving Crete Major-General Ringel, commander of 5 Mountain Division, decorating one of his officers after the capture of Crete map of Crete Medical Units and Lines of Evacuation, Crete, May 1941 Mountain troops (note edelweiss cap badges) in a transport aircraft on the way to Crete New Zealand medical and dental officers from Greece and Crete at Stalag VIIIB, November 1941 New Zealand Sisters at Suda Bay, Crete New Zealand troops arrive at Suda Bay, Crete Pte A. Freeman and L-Sgt C. Mclntosh, who escaped from Crete by barge Return from Crete to Alexandria RMT men evacuated from Greece to Crete haul their possessions in a donkey cart Sappers rest by the roadside in Crete Staff-Sergeant T. Moir (second from left) who returned to Crete in February 1943 to help escapers, shown with two Cretans and an English airman. He was captured shortly after the photograph was taken The airborne invasion of Crete The evacuation from Greece—on the Thurland Castle between Crete and Alexandria The Maori choir singing a hymn during the memorial service in Crete These soldiers rowed an 18ft open boat 150 miles from Greece towards Crete until taken in tow by a Greek scow: Training and refitting after Crete—a line detachment on exercises Veterans of the battle in Crete are entertained by the people of Galatas during their visit to the island for the memorial service Vice-Admiral Sir Andrew Cunningham, C-in-C Mediterranean, and Major-General B. C. Freyberg on Board HMS Phoebe after the evacuation of Crete, May 1941 Waiting for nightfall, Crete Wounded from Greece and Crete at mess in a ward of 2 NZ General Hospital, Helwan Wounded German paratroops treated at 5 Field Ambulance, Modhion, Crete ‘The morning we landed in Crete’


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