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Greek-Italian War 1940-41, [Cards, Samples, Photos]

 

Archive & Editing of Texts:Nikos Desilslas

 

Ο Greek-Italian war of 1940-41 (also referred to in Greece as the War of 40 or Epic of 40) was the war clash between Greece and the coalition of Italy and Albania, which lasted from 28 October 1940 to 31 May 1941 when the capture of the country by the German forces, which attacked Greece at 6 April 1941. At the time of the German invasion, the Greek army had originated in the Albanian territories as a result of the effective Italian-Albanian forces' response to that day. The Italian government sent to Greece an ultimatum requiring the free passage of the Italian army from the Greek-Albanian border in order to then acquire some strategic points of Greece.Greece's denial is celebrated in Anniversary No.

 

Unknown events of the Greek-Italian war

 

31 Oct. 1940: Greek Destroyer Bombs Italian Places in Epirus

 

On 30 October, on the third day of the war, the Greek army was being pushed by the Italians to the south left-hand side of the front, and the General Command, in order to relieve the defending sections, requested the Navy's assistance. Along with the help that would be provided to the land army, it would be his moral reinforcement and the demonstration that the Greek fleet could move freely in the Straits of Corfu despite the occupation by the rival of the mainland coast.

 

D-83 and "PSARA" D-98, CORFUThe A / T "SPETSAI" D-83 and "PSARA" D-98. (Photo by: hellenicnavy.gr)

 

For this purpose, in 14.15 '30 October, the shipyard "Psara" and "Spetses" sailed from the naval station. It was a new relative (7 years) boat of the Italian type of Dardo but with problematic material and identical to Hydra and Kountouriotis. In Psara he was acting as Lieutenant Colonel of the General Headquarters in order to co-operate with him to precisely define the enemy targets to be bombarded.


The ships passed the Isthmus, the Corinthian Gulf, the Patraikos dams and 16 hours later, at 31 October morning, through the Strait of Lefkimmi, sailed very close to the mainland coast for a surprise appearance. At 06.15 ', they were opposite Arkoudi, Konipolis, Sagiada targets unfortunately in bad weather and with limited visibility. The bombing started at 06.45 and ended on 07.30 '. The two ships, with average 8 junction speeds and 10-17000 measures, put 238 explosive missiles in total (188 was thrown from Spetses and 50 from Psara) with unspecified results.

The light cruiser ELLI, CORFUThe light cruiser ELLI, which torpedoes 1940 in Tinos, anchored in the Corfiot waters

 

No action was taken by the Italian side, and one of the main goals was to stimulate the morale of the struggling Greek sections and the population of Corfu. In the weeks following the war, destroyer troops made three raids on the Adriatic, despite the near-strongest in the presence of the Italian fleet, while the submarines had systematic and successful attacks against enemy ships carrying supplies to the Italian army in Albania.

 

The four Dardo-type destroyers: Kountouriotis, Hydra, Spetses and Psara - CORFUCorfu, shortly before World War II: The four Dardo-type destroyers: Kountouriotis, Hydra, Spetses and Psara, which had the Greek Navy anchored in Corfu along with other smaller ships. In the center of photography, closer to the shore, the Koundouriotis A / T and in the depth of Serbian tourist. The fourth of the Dardo barely visible to the left covered by the buildings near the Café Glass

[Giorgos Zoumpos]

 

Of the two destroyers that carried out the bombing at 31 October, "Psara" sank in the Gulf of Megara by German airplanes on Easter Sunday 20 April 1941, while Spetses fled to Egypt and remained in action throughout war.

 

Propaganda cards Italian and Greek

 

Italian and Greek propaganda cards, CORFU 1940 - 41

 

Italian and Greek propaganda cards, CORFU 1940 - 41

 

Italian and Greek propaganda cards, CORFU 1940 - 41

 

Italian and Greek propaganda cards, CORFU 1940 - 41

 

Italian and Greek propaganda cards, CORFU 1940 - 41

 

Italian and Greek propaganda cards, CORFU 1940 - 41

 

Photos, CORFU 1940 - 41

 

 

Proceedings of Greek newspapers of the time

 

 

Acts of Greek newspapers CORFU 1940 -41

 

Acts of Greek newspapers CORFU 1940 -41

 

Acts of Greek newspapers CORFU 1940 -41

 

Acts of Greek newspapers CORFU 1940 -41

 

Acts of Greek newspapers CORFU 1940 -41

 

Acts of Greek newspapers CORFU 1940 -41

 

Acts of Greek newspapers CORFU 1940 -41

 

Acts of Greek newspapers CORFU 1940 -41

 

Acts of Greek newspapers CORFU 1940 -41

 

Acts of Greek newspapers CORFU 1940 -41

 

Archive, Editing of Texts:Nikos Desilslas

 

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