Where did battle of Greece take place?
The Battle of Greece (also known as Operation Marita, German: Unternehmen Marita) was a World War II battle that occurred on the Greek mainland and in southern Albania.
Who fought in the Battle of Greece?
German invasion of Greece
|Battle of Greece|
|Axis: Germany Italy Albania Bulgaria||Allies: Greece United Kingdom Australia New Zealand|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Wilhelm List Maximilian von Weichs Rudolf Veiel Ugo Cavallero||Alexandros Papagos Henry Wilson Thomas Blamey Bernard Freyberg|
Did Greece fight in ww1?
On July 2, 1917, several weeks after King Constantine I abdicates his throne in Athens under pressure from the Allies, Greece declares war on the Central Powers, ending three years of neutrality by entering World War I alongside Britain, France, Russia and Italy.
How many Greeks died in the Battle of Greece?
Aftermath. In the fighting for Greece, British Commonwealth forces lost 903 killed, 1,250 wounded, and 13,958 captured, while the Greeks suffered 13,325 killed, 62,663 wounded, and 1,290 missing. In their victorious drive through Greece, List lost 1,099 killed, 3,752 wounded, and 385 missing.
Did Italy switch sides in ww2?
On October 13, 1943, the government of Italy declares war on its former Axis partner Germany and joins the battle on the side of the Allies.
How many Greek soldiers died in ww2?
Total deaths by country
|Country||Total population 1/1/1939||Total deaths|
|Greece||7,222,000||507,000 to 807,000|
|Guam||22,800||1,000 to 2,000|
|Hungary (figures in 1938 borders not including territories annexed in 1938–41)||9,129,000||464,000 to 864,000|