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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41

Immediately following Metaxas' rejection of the Italian ultimatum on 28 October 1940, the Greek military issued a command to defend Greece from the Italian troops. The military command stresses how the Greek soldiers can give a military response with equal force as Metaxas' 'Oxi'.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41

Immediately following Metaxas' rejection of the Italian ultimatum on 28 October 1940, the Greek military issued a command to defend Greece from the Italian troops. The military command stresses how the Greek soldiers can give a military response with equal force as Metaxas' 'Oxi'.

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41

Immediately following Metaxas' rejection of the Italian ultimatum on 28 October 1940, the Greek military issued a command to defend Greece from the Italian troops. The military command stresses how the Greek soldiers can give a military response with equal force as Metaxas' 'Oxi'.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41

Hours after the exchange between Italian Ambassador Emanuele Grazzi and Ioannes Metaxas on 28 October 1940, Metaxas gathers his cabinet and issues the formal declaration of war.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41

Hours after the exchange between Italian Ambassador Emanuele Grazzi and Ioannes Metaxas on 28 October 1940, Metaxas gathers his cabinet and issues the formal declaration of war.

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41

Hours after the exchange between Italian Ambassador Emanuele Grazzi and Ioannes Metaxas on 28 October 1940, Metaxas gathers his cabinet and issues the formal declaration of war.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41

News of the Italian ultimatum made the morning press on 28 October 1940. Metaxas' 'Oxi' is widely disseminated to the Greek people. Here, four men are reading the prominent national newspaper, To Vyma, that morning.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41

News of the Italian ultimatum made the morning press on 28 October 1940. Metaxas' 'Oxi' is widely disseminated to the Greek people. Here, four men are reading the prominent national newspaper, To Vyma, that morning.

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41

News of the Italian ultimatum made the morning press on 28 October 1940. Metaxas' 'Oxi' is widely disseminated to the Greek people. Here, four men are reading the prominent national newspaper, To Vyma, that morning.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of Ethnos newspaper. The headline uses the ancient Greek military phrase of defending one's home and beliefs and serves as the battle-cry for the outbreak of the Greco-Italian War.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of Ethnos newspaper. The headline uses the ancient Greek military phrase of defending one's home and beliefs and serves as the battle-cry for the outbreak of the Greco-Italian War.

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of Ethnos newspaper. The headline uses the ancient Greek military phrase of defending one's home and beliefs and serves as the battle-cry for the outbreak of the Greco-Italian War.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of Kathimerini newspaper. The headline states that "Greece finds herself from yesterday at war with Italy."

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of Kathimerini newspaper. The headline states that "Greece finds herself from yesterday at war with Italy."

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of Kathimerini newspaper. The headline states that "Greece finds herself from yesterday at war with Italy."

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of Vradyni newspaper. The newspaper uses the image of the Greek flag in the background of the front page. The headlines emphasize the patriotic duty of the Greek citizens 'Greek children' to defend the country at the outbreak of the Greco-Italian War.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of Vradyni newspaper. The newspaper uses the image of the Greek flag in the background of the front page. The headlines emphasize the patriotic duty of the Greek citizens 'Greek children' to defend the country at the outbreak of the Greco-Italian War.

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of Vradyni newspaper. The newspaper uses the image of the Greek flag in the background of the front page. The headlines emphasize the patriotic duty of the Greek citizens 'Greek children' to defend the country at the outbreak of the Greco-Italian War.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of the communist newspaper, Rizospastis. While the KKE (communist party) was banned in Greece, at the outbreak of the war the General Secretary of the party, Nikos Zachariadis, wrote an open letter in support of Metaxas' decision to go to war.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of the communist newspaper, Rizospastis. While the KKE (communist party) was banned in Greece, at the outbreak of the war the General Secretary of the party, Nikos Zachariadis, wrote an open letter in support of Metaxas' decision to go to war.

The headlines

28 October 1940 The 'No' of Metaxas in the national headlines of the communist newspaper, Rizospastis. While the KKE (communist party) was banned in Greece, at the outbreak of the war the General Secretary of the party, Nikos Zachariadis, wrote an open letter in support of Metaxas' decision to go to war.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

The headlines

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. A political cartoon that satirizes Benito Mussolini's loss of Klisoura Pass in Albania. Not only were the Italians unable to capture Greek territory, but they lost the strategically important Klisoura Pass in January, 1941. Metaxas is chiding Mussolini by stating, "And now, Benito.... Klisoura!' which is a pun for Benito to keep his mouth shut.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

The headlines

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. A political cartoon that satirizes Benito Mussolini's loss of Klisoura Pass in Albania. Not only were the Italians unable to capture Greek territory, but they lost the strategically important Klisoura Pass in January, 1941. Metaxas is chiding Mussolini by stating, "And now, Benito.... Klisoura!' which is a pun for Benito to keep his mouth shut.

The headlines

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. A political cartoon that satirizes Benito Mussolini's loss of Klisoura Pass in Albania. Not only were the Italians unable to capture Greek territory, but they lost the strategically important Klisoura Pass in January, 1941. Metaxas is chiding Mussolini by stating, "And now, Benito.... Klisoura!' which is a pun for Benito to keep his mouth shut.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Hellenic Army General Staff/Army History Directorate

Going to war

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Greek troops are parading in Athens on their way to combat on the Albanian Front.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Hellenic Army General Staff/Army History Directorate

Going to war

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Greek troops are parading in Athens on their way to combat on the Albanian Front.

Going to war

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Greek troops are parading in Athens on their way to combat on the Albanian Front.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Hellenic Army General Staff/Army History Directorate

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

Going to war

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. With the announcement that Greece was at war with Italy, genuine popular support for Metaxas arose throughout the country.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

Going to war

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. With the announcement that Greece was at war with Italy, genuine popular support for Metaxas arose throughout the country.

Going to war

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. With the announcement that Greece was at war with Italy, genuine popular support for Metaxas arose throughout the country.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

Going to war

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Greek troops off to war in a public parade. The public is here showing support to the troops as the lorries make their way through the city.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

Going to war

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Greek troops off to war in a public parade. The public is here showing support to the troops as the lorries make their way through the city.

Going to war

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Greek troops off to war in a public parade. The public is here showing support to the troops as the lorries make their way through the city.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

Going to war

Greco-Italian War 1940-41. Widowed mother blessing her son as he goes off to fight on the Albanian Front.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

Going to war

Greco-Italian War 1940-41. Widowed mother blessing her son as he goes off to fight on the Albanian Front.

Going to war

Greco-Italian War 1940-41. Widowed mother blessing her son as he goes off to fight on the Albanian Front.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. War Council meeting led by King George II. The lead members include (from the left): British General Michael Gambier-Parry, Ioannes Metaxas, King George II, British Air Commander John D’Albiac, and Field Marshall Alexandros Papagos.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. War Council meeting led by King George II. The lead members include (from the left): British General Michael Gambier-Parry, Ioannes Metaxas, King George II, British Air Commander John D’Albiac, and Field Marshall Alexandros Papagos.

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. War Council meeting led by King George II. The lead members include (from the left): British General Michael Gambier-Parry, Ioannes Metaxas, King George II, British Air Commander John D’Albiac, and Field Marshall Alexandros Papagos.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

bit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. General Ioannes Metaxas standing along with the lead Greek military commanders.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. General Ioannes Metaxas standing along with the lead Greek military commanders.

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. General Ioannes Metaxas standing along with the lead Greek military commanders.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Metaxas reviewing the troops.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Metaxas reviewing the troops.

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Metaxas reviewing the troops.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of Ioanna Foca

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. King George II reviews the Greek troops as they prepare for battle on the front

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. King George II reviews the Greek troops as they prepare for battle on the front

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. King George II reviews the Greek troops as they prepare for battle on the front.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. The challenges of the fighting on a mountainous terrain of northern border of Greece. Here, Division Commander Vassilios Brahnos, views the situation in the Pindos Mountains on 30 October 1940

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. The challenges of the fighting on a mountainous terrain of northern border of Greece. Here, Division Commander Vassilios Brahnos, views the situation in the Pindos Mountains on 30 October 1940

The leaders

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. The challenges of the fighting on a mountainous terrain of northern border of Greece. Here, Division Commander Vassilios Brahnos, views the situation in the Pindos Mountains on 30 October 1940.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The leaders

Metaxas in front of the Greek military central command (Grande Bretagne Hotel, Athens). The Greek population cheers Metaxas as he emerges from the hotel. Metaxas is glowing with pride due to the early military success of the Greeks during the Greco-Italian War.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The leaders

Metaxas in front of the Greek military central command (Grande Bretagne Hotel, Athens). The Greek population cheers Metaxas as he emerges from the hotel. Metaxas is glowing with pride due to the early military success of the Greeks during the Greco-Italian War.

The leaders

Metaxas in front of the Greek military central command (Grande Bretagne Hotel, Athens). The Greek population cheers Metaxas as he emerges from the hotel. Metaxas is glowing with pride due to the early military success of the Greeks during the Greco-Italian War.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Poster propaganda was a useful way to inspire the Greek nation. Here, an homage to the women is given by proclaiming them "Heroines of 1940" as they transport goods to the battlefront.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Poster propaganda was a useful way to inspire the Greek nation. Here, an homage to the women is given by proclaiming them "Heroines of 1940" as they transport goods to the battlefront.

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Poster propaganda was a useful way to inspire the Greek nation. Here, an homage to the women is given by proclaiming them "Heroines of 1940" as they transport goods to the battlefront.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, women are shoveling coal to be used for the war effort.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, women are shoveling coal to be used for the war effort.

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, women are shoveling coal to be used for the war effort.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, the Greek women of Northern Epirus are clearing the roads of snow to enable troops and equipment to move to the frontlines.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, the Greek women of Northern Epirus are clearing the roads of snow to enable troops and equipment to move to the frontlines.

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, the Greek women of Northern Epirus are clearing the roads of snow to enable troops and equipment to move to the frontlines.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, women are sewing socks for soldiers on the front lines

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, women are sewing socks for soldiers on the front lines

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, women are sewing socks for soldiers on the front lines.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Distribution of clothing to nurses who would provide medical assistance during the war.

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'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Distribution of clothing to nurses who would provide medical assistance during the war.

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. Distribution of clothing to nurses who would provide medical assistance during the war.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, nurses are photographed to highlight the assistance they gave to wounded fighters on the front.

'OXI' DAY

OCTOBER 2015 - MARCH 2016

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, nurses are photographed to highlight the assistance they gave to wounded fighters on the front.

The women

Greco-Italian War, 1940-41. While Greek men fought the Italian troops on the Albanian Front, Greek women offered their services in various means. Here, nurses are photographed to highlight the assistance they gave to wounded fighters on the front.

Exhibit curated by Hellenic Studies, at California State University, Sacramento
Photo courtesy of War Museum, Athens, GR

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