Memories of Occupation in Greece
Scope and Content
The Archive "Memories of the Occupation in Greece" contains 93 testimonies of witnesses of the German occupation of Greece during WW2. The interviews are biographical interviews with witnesses of various experiences such as: Resistance fighters, victims of the massacres, survivors of bombings, Jews in Hiding, Shoah survivors, as well as people who were arrested during raids in Athens and other places and deported to Germany. The archive preserves these testimonies for the future and makes them available for education and research. Register to view the interviews in the archive. The archive preserves the testimonies for the future and makes them available online for research and education after registration.
Rules and Conventions
EHRI Guidelines for Description v.1.0