Porträt eines griechischen NS-Opfers Der deutsche Fluch

Als Kind dachte Giannis Syngelakis, dass Frauen immer Schwarz tragen. Sein Vater wurde mit Hunderten anderer bei einem NS-Massaker auf Kreta ermordet. Der Verlust hat Syngelakis' Leben geprägt.
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The telegram by the German occupation forces active n Viannos, dated 4am, September 15, 1943 (shortly after the first day of the three-day massacre that ended with the killing of 401 people and the demolition of 950 homes). This document was given to Syngelakis by Dr. Martin Seckendorf when Syngelakis has visited Berlin in June 2013.

The telegram by the German occupation forces active n Viannos, dated 4am, September 15, 1943 (shortly after the first day of the three-day massacre that ended with the killing of 401 people and the demolition of 950 homes). This document was given to Syngelakis by Dr. Martin Seckendorf when Syngelakis has visited Berlin in June 2013.

BArch RH 26-22/54 Anlage Nr. 404