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Yesterday Mrs Emma Ebrahim from New Zealand published on Facebook the pictures of the people who saved her grandfather on Crete back in 1941. She is searching for the descendants of this family in order to thank them for what their ancestors did for her grandfather. She only knows their first names, Irene, Tasos and Nicolas....
One of the reasons I love what I'm doing is because I have the chance to meet interesting people, interact and share unique stories. When I tour with descendants of the battle's fighters is my favorite! Today, after our long e-mail conversation I met Jan from Australia. A lovely woman who wanted to follow the footsteps of...
It is 78 years since the May 20th 1941, when the largest airborn invasion in world's history took place in the island of Crete! We are honouring annually the memory of all the soldiers and civilians who sacrificed their lives during the epic battle and we are welcoming in Crete all these people who want to pay...
On 20 May 2019, to commemorate the 78th anniversary of the Battle of Crete, families of veterans from the UK and the countries of the Commonwealth will join descendants of Cretan comrades to lay wreaths at the annual service of commemoration of the Battle of Crete at the Commonwealth War Graves cemetery at Souda Bay, Chania.
During my trip to Scotland, last week, I had the chance to visit the Black Watch museum in Perth, an incredible location on our way from Edinburgh to Inverness. The Black Watch museum is inside Balhousie castle, a spectacular building with a wonderful park outside. Balhousie Castle sits on the edge of the...