"Defenders of Democracy: The American Response
to Greece's Roles in World War II"

Gregory C. Pappas World War II collection to be on exhibit October 12th through December 2007.
Click here to view portions of the Gregory C. Pappas collections.

For more information visit: www.hellenicmuseum.org

(Posting date
7 November 2006)

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