By Will Fowler

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The performance of the Greek A r m y in A l b a n i a a n d Greece in the winter of 1 9 4 1 was outstanding, earning admiration from key neutrals like the USA. LEFT: A road becomes a stream in the spring rains in Greece. The German motorcycle crews are protected against the rain a n d spray by their excellent double-breasted, full-length rubberised coats. had reached Grevena was ordered to move on a south-east axis towards Yannina to cut off the Greek 1st Army grouped as the Army of Epirus and Army of Macedonia.

The engineers had removed the charges but moments later the bridge crashed down into the canal, possibly the structure was weakened and collapsed under the impact of a stray shell. German losses were light, only eight engineers were killed, and a temporary structure was built across the canal by the morning of April 28. The capture of the Corinth Canal cut off the rearguard of the 4th New Zealand Brigade at Erithrae, but they were eventually evacuated from Port Raphti. German forces reached Athens on April 27 and the German love affair with ancient Greece was given a new character as propaganda company photographers recorded the moment the Reichskriegsflagge was run up on BLITZKRIEG ABOVE: A dramatic reconstruction of the Corinth BELOW: G e r m a n artillerymen urge their horses canal operation in the m a g a z i n e Signal.

The campaign in Greece and Yugoslavia was a triumph for the German tactics of coordinating tanks, mechanised infantry and dive-bombers. By April 28 W Force had been evacuated. For the operation the Royal Navy had provided six cruisers and 19 destroyers as well as numerous transports. Two destroyers and four transports were sunk and the bulk of troops evacuated to Crete. 92mm MG passes the Greek parliament building in Athens following the surrender. German casualties were 2,559 killed, 5,820 wounded and 3,169 missing.

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