Be Careful What You Wish For | History Today Communist fighters or sympathisers imprisoned by the Greek government at Salonika during the Greek Civil War (1946-49) await a visit by a United Nations team investigating prison living conditions in March 1947. They hold up placards spelling out in French the message ‘The British Must Go’, referring to the 16,000 British troops stationed in Greece.
Now on the market for nearly half its original ask, the spectacular Château d’Aubiry in Southern France is a Belle Epoque jewel. Highlights include interior terraces with ornate balustrades, themed bedrooms, and more.
Representation of Saint Louis considered to be true to life—Early-14th-century statue from the church of Mainneville, Eure, France Louis IX (25 April 1214 – 25 August 1270), commonly Saint Louis, was King of France from 1226 until his death.
Rachel and Haimaki Cohen with King George of Greece during the royal family’s visit to Triacala / [Princess Alice hid a family of Jews from the Nazis in her own home (Greece, WW2) They were Rachel Cohen and her children.]