Military officials of the US, UK and Greek Army during the Greek Civil War. Greek General Markos Vafiadis, a Greek captain, Colonel Ford Trimble United States Army, British Lt. Col. C.B. Mackenzie observe a map. The officials observe the enemy guerilla positions with binoculars. At the Greece-Albania border soldiers stretched on ground ready for attack. Military officials atop a mountain. Soldiers take their position behind stone walls on a hill. Soldiers check their ammunition and grenades. Soldiers standing at a mortar position during late evening hours.
Greek rebel prisoners including few women march along streets with military soldiers in Athens, Greece during the Greek Civil War. Greek rebel prisoners march through the streets. A jeep moves at the center during the procession. Greek rebel prisoners move in a line. Military soldiers accompany the rebel prisoners. Few women along with the prisoners.
During the Greek Civil War, Greek soldiers hold their position at a post on top of a hill. A soldier fires on infiltrators with a machine gun. Another soldiers crawls towards the machine gun post. Enemy soldiers can be seen running for protection. A soldier takes notes sitting near a mortar launcher.
Artillery guns of the Greek Democratic Army firing at the enemy positions during the Greek Civil War. Soldiers loading artillery. The commander plots a target on a map and gives order to fire. Huge cannon fires, explosion at target enemy positions.
Soldiers of governmental National Army of Greece during the Greek Civil War. Greek soldiers set spitfire to cook a pig. A pig roasted on the fire. Soldiers sitting outside their camp on a hill eating pork and drinking, with their rifles kept beside them.
General James Van Fleet of the U.S. Army during the Greek Civil War. General Van Fleet along with his subordinates demonstrates positions by marking pointers on a Grrek map. News correspondents take notes.