Monthly Archives: March 2008

September 14, 1944

I read a book last summer, Inside Hitler’s Greece: The Experience of Occupation 1941-44 by Mark Mazower. It was an interesting read, easier than what I expected. I am struck by three main points: –Even though 60,000 -65,000 Greek Jews … Continue reading

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Catacombs of Thessaloniki

Although this is a true story, I wrote it in third person about an event that happened some time ago. Eager to show her children the catacombs beneath the church of Aghia Sophia, the American woman led her four children … Continue reading

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