Portrait of Crown Prince George of Greece in Prussian uniform, circa 1914Crown Prince George of Greece in Izmir, Ottoman Empire during the Greco-Turkish War, 1921Former Greek monarch George II and his wife Elisabeth of Romania in London, England, United Kingdom, circa 1931Metaxas, King George II, Prince Paul, and Papagos, Nov 1940
Portrait of Crown Prince George of Greece in Prussian uniform, circa 1914Crown Prince George of Greece in Izmir, Ottoman Empire during the Greco-Turkish War, 1921Former Greek monarch George II and his wife Elisabeth of Romania in London, England, United Kingdom, circa 1931Metaxas, King George II, Prince Paul, and Papagos, Nov 1940
Major General Gambier-Parry, General Metaxas, George II King of Greece, Air Vice Marshal DKing George II of Greece in Alexandria, 1942; note Baker Pasha, Admiral Henry Harwood, and Patriarch ChristoforosKing George II of Greece reviewing a Greek fighter station in the Western Desert, Egypt, circa 1942King George II of Greece speaking to a pilot of No. 335 (Hellenic) Squadron RAF at LG 20/Qotafiya, Egypt, 1942; note squadron commander Major X. F. Varvaresos
Major General Gambier-Parry, General Metaxas, George II King of Greece, Air Vice Marshal D'Albiac, and General Papagos meeting in Athens, Greece, Jan 1941King George II of Greece in Alexandria, 1942; note Baker Pasha, Admiral Henry Harwood, and Patriarch ChristoforosKing George II of Greece reviewing a Greek fighter station in the Western Desert, Egypt, circa 1942King George II of Greece speaking to a pilot of No. 335 (Hellenic) Squadron RAF at LG 20/Qotafiya, Egypt, 1942; note squadron commander Major X. F. Varvaresos
King George II of Greece, circa 1942King George II of Greece inspecting Greek troops at Netanya, Palestine, 1944
King George II of Greece, circa 1942King George II of Greece inspecting Greek troops at Netanya, Palestine, 1944
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