massacre in Distomo, Greece - case revisited

Greek civilians look on as the Germany army makes its way to Thessaloniki in April 1941. Photograph: Getty

Interesting article in today's Guardian on the WWII massacre by Nazis in the village of Distomo. The international legal context of the current Greek government's efforts to support the case for compensation is expressed in a great piece drafted by my friend - Antonios Tzanakopoulos, who's a lecturer in Public International Law at the U. of Glasgow in Scotland. Please take the time to read both on this Sunday. Bon journée.

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