Armed Forces, October 28, 1940 - May 1941
88mm Flak 18/38 gun emplacements, Preveza, 1940
Officers, NCOs and soldiers at the front, date and location unknown
2nd Lieutenant, Medical Corps, Athens, November 3, 1940
Officers and soldier, Agrinio, November 18, 1940
A photo of four officers and a soldier, showing an interesting selection of side caps, their respective insignia, and uniforms. One of the officers is wearing his Service Dress, while his colleagues prefer their field uniforms, with two of them opting for a non-regulation combination of an open collar, shirt and tie.
Captain portrait, Athens, January 1, 1941
Major portrait, date and location unknown
Sergeant portrait, 1941
location unknown, exact date partially illegible
A Sergeant, wearing his older style field uniform. The regiment number badge is sewn on his shoulder, but is unfortunately difficult to decipher, due to the focus and the texture of the paper. He is wearing a Sam Browne belt with a holstered revolver, possibly privately purchased, judging by the colour of its grip plates. The most interesting feature, though, is the non-regulation use of NCO rank insignia on the side cap, a practice usually followed by officers.
RHAF & RAF men, Ioannina, January 25, 1941
Officers and soldiers, Albania, January 1941
Officers, January 1941, location unknown
Officers in Service Dress and field uniforms. The decorated man on the left is a Medical Corps officer and a WW1 veteran. Unfortunately, his medal ribbons cannot be clearly identified from the photo. The man in the middle has adopted the common, although non-regulation practice of bearing his rank insignia on his side cap.