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Military history of Greece

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Military history of Greece

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The military history of Greece is the history of the wars and battles of the Greek people in Greece, the Balkans and the Greek colonies in the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea since classical antiquity.

Contents

  • List of military encounters 1
    • Medieval period 1.1
    • Ottoman Greece 1.2
    • 19th century 1.3
    • 20th century 1.4
    • 21st century 1.5
  • List of fortifications in Greece 2
    • Medieval period 2.1
      • Byzantine 2.1.1
      • Frankish and Crusader 2.1.2
      • Venetian 2.1.3
      • Ottoman 2.1.4
    • Modern 2.2
      • American 2.2.1
      • British 2.2.2
      • German (World War II-period) 2.2.3
      • Greek 2.2.4
      • Italian (World War II and Dodecanese protectorate) 2.2.5
  • List of Greek military institutions 3
  • List of military alliances 4
    • Byzantine 4.1
    • Modern 4.2
  • See also 5

List of military encounters

Medieval period

Ottoman Greece

19th century

20th century

21st century

List of fortifications in Greece

Medieval period

Byzantine

Frankish and Crusader

Venetian

Ottoman

Modern

American

British

German (World War II-period)

Greek

Italian (World War II and Dodecanese protectorate)

List of Greek military institutions

List of military alliances

Byzantine

Modern

See also

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