This rare satirical pamphlet in Greek language, containing anti-Italian, anti-Fascist and anti-Mussolini stories and caricatures was according to the text on the back, dated January 1st, 1941, it printed to be handed out to the Greek soldiers, to boost their morale during the World War II.
Greece entered WWII on October 28th, 1940, when Italy invaded the country from Albania. The Greek troops successfully stopped the attacks at the battles in Elaia–Kalamas line and the Pindus Mountain. On November 14th the Greeks launched a counterattack and entered Albania. In harsh winter conditions and fighting the better equipped Italian army, they by mid-January 1941 occupied one quarter of Albania until reaching the standstill at the port of Vlorë.
Our pamphlet was printed for the Greek soldiers during this counter invasion on Albania, to entertain them during the harsh winter conditions.
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