The Consulate General of Greece and the Joint Committee for the Commemoration of the Battle of Crete and the Greek Campaign, 

kindly invite you to a public flag raising and star ceremony where we will solemnly commemorate


The 77th Anniversary of OXI (NO) DAY 1940

and the gallantry and sacrifice of more than 34,000 Anzacs who served with distinction in the Battle of Crete and the Greek Campaign.


Date: Friday, October 27th, 2017 Venue: Northern Steps of the Anzac Memorial Hyde Park South

Time: Ceremony will commence 4pm sharp and conclude 5pm 

Keynote Speaker: Mr Brad Manera, Senior Historian | Curator | Anzac Memorial


This is also the last public event of Consul-General Dr Stavros Kyrimis organized by the Consulate of Greece.


The iconographic material commemorating the Australian campaigns that were fought on the Greek mainland and later on Crete has been mainly drawn from private collections, which also contains films, documents and stills from other sources. This material was either purchased by or donated to the JCCBCG, and the committee is greatly indebted to the original copyright owners for their generosity and effort in documenting the history of Anzacs in Greece. As it was impossible to trace and to acknowledge them all, to them goes the committee's  unreserved thanks and apology.

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