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Picture of female students wearing white shirts and black skirts marching in Chora, a village on Amorgos, Greece
October 7, 2021

Ohi Day

Students march in commemoration of Ohi Day-- also known as "Day of the No"-- in the village of Chora, Greece. In 1940, Italy demanded that Greece surrender rather than maintain neutrality in World War II. Then Prime Minister Ioannis Metaxas refused, thus aligning Greece with the Allies and bringing the nation into the war.
Photograph by Chiara Goia, Nat Geo Image Collection
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