1943 in Greece
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This is a list of events that happened in 1943 in Greece.
- 16–17 February - Domenikon Massacre by the Italian Army.
- 7 April - Konstantinos Logothetopoulos is dismissed as collaborationist Prime Minister and is succeeded by Ioannis Rallis.
- 14 May - The forces of EAM-ELAS attack the EKKA's 5/42 Regiment.
- 23 June - The forces of EAM-ELAS attack the EKKA's 5/42 Regiment and forcibly dissolve it.
- 5 July - The main Greek resistance groups conclude the National Bands Agreement.
- 12 August - Massacre of Kommeno by the German Army.
- 8 September - The Italian garrison on Kastellorizo surrenders to the Allies.
- 8 September - Jürgen Stroop becomes the country's HSSPF.
- 9–11 September - The Germans under Ulrich Kleemann seize Rhodes from the Italians.
- 14–16 September - Holocaust of Viannos by the German Army.
- 15–24 September - Massacre of the Acqui Division on the island of Cephalonia by the German Army.
- 19–29 September - The Paramythia executions by the German Army and local Albanian collaborators.
- 3–4 November - Battle of Kos: the Germans capture the island of Kos against British and Italian resistance.
- 9 November - Walter Schimana becomes the country's HSSPF.
- 12–16 November - Battle of Leros: the Germans capture the island of Leros against British and Italian resistance.
- 13 December 1943 - Massacre of Kalavryta by the German Army.
- 14 December - 300 Allied bomber raid Athens.
- 15 December - Allied bombers raid Piraeus harbor and Greek airfields.
- 18 December - Drakeia massacre by the SS.