Hellenic Literary and Historical Archive Society (ELIA)

For publishing a book with photographs of the paintings of Frederic Carabott. 

Carabott was seventeen years old when the German Army invaded Greece in April 1941. With the fall of Athens imminent, he and his parents were evacuated by sea to the island of Crete. When Crete fell the family was arrested by the Germans and sent back to mainland Greece, first to Athens and then, with his father, to a camp for British prisoners of war in Thessaloniki. The paintings describe the events, including his arrest, captivity, and release, through the eyes of teenage Carabott. The book is written in three languages: Greek, English and German.