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Drama was occupied by Bulgarian troops in the wake of the German invasion of Greece, from 1941 to 1944 during World War II.
However, these industries have either closed down or moved across the border to Bulgaria, with a negative impact on the local economy and employment.
The situation worsened after 2007, when Bulgaria was admitted to the EU, and local Greek businessmen moved to expand their operations there.
The 4,000-strong community, including 589 Jews from Drama, was carried by train into Bulgarian territory and assembled in the tobacco warehouses that were empty this time of year.
From there, the Jews were taken by train to the extermination camp of Treblinka. In the recent past the economy of the Drama area relied heavily on the local paper and textile-clothing industries.
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This is the best alternative of omegle, Chatroulette, Yahoo messenger or Skype video calls.In the 19th century, the town became centre of the Sanjak of Drama.In 1912 during the First Balkan War, Drama was taken from the Ottomans by Bulgarian troops.Other sources of revenue include agriculture, consisting mainly of tobacco plantations, small-scale mining (particularly of marble) and forestry. Since 1978, Drama hosts Drama International Short Film Festival. It which was included in 1996 in the National Cultural Network of Cities by the Greek Ministry of Culture.Recently, there have been efforts to exploit the rich local natural environment and to develop ecotourism. In 1995 it added the International competition section where short films from all over the world visiting the city every year.The Archaeological Museum of Drama covers human presence in the regional unit of Drama from the mid Paleolithic Period (50,000 years before present) with traces of life from Paleolithic hunts in the caves of the source of the Angitis, up to modern times (1913). In the first archaeological finds from the cave of Maara give witness to the presence of nomadic hunters in the area from the mid Palaeolithic period, while other finds show us about the life of settled farmers and animal rearers from Neolithic villages and the passage of the Copper Age in the city of Drama and the village of Sitagri.