The Greek genocide against Cham population originated with the annexation of Chameria province from Greece in 1913 and reached the peak in June 27, 1944, with massacres carried out from the general Napoleon Zerva.
The most vicious massacre against Muslim Albanians occurred in Paramithia region. The forces of the national republican Greek league entered the city and killed about 600 Muslim Albanians. The population of Paramithia was taken by surprise. More people were killed: in Filat 1286, in Gumenica 192, in Parga 620 and from June 1944 to March 1945 about 2771 civilians were killed. As a result of Genocide, 23000 Albanians of Chameria were displaced and settled in Albania, from them 2400 died due to the lack of food and suffering. 27th of June is declared the day of genocide against Cham Albanians by Greek chauvinism.
You can see the exhibition at the National History Museum in Tirana.