The gardeners of Salonika

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Deutsch, 1965 - 286 σελίδες
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The Macedonian Campaign was, in Lord Hankey's words, "the most controversial of all the so called sideshows". The strange Salonika army included, at various times, contingents from seven countries. This book tells the story of the army from the first landing at Salonika in 1915 to the peace in 1918. It also deals with the political and strategic background; the ceaseless argument in London and Paris over the future of the army, the maze of Greek politics in which the army and its commanders became involved, and in particular the personalities of the two remarkable French commanding officers, Genreal Sarrail and Marshall Franchet d'Esperey.

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Workmanlike account of the Salonika Campaign, a useless but costly sideshow of the First World War. At the campaign's height, 300,000 Allied troops were tied down in Greece, mostly dying of malaria or ... Ανάγνωση ολόκληρης της κριτικής

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