The Story Of The Salonica Army.

PRICE, G. WARD.

£15.00

Publisher

Hodder & Stoughton.

Place

London

Date

1918

Synopsis

The official correspondent with the allied forces in the balkans. illustrated. second edition.

Item Description

8vo. 5.5 x 7.75 inches. xiii + [1] + 298 pp. with maps and photo illus. Bound in original red cloth with black titles. A little wear to extremities, spine sunned, front endpaper foxed and pages browned; otherwise a very good copy. Illustrated by 10 plates, including portrait frontispiece, 7 black and white photographs and 2 maps. Map front endpaper. Second edition of this good contemporary account of the Salonica campaign, 1915-17. Allied armies based at Thessaloniki in Greece advanced into Macedonia and confronted German, Austrian and Bulgarian forces after the defeat of the Serbs. The campaign lasted into 1918, but by then, the author had transferred to the Italian front. George Ward Price (1886-1961) was foreign correspondent for the Daily Mail, concentrating originally on eastern Europe, including Gallipoli, before he moved to Greece. The first edition was published in 1917.

[Stock No. 26580]

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