Serbian soldiers in Salonika Greece (now Thessalonika) during World War 1. A group of officers look at a document. Senior officers walk on the field and review Serbian Army forces (possibly Putnik among them?). Serbian solders march on the field. A soldier holds a flag in his hand. Officers salute the soldiers.
French General Maurice Sarrail who is the Commander-in-Chief of the Allied forces in Greece in Salonica, Greece during World War I. A ship at a port. Soldiers standing nearby. Albanian politician Essad Pasha arrives to take command of an Albanian contingent. Officers greet him. The officers walk through a street. Buildings along the sides of the street. The officers enter a building. Cavalry units on the street. The soldiers march.
Greece joins the Allies during World War I. People gather on a street in Salonica, Greece. Ex-Premier Venizelos returns to power. A building in the background. Officers and dignitaries walk along a street. They enter the building.
Framework of a wrecked German zeppelin, shot down in World War 1 by Allied Forces, seen in the Vardari neighborhood of Thessaloniki (Salonica) Greece. The zeppelin airship has been re-assembled and is displayed near the White Tower in the port. Large number of sightseers look at the wreckage, which is patrolled by a soldier and an armed sailor.
British troops march along open fields in Salonica, Greece during World War One. The soldiers carry their belongings. They stand with their rifles in trenches. The soldiers sit behind sandbags. One soldier places a grenade into his rifle barrel and fires it. Two soldiers fire a mortar. Smoke rises up due to explosions from their targets.
British soldiers in Salonica, Greece during World War I. The soldiers march across a field. They stand in a trench and fire rifles and other guns. Smoke rises from the firing.