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.
British troops march along open fields in Salonica, Greece during World War 1. They occupy a trench at the front. One uses a periscopic viewer to look over the edge of their trench. One inserts a grenade in his rifle and prepares to fire it. They fire a mortar shell from inside their trench. Exploding mortar rounds are seen on a hillside opposite their position.
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.
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.