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Female Soldiers of Hellenic Armed Forces

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Greek cavalry Minor Asia 1921

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Greek cavalry Minor Asia 1921

Asia Minor Campaign 1922

Asia Minor Campaign 1922

The Evzones, or Evzoni, (Greek: Εύζωνες, colloquially: tsoliades / τσολιάδες) is the name of several historical elite light infantry and mountain units of the Greek Army.   Today, it refers to the members of the Proedriki Froura (Presidential Guard), an elite ceremonial unit that guards the Greek Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Άγνωστος Στρατιώτης), the Hellenic Parliament and the Presidential Mansion.  The Evzones changing of the guards is at each hour. The parliament building is at Syntagma.

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This photo from Attiki, Attica is titled 'Evzone Guard'.

ASIA MINOR CAMPAIGN, 1920 Greek army motorcyclists on BSA Model K three-speed belt-drive motorcycles with vertical single-cylinder side-valve engines, manufactured in 1916. The Model K was one of BSA's main pre WW I model, popular with both solo and sidecar riders throughout Britain and British colonial markets. .

ASIA MINOR CAMPAIGN, 1920 Greek army motorcyclists on BSA Model K three-speed belt-drive motorcycles with vertical single-cylinder side-valve engines, manufactured in 1916. The Model K was one of BSA's main pre WW I model, popular with both solo and sidecar riders throughout Britain and British colonial markets. .

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This Day in History: May 30, 1913: The First Balkan War ends

On this day in 1913, a peace treaty is signed ending the First Balkan War, in which the newly aligned Slavic nations of Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Greece had driven Turkish forces out of Macedonia, a territory of the Ottoman Empire located in the tumultuous Balkans region of southeastern Europe. After rebellion in Macedonia—led by a secret society of nationalists known as the Young Turks—shook the stability of the sultan's hold on Ottoman territory in Europe in 1908, the…