Sofia Bournatzi

Sofia Bournatzi

Greece / Destination marketing. Authentic packages about Greece by Doucas Tours and Travel. Editor of www.pass2greece.gr, www.pass2europe.com e-travel magazines.
Sofia Bournatzi
More ideas from Sofia
Diary of a WWI hero to be posted online 100 years to the day, each day the entry was written: Private Arthur Linfoot volunteered for the Royal Army Medical Corps when he was 25 years old in 1915. He kept a journal of his experiences while in the trenches of France. The journal begins on January 1, 1914 and ends on December 31 1918. Visit the blog run by his grandson: http://www.arthurlinfoot.org.uk/

The Express shares the story of a WWI hero whose diary will posted online 100 years to the day, each day the entry was written.

One of the millions of horses used during the course of the war is winched ashore at Thessaloniki, Greece.http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/gallery/2014/sep/03/the-animals-that-served-in-the-first-world-war-in-pictures

British troops landing horses from a ship at Salonika to move to the Balkan battle front. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

WWI, Feb 1917, Salonika: German POWs carrying and stacking bricks. ©IWM (Q 32760)

WWI, Feb Salonika: German POWs carrying and stacking bricks.

WWI, Tessaloniki, Greece. Uniformed British soldiers standing at the entrance to their headquarters. -Getty

Uniformed British soldiers standing at the entrance to their headquarters.

WWI, Bulgarian soldier, Salonica Front. -The Great War (@WW1_Series) | Twitter

“ May 1917 - Allied Offensive at Salonika Frustrated by Dogged Bulgarian Defense Pictured - A Bulgarian mans the trenches. A renewed Entente attack on the Bulgarian lines at Salonika met with failure on May British soldiers crept.

historywars: Discharge of horses for U.S. troops...

British troops landing horses from a ship at Salonika to move to the Balkan battle front. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

WWI, 6 Aug 1917; Salonica, Tommies paying their last respects to the graves of their friends and leaving the front line for a rest in the supports" - Evening Public Ledger, Philadelphia

WWI, 6 Aug Salonica, Tommies paying their last respects to the graves of their friends and leaving the front line for a rest in the supports" - Evening Public Ledger, Philadelphia

General Panagiotis Dagklis, Commander of the Greek Force in Salonica Front

General Panagiotis Dagklis, Commander of the Greek Force in Salonica Front