Salonika

Title in English
Salonika

Description
William Waterworth was a local man who served in Salonika (or Salonica), now Thessaloniki, Greece during the Great War. In civilian life he was an engraver, something he still pursued while in the army. The collection includes two poems in a very 'fine' script ("The Grumbler" and "Who Will Win This War"); Two copies of the Balkan News, a locally created newspaper for the British army; A series of photographs concerning William's time in Salonika and when he joined up; Two photographs taken by Bulgarian troops of a crashed British aircraft and a dead pilot.

Summary description of items
Two poems in a very 'fine' script. Two copies of the Balkan News, a locally created newspaper for the British army. A series of photographs concerning William's time in Salonika and when he joined up. Two photographs taken by Bulgarian troops of a crashed British aircraft and a dead pilot.

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ID
3231
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Number of items
22
Person
William Waterworth
Origin date
1914 – 1918
Language
English
Keyword
Trench Life
Front
Balkans
Location
Salonika
Contributor
Terry Casey
Licence
http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/
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