The Gardeners of Salonika: The Macedonian Campaign 1915-1918
'The Gardeners of Salonika' as Clemenceau contemptuously labelled them, could well be called the forgotten army of the First World War. Yet the Macedonian Campaign was, in Lord Hankey's words, 'the most controversial of all the so-called sideshows.' In his definitive The First World War (1999) Sir John Keegan hailed Alan Palmer for having written 'the best study of the Macedonian Front in English.'
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I have read many books on WWI, covering numerous facets of the war. However, this is the first book I have read which exclusively covered Salonika and the Balkans in general. I found this book very ... Read full review