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  • THE OCCUPATION OF MONTENEGRO BY THE CENTRAL POWERS, 1915-1918

    THE OCCUPATION OF MONTENEGRO BY THE CENTRAL POWERS, 1915-1918

    part of "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: German official photographer

    Q 86514

    A funeral of an Albanian soldier in Cetinje.

  • THE RETREAT OF THE SERBIAN ARMY TO ALBANIA, 1915

    THE RETREAT OF THE SERBIAN ARMY TO ALBANIA, 1915

    part of "SERBIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Serbian official photographer 1915

    Q 52329

    Serbian troops unharnessing a dead horse from a field gun team during the retreat to the Adriatic Sea Coast, November-December 1915.

  • THE OCCUPATION OF SERBIA BY THE CENTRAL POWERS, 1915-1918

    THE OCCUPATION OF SERBIA BY THE CENTRAL POWERS, 1915-1918

    part of "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: German official photographer

    Q 88267

    A Serbian funeral procession. A cross is being carried in front by a boy while another boy carries a cake on the top of his head which is then eaten by the graveside by the mourners.

  • THE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN ARMY IN THE MACEDONIAN CAMPAIGN, 1915-1918

    THE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN ARMY IN THE MACEDONIAN CAMPAIGN, 1915-1918

    part of "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: German official photographer 1917

    Q 86467

    A military cemetery of Austro-Hungarian prisoners near Uskub (Skopje), 1917. Note a cross with a word "Swabia", frequently written on other crosses.

  • THE GERMAN ARMY IN THE MACEDONIAN CAMPAIGN, 1915-1918

    THE GERMAN ARMY IN THE MACEDONIAN CAMPAIGN, 1915-1918

    part of "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: German official photographer 1917

    Q 86565

    A German military cemetery near Cericani, Bosnia and Hercegovina, 1917. The nearest grave belongs to Oberjager F. K. Muller of the 3rd Company, Guard-Schutzen Battalion, died on 22 July 1917.

  • THE ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS IN MACEDONIA, 1916-1917

    THE ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS IN MACEDONIA, 1916-1917

    part of "PASCOE WILLIAM JOSEPH THOMAS (CAPTAIN REVEREND RA)" (photographs) 1917-08

    HU 94400

    Private G Brown (8th Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry) who acted as gravedigger at Karasouli British Military Cemetery in Macedonia.

  • THE ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS IN MACEDONIA, 1916-1917

    THE ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS IN MACEDONIA, 1916-1917

    part of "PASCOE WILLIAM JOSEPH THOMAS (CAPTAIN REVEREND RA)" (photographs) 1917-08

    HU 94399

    The British Military Cemetery at Karasouli in Macedonia.

  • THE 2/20TH BATTALION, LONDON REGIMENT IN MACEDONIA 1916-1917

    THE 2/20TH BATTALION, LONDON REGIMENT IN MACEDONIA 1916-1917

    part of "BENTLEY F C (MAJOR)" (photographs) Made by: Bentley F C (Major) 1917

    HU 96966

    Lieutenants Dark and Lovell of the 2/20th Battalion, London Regiment, beside a memorial cross and pile of human bones on Mort Homme (Dead Man's Hill). The bones belonging to unburied casualties of the 2nd Balkan War.

  • THE OCCUPATION OF SERBIA BY THE CENTRAL POWERS, 1915-1918

    THE OCCUPATION OF SERBIA BY THE CENTRAL POWERS, 1915-1918

    part of "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: German official photographer

    Q 88268

    Serbian religious customs. On the evening before a church festival Serbian people make pilgrimages to the graves of their relatives to take wine and food. Everything is then spread on the grave and left for the dead.

  • SERBIAN REFUGEE CHILDREN, SALONIKA, 1917

    SERBIAN REFUGEE CHILDREN, SALONIKA, 1917

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Varges, Ariel 1917-11-19

    Q 32792

    A group of Serbian refugee children wear overcoats, scarves and hats as they walk to the funeral of Mrs Harley (the sister of Lord French). Mrs Harley was killed by a shell at Monastir where she was organising relief for Serbians.

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