One hundred and forty-five black and white photographic prints mounted on card. All are official photographs taken by London News Agency Ltd or press photographs taken by the Sport & General Press Agency showing aspects of the campaign fought in Macedonia (1915-1918) by Allied forces including the British Salonika Force. Subjects include Short seaplane flight in Salonika harbour; British field and mountain artillery; Vickers and Lewis Gun teams; a British artillery observation post, battery office and telephone exchange; a ditched caterpillar artillery tractor; motorcycle despatch riders wearing gas helmets; off-duty entertainments (including Indian troops wrestling, a horse show, concert party and Army v Royal Navy hockey match); hutted accommodation for officers in a British camp outside Salonika; British officers inspecting artillery pieces in Dova Tepe Fort; St George's Church, the White Tower and the Arch of Galarius in Salonika; archaeological remains discovered by Allied troops; senior Allied commanders attending a service of remembrance for casualties of the 15th Serbian Infantry Regiment; Generals Sarrail and Mahon, Admiral Moreau and Lord Granard attending a service to mark Greek Independence Day; Admiral Thursby playing tennis; General Henry Maitland Wilson inspecting guard of honour of 7th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment; a medical officer examining men of an Indian mountain battery; British and French anti-aircraft guns; Royal Engineer signallers at work (laying cables, manning a wireless, field telephone being used in a trench); British infantry preparing to move up country on a light railway; French sailors firefighting during the the Great Fire of Salonika (18 August 1917); French artillery on the move; British troops field training; Greek troops marching through Salonika; Venizelos presenting colours to a Greek unit before it leaves Salonika for the frontline; Royal Army Medical Corps casualty evacuation (mule mounted cacholets, travois, stretchers, ); a medical officer innoculating British troops and administering to civilians; scenes at an Advanced Dressing Station; aftermath of a crash involving a hospital train, interior of a British bath house; French wounded arriving at a railhead and interaction between Allied soldiers and local civilians. The collection also includes two photographs relating to the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, the first showing men of the 7th Battalion recreating their August 1916 attack on Horseshoe Hill and the second depcits some of the 8th Battalion digging emplacements.
Black and white photographic prints of varying sizes mounted on card with typed notes on reverse providing basic caption information and details of source of photographs.