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by Archaeology Newsroom

Thessaloniki during the First World War

“Thessaloniki was a reprovisioning station, a hospital and a place of rest where all who had suffered came for a few hours in search of distraction”. These are the words of a traveller. And indeed he was right, as Thessaloniki was the most cosmopolitan town of the period.