OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENT WITH THE ALLIED FORCES
IN THE BALKANS

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY
VISCOUNT NORTHCLIFFE

NEW YORK
EDWARD J. CLODE

1918

 

TO MY MOTHER

 

THE OIVODE MISITCH, G.C.M.G., GENERAL OF THE ROYAL SERBIAN ARMY, WITH LIEUT.-GENERAL J. F. MILNE, C.B., D.S.O., COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF BRITISH SALONICA ARMY

 

CONTENTS

  Introduction

I.
Has Salonica Been Worth While

II.
The First Fighting and the French Push into Serbia

III.
The Bulgar Attack on the Tenth Division

IV.
The "Bird-cage"

V.
Getting Ready; and Incidents of the Spring

VI.
Ourselves and the Greeks: Relations at Salonica

VII.
Ourselves and the Greeks: Official Developments and the "Salonica Revolution"

VIII.
The Resurrection of the Serbian Army

IX.
The Coming of the Russians and Italians

X.
The Bulgar Summer Offensive of 1916 and Its Check by the Serbs at Ostrovo

XI.
The Push for Monastir, with British Cooperation

XII.
Monastir Retaken

XIII.
The Inevitable Winter Lull, and the Beginnings of Our Spring Offensive

XIV.
The British Battle of Doiran

XV.
King Constantine's Attitude, and the Occupation of Thessaly

XVI.
The Great Impediments: Transport and Fever

XVII.
People, Places and Things in Macedonia

XVIII.
What is Happening in Albania
  Illustrations


Introduction