A concise history of the Balkan Wars, 1912-1913

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Hellenic Army General Staff, Army History Directorate, 1998 - 385 pages
 

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Contents

The Battle of Sarantaporos and the Liberation of Servia
28
The Advance towards Kozane and the Field Armys Turn towards
37
The Battle of Giannitsa
50
The Crossing of the Axios and the Liberation of Thessalonica
59
Engagements of Division V
73
Surprise Attack Against Division V 1828 Oct 1912
74
The Field Armys Turn towards Western Macedonia
81
The Advance of the Army to the Florina Plateau
87
The Turn of the Field Army towards Western Macedonia 74a 10 The Area of SiatistaGrevena
89
The Liberation of Kastoria
94
The Military Operations by the Other Balkan Allies
101
Operations by the Serbs
110
The Liberation of Chalcidice and the Hinterland of Thessalonica
117
The Conclusion of an Armistice
123
The Reinforcement of the Army of Epirus
129
The Liberation of the Island of Lesbos
135
The Liberation of the Island of Chios
140
Overview of Events in Part One
145
The Military Situation in Epirus at the Start
151
Diagram of the Theater of Operations in Epirus 138a 16 The Operations towards Gribovo and Ammotopos 138b
153
The Withdrawal of the Turks The Liberation of Philippias
157
The Battle of Nicopolis and the Liberation of Preveza 2021 Oct 1912
162
The Liberation of Pente Pegadia
163
The Liberation of Metsovo 154a
168
The Reinforcement of the Army of Epirus
171
The Battle of Pesta 130 Nov 1912 170a 20 The Landing at Agioi Saranta 2430 Nov 1912
173
The Operations towards Driskos 170b
174
The Battle of Pesta
177
The First Attack against Manoliasa and Bizani and the Turkish Counterattack 170c
180
Transportation of New Reinforcements to Epirus
184
The Attack on 7 January and its Checking
189
The General Attack against the Fortified Position of Ioannina 20 Feb 1913 186b
195
The End of the Operations of
200
Final Movements Organization and Disposition of the Army of Epirus
203
The Situation on the Eve of the Bulgarian Attack
211
The Mopping Up Operations of Epirus 202a 26 The Area of Aridaia
215
The Return of the Army of Epirus to Macedonia
219
The Demarcation Line The Battle of KilkisLachanas 202b 28 Skirmishes in the Pangaeum Mountain 21 Apr 10 May 1913
222
Bulgarian Concentration and Surprise Attack
232
The Battle of KilkisLachanas
236
Operations of the Army between 22 and 24 June The Battle of Dojran
243
The Liberation of Drama The Battles of Babina and Koprivljane
251
The Bulgarian Counterattack towards Pehchevo and Mahomiye
261
Evzone battalion with flag at the head enters Thessalonica
303
Construction of a bridge in Macedonia
305
Movement of units to the Macedonia theater of operations
307
Artillery unit in deployment
309
Transportation troops
311
A soldiers departure
313
1617 Casualties from the operations against the Turks
315
Our first military air force flotilla
317
The heroic aviator Demetrios Kamperos while taking off
319
Ottoman war booty from the battle of Sarantaporos
321
2425 Turkish prisoners of war
323
Evzones at the theater of operations of Epirus
325
Artillery troops entering the fort of Preveza
327
Artillery battery in action during the battle of Pesta
329
One of our position guns in action against Bizani fort
331
3435 Scenes from the attack against Bizani fort
333
Battle trenches at Bizani fort
335
Greek bivouac at Chani Emin Aga
337
4041 Scenes from the operations against the Turks in Epirus
339
The advance guard of the Hellenic Army enters Ioannina
341
Volunteer band in the area of Paramythia
343
General Riccioti Garibaldi in Athens
345
Transportation troops at the theater of operations in Epirus
347
Army aircraft at the theater of operation in Epirus
349
Alexandros Romas wounded at the battle of Driskos
351
Turkish prisoners of war at Ioannina
353
A Turkish gun destroyed by our artillery
355
Prime Minister Eleutherios Venizelos conversing with the Commander in Chief King Constantine in the front during the Second Balkan War
357
An infantry element in movement toward Lachanas
359
Bulgarian battle trenches at the Kilkis position
361
The Hellenic Army while crossing Strymon river
363
6667 Scenes from the crossing of the Kresna defile
365
Deployment of an artillery unit in the valley of the Strumitza river
367
The city of Serres after its destruction by the Bulgarian troops
369
The Hellenic Army entering the city of Xanthe as liberator
371
Bulgarian atrocities against civilians in Macedonia
373
Casualties from the battle of KilkisLachanas at 7th Military Hospital of Athens Arsakeion
375
Bulgarian war booty from the battle of KilkisLachanas
377
8081 Bulgarian war booty at the port of Thessalonica destined for Piraeus
379
Monument to the fallen in the battle of Sarantaporos
383
Monument to the fallen in the battle of Kilkis
385
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