Long considered to be an irrelevant sideshow, Britain's forgotten Salonika Force played a vital part in the collapse of the Central Powers, on a battlefront where the climate and terrain were as powerful enemies as the Bulgarians. David Clarke is a historian and specialist in the military conflicts of the late Victorian British Empire and the Great War.  He is a teacher in Edinburgh.

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The Gardeners of Salonika: Britain's War in the Balkans, 1915-18