The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War, Part 248, May 20, 1919 *First Rent in German Alliance - Surrender of Bulgaria*

By: Correspondents of The Times

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Great black and white photos. Topics include: Fall of Monaster (Nov. 1916), followed by a period of Quiescence on Salonika Front; General Milne's Winter Problems; Offensive in Doiran Sector of April, 1917; Koritza; Allied Success in Albania; The Greek Impasse; Jonnart's Mission and the Coup D'Etat of Athens, June, 1917; Triumph of Venizelos and the Policy of Greek Reintegration and Mobilization in Allied Interest; Internal Situation in Bulgaria; Zenith and Anticlimax of Pro-German Solidarity; Sofia and the Press; Serious Misgivings and Diplomatic Disgusts unite to effect the fall of the Radoslavoff Ministry; Balance of Parties and Leaders; Summary of the Situation, 1917-18; Prospects of Summer Campaign 1918; Topographical Survey of British Front and Communications; Rearrangement of Front; Steady Influx of Hellenic Reinforcements; Combined Advance of September; The Great Days of September 14-28; Bulgarian Envoys at Salonika; Armistice of Sunday, September 29, 1918; Summary of Terms; Percussion Throughout the World; Omens not to be Disguised; Bulgaria as a Belligerent; Vanished Dream of Bulgar Hegemony in South-Eastern Europe. Average wear. Staples rusty. Covers almost loose from staples. Bit of writing on front cover else unmarked.

Title: The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War, Part 248, May 20, 1919 *First Rent in German Alliance - Surrender of Bulgaria*

Author: Correspondents of The Times

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Times: 1919

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 118a2574

Keywords: The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War, Part 248, May 20, 1919 *First Rent in German Alliance - Surrender of Bulgaria* Fall of Monaster (Nov. 1916), followed by a period of Quiescence on Salonika Front; General Milne's Winter Problems; Offensive in Doiran Sector of April, 1917; Koritza; Allied Success in Albania; The Greek Impasse; Jonnart's Mission and the Coup D'Etat of Athens, June, 1917; Triumph of Venizelos and the Policy of Greek Reintegration and Mobilization in Allied Interest; Internal Situation in Bulgaria; Zenith and Anticlimax of Pro-German Solidarity; Sofia and the Press; Serious Misgivings and Diplomatic Disgusts unite to effect the fall of the Radoslavoff Ministry; Balance of Parties and Leaders; Summary of the Situation, 1917-18; Prospects of Summer Campaign 1918; Topographical Survey of British Front and Communications; Rearrangement of Front; Steady Influx of Hellenic Reinforcements; Combined Advance of September; The Great Days of September 14-28; Bulgarian Envoys at Salonika; Armistice of Sunday, September 29, 1918; Summary of Terms; Percussion Throughout the World; Omens not to be Disguised; Bulgaria as a Belligerent; Vanished Dream of Bulgar Hegemony in South-Eastern Europe.,