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This series of photographs of the Lower Struma in Greece is believed to have been taken by Observer Sub-Lieutenant Cyril Norman Ellen whilst he was based at Stavros. The River Struma formed the Front Line between the Allied and Central Powers. 

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  • Series of Photographs of the Lower Struma, September 1917
    Series of Photographs of the Lower Struma, September 1917
  • Details appearing next to the Panorama of the Lower Struma
    Details appearing next to the Panorama of the Lower Struma
  • The Mouth of the River Struma in Greece during WW1
    The Mouth of the River Struma in Greece during WW1
  • Amphipolis and the Village of Neohori in 1917
    Amphipolis and the Village of Neohori in 1917
  • The village of Kato Krusoves in 1917
    The village of Kato Krusoves in 1917
  • Zoom of the village of Kato Krusoves during the First World War
    Zoom of the village of Kato Krusoves during the First World War
  • List of Enemy Battery Positions on Neohori Sector - WW1
    List of Enemy Battery Positions on Neohori Sector - WW1
  • List of Enemy Gun Positions - Lower Struma Area - WW1
    List of Enemy Gun Positions - Lower Struma Area - WW1


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