Reporters: How the Salonica Front led to victory in WWI

A century ago, towards the end of World War I, Allied soldiers were engaged in fighting on the Salonica Front, near the Greek city now known as Thessaloniki. Those key battles, fought in the most horrific conditions, hastened the end of the war by several months. Despite the decisive victory, the story of the Salonica Front is largely forgotten today. FRANCE 24's Laurent Rouy retraced the steps of the soldiers who fought there, between the south of present-day Macedonia and northern Greece.
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