Salonika Campaign Society

the logo of the Salonika Campaign Society, 1915-1918

The Salonika Campaign Society was formed to promote interest in the Salonika campaign, fought in northern Greece, Serbia and Albania during 1915-1918.

It aims to perpetuate the memory of those of all nations who served, whether they were members of the armed forces, medical services or civilian staff. The Society does not seek to glorify war and is neither politically nor commercially motivated.

We have members in all parts of the UK, across Europe and further afield. Whatever your interest in this neglected campaign, you will be made welcome. Join now to help us mark the centenary years.

Venue Type:

Association or society

Opening hours

We have no permanent premises but gather annually in October in London to lay a wreath at the Cenotaph in Whitehall and meet at a nearby venue for our AGM, a talk on an aspect of the campaign and a social gathering.

Admission charges

Full details of our annual meeting and other events - including visits to sites associated with the campaign - can be found on our web site.

Salonika Campaign Society
58 Allwood Avenue
NR19 2TF




01362 691199

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