Imbros


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Imbros

a Turkish island in the NE Aegean Sea, west of the Gallipoli Peninsula: occupied by Greece (1912--14) and Britain (1914--23). Area: 280 sq. km (108 sq. miles)
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Regresare esta manana Desde Imbros por el mar; Quedate en la trinchera, Aquiles, Envuelto en llamas, y lucha por mi (35).
Lieutenant-Commander George brought the Imbros cup back to Britain and four months before the end of the Great War he put it up for sale at Sotheby's.
The Imbros gold cup is the highlight of Arts of the Islamic world at Sotheby's, New Bond Street on 28 April.
With Russia no longer an ally, but now an enemy owing much to Germany for the communist victory, the Allied powers no longer needed to consider the tsar's demands for control of the Dardanelles, the Bosphorus, the Sea of Marmora, southern Thrace, the Imbros and Tenados islands, and parts of Jerusalem.
25) His father, who owned a barber shop in Shah' Sulayman Pasha, had come from Imbros, his mother from Chios via Palestine.
2]O (SOMETU, IMBROS P/L, Moonah, Tas 7009), in deionised water and the density adjusted to 1.
When he is well off the Trojan coast, he goes to a submarine cave between Imbros and Tenedos, and parks his vehicle there.
In 1975, the M/V Imbros disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle leaving "no trace of the ship, its cargo, or its eighteen crew members.
513); seized the islands of Lemnos and Imbros (Gokceada) for Athens (c.
Quedan en suspenso la libertad de los Estrechos, el problema de la Tracia occidental, las pretensiones turcas sobre Alejandreta y Mosul, y sobre las islas Imbros, Tenedos, Mitilene y Chios; la proteccion de la minoria cristiana y la abrogacion de las capitulaciones>> (7).
30) Dated to the year 421/0, this inscription has special interest, since it would appear that military activity on the islands of Lemnos and Imbros necessitated the rubric, (31) yet we hear nothing from other sources about any conflict in the Hellespontine region at this time, the first year of the Peace of Nikias, and do not hear of any until the Ionian War, following the collapse in Sicily.
58) The field bakery in the meantime had, after a soul destroying period of misemployment as regimental police, began operation on Imbros and kept up a much appreciated supply of baked goods to the AIF units on Gallipoli fight up until the end of the campaign.