Cafe in Salonika called 'The Victory of the Allies' is patronised by a mix of Allied soldiers.
Aptly Named Cafe - in Salonika patronised by British, French, Serbian, Montenegrin and Greek soldiers - 1916.
Cafe in Salonika called 'The Victory of the Allies'. Group of soldiers from these different countries walking away from camera; toward the cafe; cafe has name painted in Greek; French and English; and flags of the different Allies nations flying.
Shot of the soldiers sitting at outdoor tables; smoking; drinking beer and other drinks; talking; laughing. Proprietor; an old man with apron (and glasses reflecting to make him look like Orphan Annie) standing behind.
Entertainment; fun; food; alcohol. Ideal notions of camaraderie; friendship; international understanding; World War One.
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