The square of Kavalla holds a mixed crowd of humanity - Greeks, Turks, Vlacks and Jews In Kavalla there were formerly nearly 16,000 workmen but when the Bulgarians took the town they treated the Greeks with such cruelty - stripping the town and giving flour only to the Turks - that when the Greeks reoccupied the place there were only 1,000, the rest having died of starvation or being held in Bulgaria as hostages.
Illus. in: "Snaps of Macedonia," Travel. New York : Robert McBride & Company, 1920, vol. 35, no. 1, p. 13.
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Rohe, Alice, 1876-1957, photographer
Kavala (Greece), 40.93972, 24.40194
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