State and military institutions – Diplomatic relations (763 Subjects)
The state barge bringing George I and his suite to HMS “Serapis”, to visit Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England), who came to Greece in 1875.
Riot between the Ottoman police and Greek residents of Istanbul, July 1876.
Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) watches the illumination of the Acropolis of Athens, 1877.
Alexandra Princess of Wales and Olga of Greece promenading at the Royal Gardens (today National Garden), March 1877. In the background, the temple of Olympian Zeus.
Alexandra Princess of Wales promenading in the Royal Gardens (today National Garden), during her visit to Athens in 1877. In the background, from left to right, the temple of Olympian Zeus, Hadrian's Arch and the Acropolis.
George I and Olga of Greece visit admiral James Drummond, K.C.B, on flagship “Hercules”, 1877.
Alexandra Princess of Wales promenading in the Royal Gardens (today National Garden), during her visit to Athens in 1877. In the background, the Acropolis.
Great Eastern crisis of 1875-78: Bulgarian refugees seek shelter at Greek schools in Philippopolis (today Plovdiv, Bulgaria).
Great Eastern crisis of 1875-78: Greeks leave the city of Kavarna (today in Bulgaria).
The Greek uprising in Thessaly, 1878. Town and fort of Domokos, at that moment a frontier town.
Great Eastern crisis of 1875-78: The Turkish fleet in Souda bay exercises in preparation against a supposed Russian attack by torpedoes.
Greek uprising in Thessaly, 1878: View of Mount Pelion from the gulf of Volos.
Greek insurgents in Thessaly, during the 1878 uprising.
Map of the Balkan peninsula after the treaty of San Stefano, 1878.
Wreck of the “Assyrian” on the island of Elafonisi, Crete (1878).
Map of Southeastern Europe after the Berlin Treaty (1878).
Siege of the village of Kissamos or Kasteli, Crete, during the Cretan Revolution of 1866-1869.
Cretan Revolt (1866-69): Skirmishing in the Cretan mountains.
Snapshots of the presentation of address to George I of Greece by the City of London Corporation.
Casket presented to the George I of Greece by the City of London, during the king's visit to the city.
British colonel Synge returns to Thessaloniki after his abduction by Greek insurgents durint the events of 1878 in Thessaly and Macedonia.
Janissary of the Greek consulate in Thessaloniki.
The plain of Marathon where the band of the brigand brothers abducted a group of foreign travellers (Dilessi murders, 1870).
Easter Monday. The crew of H. M. S. “Research” celebrates the day in the presence of George I of Greece.
Portrait of A. Mitsas, leading figure of the second battle of Makrynitsa in 1878.
H.M.S. "Osborne" passing Aegina. On the hilltop on the right, the temple of Aphaia.
HMS “Osborne”'s barge bearing Alexandra Princes of Wales to Aegina island.
HMS “Osborne”', bearing Alexandra Princess of Wales arrives at the port of Piraeus.
Olga Queen of Greece and Alexandra Princess of Wales watch a theatre play on board HMS “Osborne”.
1. Banquet given to the King and Queen of Greece by Alexandra Princess of Wales on board HMS “Osborne". 2. Departure of the king and queen and illumination of the ship.