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Evening amusement on board the royal yacht "Osborne", during the visit of Alexandra Princess of Wales to Athens.
View of Volos in 1878, showing the positions of battle during the Uprising in Thessaly (1878), and the spot where British correspondent Ogle was murdered.
Sports at the military barracks, Athens.
The British National Aid Society's Hospital at Thessaloniki.
The British fleet entering the harbour of Gera, Lesbos.
Residents of the town of Chios watch as members of the French Navy set up tents for the population after the devastating earthquake of 1881.
George I of Greece in military attire.
George I of Greece is received by the Mayor of London at Guildhall Library, London.
The house in Naousa in which British colonel Synge was held hostage in 1878, during the uprising of Thessaly and Macedonia.
House on the beach of Katerini, in which the negotiations for the release of Colonel Synge took place. Coronel Synge became captive of the Greek insurgents during the events in Thessaly and Macedonia in 1878.
British ships enter the port of Corfu.
Scenes from the everyday life of the “Illustrated London News" correspondents during their five-day stay at Crete in 1889.
The British fleet places sea mines off the coastline of Crete (Cretan Revolt of 1889).
Implements to place and trigger sea mines. The image is related to the placement of sea mines off the coastline of Crete by the British fleet (Cretan Revolt of 1889).
British ships observe the correct placement of sea mines off the coast of Crete during the Cretan Revolt of 1889.
Portrait of Charilaos Trikoupis, prime minister of Greece.
George I and Olga of Greece return to their yacht after an evening gala aboard HMS “Serapis”.
Reconstruction of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. In the foreground, the Sultan and his suite on their way out of the palace.
The Grand Vizier.
The Capudan Pasha, Admiral of the Ottoman fleet.
The Aga of the Janissaries corps, in official costume.
The Kaimakam, superior administrative official of Istanbul.
Kizlar Aghasi, head of the black eunuchs of the palace.
The Sultan dressed for the audience at the Divan.
The ambassador of France accompanied by the official interpreter (Dragoman) of the Sublime Gate.
The Capici Bashi, head of ceremonies at the Sultan's Palace.
The Dulbendar Agashi, Ottoman official entrusted with looking after and carrying the Sultan's turban.