Casualties and losses Kingdom of Serbia c. 40,000 rench Third Republic Unknown-United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 27,506+
Kingdom of Greece 27,000-Kingdom of Italy 10,538 VS Kingdom of Bulgaria 200,000-German Empire:Unknown Ottoman Empire: Few thousand.
Trailer of Salonika 1918
Serbian Revenge:The preparatory artillery bombardment of enemy positions for the Battle of Dobro Pole
began on 14 September. The following day, the French and Serbians attacked and captured their objective.
On 18 September, the Greeks and the British attacked but were stopped with heavy losses by the Bulgarians
in the Battle of Doiran.The Franco-Serbian army continued advancing vigorously and next day, some Bulgarian units
started surrendering positions without a fight and the Bulgarian command ordered a retreat
On 30 May 1918, the Allies launched an offensive on the heavily fortified Skra salient, commencing the battle of Skra-di-Legen.
The battle marked the first major Greek action on the Allied side in the war. Utilizing the cover of heavy artillery a Franco-Hellenic force
made a rapid push into the enemy trenches, conquering Skra and the surrounding system of fortifications. Greek casualties amounted to
434â€“440 killed in action, 154â€“164 missing in action and 1,974â€“2,220 wounded, France lost approximately 150 men killed or injured.
A total of 1,782 soldiers of the Central Powers became prisoners of war, including a small number of German engineers
& artillery specialists that served in Bulgarian units; considerable amounts of military equipment also fell into Entente hands.
The plan for a Bulgarian counterattack against Skra remained unfulfilled as the Bulgarian soldiers refused to take part in the operation.
Both the Greek and the French press used the opportunity to extol the efforts of the Greek army, favourably influencing the Greek mobilisation