featuring loads of keftedes
So much sad European history throughout France and the Low Countries. There has always been a leaning towards WW1 in our household, part due to history 'O' level in the 70's.
Nikos, Yiassou wray..Thanks so much for posting this
Ah yes, WW1: It's fate that took my Mother's grandfather from Chatham to Gallipoli as a Colonel in the Royal Marines - he perished there aged 44 - and my Father's father who (as a Greek from Thrace) had been enlisted into the Turkish army - he lost an arm in the conflict but survived....I need to visit that place the Turks defended to the last.