Imbros


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Imbros

(ˈɪmbrəs)
n
(Placename) a Turkish island in the NE Aegean Sea, west of the Gallipoli Peninsula: occupied by Greece (1912–14) and Britain (1914–23). Area: 280 sq km (108 sq miles). Turkish name: Imroz
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But a guest-friend, Eetion of Imbros, freed him with a great sum, and sent him to Arisbe, whence he had escaped and returned to his father's house.
of its mainland because its only islands are Imbros and Tenedos, neither
Australian nurses dressing hundreds of wounded soldiers on hospital ships, ferrying them between the Peninsula and the hospitals on the nearby Greek islands of Imbros and Lemnos, the remote Alexandria, Malta or England, have been marginalized in the collective memory (The Nurses' Experience 2015: 9).
Ella Tucker stayed with the ship for the next nine months as it ferried over 8000 wounded and sick soldiers between the Gallipoli Peninsula and the hospitals on Imbros, Lemnos, Salonika, Alexandria, Malta and in England.
1982) and Bozcaada (Tenedos in Greek) and Gokceada (Imbros in Greek) Islands belonging to Turkey (Sozen et al.
He adopts Turkish attire, declares himself monarch, burns down cities (Paris, Bordeaux, London, and San Francisco) for pleasure while filling his journal with his daily writings, then commits 17 years of his life to the construction of a colossal palace made of gold on the isle of Imbros. He eventually meets a young woman and after both avoid another purple cloud they decide to become the progenitors of future humanity.
The Peninsula Press (an Australian paper) was published on the island of Imbros in Turkey and the Beach Rumours (a British paper) at Cape Helles on the Dardanelles.
Greeks of ystanbul, and those living on Imbros and Tenedos (GE[micro]kceada and Bozcaada), were miraculously exempt from this forced exile and remained in Turkey as citizens of Turkey.