The Salonika Campaign Society is an excellent association for anyone interested in the campaign in Salonika during the Great War. Full adult UK membership costs only £10 per year, for which you receive copies of the excellent journal, “The New Mosquito”. This includes articles on many aspects of the military operations, from individual memoirs and accounts right up to the strategic and political. It is invariably good reading.
The Society does not have local branches, but organises an annual meeting in London which combines a formal AGM, plenty of socialising with other members and a talk on a relevant subject.
A notable feature of the Society is its tours to the battlefields. Given the location straddling Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, not to mention the difficult terrain, a tour organised by people who know what they are doing is well-advised. Few other groups even try it.
Details of the Society appear at their website www.salonikacampaignsociety.org.uk.