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The Evening Wireless - Komarjan Bridge, WW1

The Surrey Yeomanry on the Struma Valley Front, Salonika 1917-1918. The Evening Wireless - Komarjan Bridge. By Frank Algernon Stewart (1877-1945).
1917-1918

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The Evening Wireless - Komarjan Bridge: A Topographical Masterpiece of the Western Front in World War I by Frank Algernon Stewart (1877-1945) This evocative photograph print, titled "The Evening Wireless - Komarjan Bridge," transports us back to the Struma Valley Front in Salonika during the tumultuous years of 1917 and 1918. The image, captured by renowned British topographical artist Frank Algernon Stewart, offers a unique glimpse into the communication efforts and military presence during this pivotal period of World War I. The Komarjan Bridge, a vital link in the transportation network, stands proudly in the foreground. The bridge's sturdy arches, bathed in the warm glow of the setting sun, serve as a testament to the engineering prowess of the era. The tranquil waters of the Struma River flow gently beneath, creating a stark contrast to the surrounding chaos of war. In the background, the 1st Surrey Yeomanry Regiment, a distinguished cavalry unit, is depicted in their final moments of rest before setting out on their next mission. The horses, their coats glistening with sweat, stand patiently, their riders engaged in a lively conversation. The scene is a poignant reminder of the crucial role horses played in the military during the early 20th century. The title "The Evening Wireless" alludes to the innovative use of wireless communication technology during the war. This cutting-edge technology allowed for the exchange of vital information between military units, enabling them to adapt and respond to the ever-changing tides of battle. Frank Algernon Stewart's masterpiece, "The Evening Wireless - Komarjan Bridge," is a testament to the resilience, ingenuity, and determination of those who served during World War I. This image offers a glimpse into the past, inviting us to reflect on the sacrifices made and the advancements achieved during this pivotal time in history.

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