Boats and ships (1788 Subjects)
Wreck of the “Assyrian” on the island of Elafonisi, Crete (1878).
Siege of the village of Kissamos or Kasteli, Crete, during the Cretan Revolution of 1866-1869.
View of Souda bay, Crete.
British colonel Synge returns to Thessaloniki after his abduction by Greek insurgents durint the events of 1878 in Thessaly and Macedonia.
View of Ioannina. In the centre, the mosque of Aslan Pasha. Ioannina did not in fact become Greek territory until the 1913 Treaty of Bucarest, after the Balcan Wars. The proposition that it be ceded to Greece in 1878 was rejected by the Congress of Berlin due to the reaction of the Ottoman side.
Panoramic view of the silver mines of Lavrio.
View of Piraeus from the spot called “seat of Xerxes” on Mount Aigaleo.
Snapshots of the days after the devastating earthquake of Chios in April 1881: 1. Procession 2. Ruins of houses at Aplotaria, main street of the town of Chios. 3. Residents of Chios awaiting the arrival of provisions. 4. Ruins before the Governor's palace.
View of Bourtzi fortress at the port of Nafplion.
Kalamitsa bay, Skyros island.
H.M.S. "Osborne" passing Aegina. On the hilltop on the right, the temple of Aphaia.
Ancient tombs at Munichia (today Mikrolimano), Piraeus.
HMS “Osborne”'s barge bearing Alexandra Princes of Wales to Aegina island.
HMS “Osborne”', bearing Alexandra Princess of Wales arrives at the port of Piraeus.
Olga Queen of Greece and Alexandra Princess of Wales watch a theatre play on board HMS “Osborne”.
Evening amusement on board the royal yacht "Osborne", during the visit of Alexandra Princess of Wales to Athens in 1869.
View of Volos in 1878, showing the positions of battle during the Uprising in Thessaly (1878), and the spot where British correspondent Ogle was murdered.
The Tower and Fort of Saint Nicholas at Mandraki, Rhodes.
Monastery of Simonos Petras, Mount Athos.
The British fleet entering the harbour of Gera, Lesbos.
Panoramic view of the castle and city of Chios.
View of Volos.
Entrance to the Pagasetic gulf. Part of the western coast belonged to the Greek state. The central and eastern parts were acquired with the treaty of Istanbul in 1881.
Porters at the port of Piraeus.
Fruit sellers at the port of Piraeus.
British ships enter the port of Corfu.
Scenes from the everyday life of the “Illustrated London News" correspondents during their five-day stay at Crete in 1889.
The British fleet places sea mines off the coastline of Crete (Cretan Revolt of 1889).