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  • Torpedo section, which was stationed in Mudros harbour, with great kindliness kept the nurses supplied with good food, and what by now had become delicacies, oatmeal, good flour and the like.

    War Story of the Canadian Army Medical Corps

  • It was Monty who first called Mudros, "The Green Room."

    Tell England A Study in a Generation

  • "What's Mudros?" asked I. "Mudros," broke in Doe, blushing, as he aired his classical learning, "is a harbour in the Isle of Lemnos famous in classical --"

    Tell England A Study in a Generation

  • "Mudros," interrupted the one-armed man, proud of his experience,

    Tell England A Study in a Generation

  • "Mudros," continued Doe, refusing to be beaten, "is a harbour in the

    Tell England A Study in a Generation

  • These conditions affected available light and because Carden could not afford to waste ammunition without good visibility, the fleet retreated to Mudros.

    Castles of Steel

  • When Rear Admiral Rosslyn Wester Wemyss arrived on February 22 to serve as base commander at Mudros, the sleepy Aegean village was not remotely prepared to become a major naval or military base.

    Castles of Steel

  • Some were already at Mudros, some were in Egypt, some were still in North Africa.

    Castles of Steel

  • Keyes had a strong ally in Rear Admiral Rosslyn Wester Wemyss, the commander at Mudros; possibly because of this, de Robeck gave his Chief of Staff permission to go to London and personally present his plan to the Admiralty.

    Castles of Steel

  • Mudros was an immense natural harbor, two or three miles across and thirty to forty-five feet deep, capable of sheltering hundreds of vessels.

    Castles of Steel

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