1887-1914 History of Italy 1918-1939






Malta 1914-1918

During World War I, Malta was far from the fronts and thus in no imminent danger. The islands were of logistical importance for the Gallipoli Invasion (1915-1916) and for the Salonica Front (1915-1918). Malta saw a concentation of hospitals for the treatment of men wounded in the war.
The islands, traditionally depending on food imports, experienced an increase in prices, most notably in the price of bread.





EXTERNAL
FILES
Years of Discontent: 1887 - 1920, from Malta through the Ages
DOCUMENTS List of Governors etc., from World Statesmen by Ben Cahoon
Historical Population Statistics : Malta, from Population Statistics, Univ. Utrecht
REFERENCE Article : Malta, in : New International Year Book 1916 p.403, 1918 p.386
Article : Malta, in : Statesman's Year Book 1918 pp.92-93



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First posted on April 26th 2002, last revised on September 13th 2008

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