Imbros



/ˈɪmbrəs/
noun
1.
a Turkish island in the NE Aegean Sea, west of the Gallipoli Peninsula: occupied by Greece (1912–14) and Britain (1914–23). Area: 280 sq km (108 sq miles) Turkish name Imroz

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