Austro-Hungarian War Aims in the Balkans during World War I

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Springer, Jul 1, 2014 - History - 294 pages
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The conquest of Serbia was only one of the goals of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the First World War; beyond this lay the desire to control much of South-East Europe. Employing previously unseen sources, Marvin Fried provides the first complete analysis of the Monarchy's war aims in the Balkans and tells the story of its imperialist ambitions.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 War Aims and DecisionMaking in AustriaHungary
6
3 July 1914December 1914
23
4 January 1915September 1915
59
5 October 1915June 1916
107
6 June 1916May 1917
169
7 May 1917November 1918
215
8 Conclusion
231
Notes
235
Bibliography
272
Index
287
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Dr Marvin Benjamin Fried teaches First World War and Twentieth Century International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK. His research focuses on the grand strategy, alliance diplomacy, and civil-military relations of the Central Powers during the First World War.

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