The Serbian Campaign (5/10)

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Serbia had been right at the heart of the action in the years preluding the First World War and was the number one enemy of both the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Ottoman Empire. With the war’s outbreak, it was clear that Serbia would feel the full force of the Central Powers. With support from Germany and Bulgaria on one side and Britain and France on the other, the Serbian Campaign proved to be a bloody and long-winded battle for those wishing to occupy the country, with Serbia, and all her peoples, being absolutely decimated in the process. 

Written by James Metcalfe

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