It was the Balkan flashpoint which set off World War I, yet the fighting there is curiously neglected, although it was an inportant 'second front' cutting the Central Powers in two and preventing direct German/Turkish co-operation. The campaigns in the Balkans in 1915-18 involved the British, French, Russian and Italian armies, together with the local Serbian, Montenegrin, Greek and Rumanian forces, fighting German, Austrian and Bulgarian troops. This concise but comprehensive account identifies, describes and illustrates all these forces. The text is illustrated with rare photographs never before seen in the West, and with full orders-of-battle and insignia charts.Über den Autor:
Nigel Thomas is currently head of the Modern Languages Centre and Business Language Unit at the University of Northumbria. He has authored and co-authored many Osprey titles such as MAA 282 'Axis Forces in Yugoslavia 1941-45'. Darko Pavlovic was born in 1959 and currently lives and works in Zagreb, Croatia. He has already illustrated Men-at-Arms 282 'Axis Forces in Yugoslavia 1941-45' and Elite 60 'U-Boat Crews 1914-45'. Darko has also written titles for the Osprey Men-at-Arms series on the Austrian army of the 19th century.
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