This extended study of one of the critical campaigns of World War I sheds light on vital strategic consequences for both sides. * Examines the campaign from the perspective of the Central Powers, rather than from the Serbian point of view * Shows that the assault on Serbia was pivotal in that it led to the unraveling of the overall conflict for Germany * Features research conducted at the German federal military archives in Freiburg, the Bavarian military archives in Munich, the Austrian archives in Vienna, and the Baden-Wurttemberg archives in Stuttgart * Draws from official histories, regimental histories, memoirs, and first-person accounts * Marks the 100th anniversary of the 1915 campaign
Richard L. DiNardo, PhD, is professor of national security affairs at the Marine Corps Command and Staff College, Quantico, VA.
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