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Identifier: literarydigesthi01hals (find matches)
Title: The Literary digest history of the world war, compiled from original and contemporary sources: American, British, French, German, and others
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Halsey, Francis W. (Francis Whiting), 1851-1919, comp
Subjects: World War, 1914-1918
Publisher: New York, London, Funk & Wagnalls Company
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
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iety called the Narodna Odbrana hadprobably been put out of existence, and Austria was col-laborating in the administration of justice in Serbia andprobably directing it altogether. Serbia had been ready togrant nearly all these things without war and yet Austriapreferred war, and so strangled Serbia to the point ofdeath. In the fifth year of the war, however, Serbia wasreleased from that strangle-hold, Austria no longer had an 84 AUSTRIA AND SERBIA Emperor and was face to face with a revolution whichended in the political disintegration of her empire. ■^ Principal Sources: The Independent, Gibbons Map of New Europe(Century Co.), The New York Evening Sun, the New Yorlv Evening Post, theInternational Year Book (Dodd, Mead & Co.), the London Times Historyof the War, Bulletins of the National Geographic Society, the NewYork Times, the London Times, the New York Sun, the London MorningPost, Nelsons History of the War, by John Buchan, the London Dailt/Telegraph, the New York Tribune.
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GERMAN 17-INCH SIEGE GUNGuns of this type were used in destroying the defenses of Liege. 85 II AUSTRO-SERBO-MONTENEGRIN FIGHTING July 28, 1914—December 30, 1914 NEGOTIATIONS among the Powers aiming at peace else-where in Europe were still under way in the last days ofJuly, 1914, when the world was startled by news that actualwar had broken out between Austria and Serbia. Serbians fromtheir own side of the Danube had fired on Austrian troopsassembled on the river in transports, and the fire had beenreturned. Heavy concentrations by Austria of troops onthe Serbian and Montenegrin frontiers, and the mobilizationof other Austrian troops had taken place, while in the in-terior of Serbia an army was being concentrated and inMontenegro forces had been called out. From Belgrade anexodus set in, people fearing immediate capture by theAustrians. On July 28 war against Serbia was actually de-clared by Austria and hostilities began in earnest. TwoSerbian steamers on the Danube were seized and t

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