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The Great War and the Romanians: Notes and Documents on World War I


by Nicholae Petrescu-Comnène

Map of the the Balkan Front - Germany's Southeast Front - with the mountain passes between Austria-Hungary and Romania. From the Reichsarchiv history of the wars in Serbia and Romania, Herbstschlacht in Macedonien; Cernabogen 1916.
The capitals of Belgrade (Serbia), Bucharest (Romania), Sofia (Bulgaria), and Constantinople (Turkey) are prominent, as is Salonica, Greece, the Allied entry port into the country.
Text:
Übersichtskarte der Süd-Ost-Front
Skizze I.
Erklärungen:
Oesterreich Ungarn
Landesgrenzen
Overview map of the south-east front 
Sketch I. 
Explanations: 
Austria-Hungary
Borders

Map of the the Balkan Front - Germany's Southeast Front - with the mountain passes between Austria-Hungary and Romania. From the Reichsarchiv history of the wars in Serbia and Romania, Herbstschlacht in Macedonien; Cernabogen 1916.
The capitals of Belgrade (Serbia), Bucharest (Romania), Sofia (Bulgaria), and Constantinople (Turkey) are prominent, as is Salonica, Greece, the Allied entry port into the country.

The Great War and the Romanians: Notes and Documents on World War I by Nicholae Petrescu-Comnène

Publisher: The Center for Romanian Studies, 2000

Copyright: 2000 by the Center for Romanian Studies