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Austria-Hungary bombards, Belgrade, the Serbian Capital from its gunboats on the Danube

Austro-Hungarian riverboats shelling Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, from the Danube River, part of the border between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on July 28, 1914, and bombarded Belgrade the next day. Illustration by Fr. Jung (Franz Jung-Ilsenheim).
Reverse:
Ostmark, Bund deutscher Österreicher
Hauptleitung: Linz a. d.  Donau
Eastern Provinces (Prussian) German-Austrian Confederation
Head Office: Linz an der  Donau

Austro-Hungarian riverboats shelling Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, from the Danube River, part of the border between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on July 28, 1914, and bombarded Belgrade the next day. Illustration by Fr. Jung (Franz Jung-Ilsenheim).

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Reverse:

Ostmark, Bund deutscher Österreicher

Hauptleitung: Linz a. d. Donau



Eastern Provinces (Prussian) German-Austrian Confederation

Head Office: Linz an der Donau

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Austria-Hungary bombards, Belgrade, the Serbian Capital from its gunboats on the Danube

1914-07-29