Allied Aviation Of World War I by Hugh Cowin, Hugh W. Cowin

By Hugh Cowin, Hugh W. Cowin

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He decided to push ahead, and forwarded this request to several other leaders in the Monarchy, while asking Berchtold to push this line among his circle. Tisza wrote directly to Potiorek to bypass the AOK, and put forward the same recommendations on the day Austria-Hungary captured Belgrade. Suggesting Potiorek draw the majority of his staff from 38 Austro-Hungarian War Aims in the Balkans during World War I the lands of St. 95 However, Potiorek’s third offensive began to unravel when, on December 3, Serbia began a counteroffensive which eventually freed Belgrade.

July 1914–December 1914 31 Apart from showing the Tisza–Berchtold development and congruence in war-aims planning, we see that the MdÄ and Hungarians were not willing to make peace until their Serbian objectives were met, even after three consecutive failures to defeat Serbia and impose Austria-Hungary’s will. We will understand Tisza’s war aims against Serbia and why they fluctuated, how closely the Hungarian goals matched the MdÄ’s policy direction, and what influence external factors, such as Berlin, Bucharest, and the AOK had on Austro-Hungarian war-aims planning between July and December 1914.

64 Whereas Conrad saw the Russian front as primary and warned that Austria-Hungary was fighting there against superior numbers,65 Berchtold could have tolerated 34 Austro-Hungarian War Aims in the Balkans during World War I a stalemate in Poland in order to pursue his political goals in the Balkans with the pretext of opening up a Danubian connection to Turkey, which had just entered the war on the Central Powers’ side on October 22. The Foreign Minister felt Austria-Hungary needed a prestige victory in Serbia in the hopes of freeing up their forces against a potential Rumanian intervention and the Russian menace.

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