Philip Jowett Stephen Walsh
Armies of the Balkan Wars 1912–13: The priming charge for the Great War
September 24, 2019 Comments.. 901
Armies of the Balkan Wars 1912–13: The priming charge for the Great War Philip Jowett Stephen Walsh In 1912, the Balkan states formed an alliance in an effort to break free from the crumbling Ottoman Empire Forming an army of some 645,000 troops from Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenego, they took on a force of 400,000 Turkish soldiers Both sides were equipped with the latest weapons technology This book looks at the diverse and sometimes colorful uniforms worn by bIn 1912, the Balkan states formed an alliance in an effort to break free from the crumbling Ottoman Empire Forming an army of some 645,000 troops from Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenego, they took on a force of 400,000 Turkish soldiers Both sides were equipped with the latest weapons technology This book looks at the diverse and sometimes colorful uniforms worn by both sides, paying special attention to insignia, weapons and equipment It also gives an overview of the campaign that became a priming pan of World War I.. Armies of the Balkan Wars The priming charge for the Great War In the Balkan states formed an alliance in an effort to break free from the crumbling Ottoman Empire Forming an army of some troops from Greece Bulgaria Serbia and Montenego they took
  • Title: Armies of the Balkan Wars 1912–13: The priming charge for the Great War
  • Author: Philip Jowett Stephen Walsh
  • ISBN: 9781849084185
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • Armies of the Balkan Wars 1912–13: The priming charge for the Great War Philip Jowett Stephen Walsh

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    1 Blog on “Armies of the Balkan Wars 1912–13: The priming charge for the Great War

    1. Jur says:

      Armies of the Balkan Wars follows the standard MAA format it starts out with a short introduction and chronology of the two wars I hadn t realised the wars were so close after each other and that the second war had been so bloody, despite lasting only a month Another factor I d not taken into account was that the war against Italy in Libya and the Aegean was only ended in October 1912.Reading other stuff about the road towards WWI makes me also see how much of the politics is left out eg the Rus [...]

    2. Joe Collins says:

      Typical of the Osprey Men At Arms series in providing just enough information to have a rudimentary knowledge of the subject.

    3. Steven Peterson says:

      A nice entry in the Osprey Men at Arms series This volume features analysis of Balkan armies during war in 1912 1913, perhaps a precursor of World War I Indeed, the author notes that Page 3 The two Balkan Wars fought in 1912 1913 are often described by historians as the prelude to World War I Balkan countries fought to free themselves from the Ottoman Empire Countries areas involved included Greeks, Bulgarians, Serbs, Albanians, etc Pages 4 9 feature a chronology, providing a scaffolding for wha [...]

    4. Chris Davies says:

      An interesting subject, though with many Osprey books the short length of the book means everything seems a bit rushed Artwork and text is up to the usual standard, just need these books to be bigger

    5. Erdem Karaadam says:

      Great detail in description of the uniforms and equipment.

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