Into the Battle

By Dobrica Ćosić
 
 
The year is 1914. The numerous superiority and better armed equipment of the Austro-Hungarian army forces the demoralized and dismantled Serbian army to withdraw from the Suvoborsky Front. Commander of the First Army General Zivojin Misic is clashing with the Supreme Command and the Crown Prince because of the decision to withdraw the army into Milanovac and quickly prepare for a determined counter attack that would surprise the enemy. The final outcome of the most famous and most important battles between the Kingdom of Serbia and the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the First World War, known in history as the Battle of Kolubara, is extremely uncertain ...
 


 

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