Catastrophe by Sir Max Hastings

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The group was led by the thirty-six-year-old head of military intelligence Col. Dragutin Dimitrijević, familiarly known as ‘Apis’, after the Egyptian bull god. He was the principal personality in one of three factions engaged in a struggle for Serbian domestic mastery. The other two elements were led respectively by Alexander, the Prince Regent – who hated the colonel because he refused to defer to the royal family – and Nikola Pašić, the prime minister. Apis looked the part of a revolutionary fanatic: pale, bald, heavy, enigmatic – like ‘a giant Mongolian’, in the words of a diplomat.

STALEMATE IN OUR FAVOUR’ 11. ‘Poor Devils, They Fought Their Ships Like Men’ 12. Three Armies in Poland 13. ‘Did You Ever Dance With Him? 1. HOME FRONTS 2. NEWS AND ABUSE 14. Open Country, Open Sky 1. CHURCHILL’S ADVENTURE 2. ‘INVENTIONS OF THE DEVIL’ 15. Ypres: ‘Something that was Completely Hopeless’ 16. ‘War Becomes the Scourge of Mankind’ 1. POLAND 2. THE SERBS’ LAST TRIUMPH 17. Mudlife 18. Silent Night, Holy Night Picture Section Footnotes Bibliography Acknowledgements Notes and References By the Same Author Copyright About the Publisher Illustrations Images of the campaigns of 1914 are rare.

He loathed Hungarians, telling the Kaiser: ‘the so-called noble, gentlemanly Magyar is a most infamous, anti-dynastic, lying, unreliable fellow’. He regarded southern Slavs as sub-humans, referring to the Serbians as ‘those pigs’. He hankered after recovering Lombardy and Venetia, lost to Italy in his lifetime, for the Hapsburg Empire. Visiting Russia in 1891, Franz Ferdinand declared that its autocracy offered ‘an admirable model’. Tsar Nicholas II recoiled from Franz Ferdinand’s intemperance, especially on racial matters.

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