Contains a description of the Serbian Army's retreat from the banks
of the Danube and the Timok towards the Adriatic Coast during the
fall of 1914. The author is a veteran of English journalism, and
personally followed the principle phases of the military drama
which he describes in an absorbing, clear, measured manner,
stripped of all unnecessary detail. He accompanied the Serbian Army
in its long and painful march and gives us direct testimony to the
difficulties, the almost superhuman efforts and the strength of
endurance of the Serbian soldier during those terrible weeks. The
Serbian Relief Movement and it's dealings with the typhus outbreak
in 1915 is well documented. Includes a preface by M.S. Boshkovitch
as well as 32 photographs and maps.
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