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THE SECOND YEAR OE THE WAR
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mg ironical in the fact that Bulgaria now
SG entered inte the war upon Austria’s side
ur for the destruction of Serbia.
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Q; It was evident that with these forces
` at play, a strong Austro-German attack
from the north, and a Bulgarian attack
from in flank, the position of the Serbian
Kia Army was untenable. It was equally
Bd. evident that the qoverrunning of all Serbia
bly , could not possibly give a decision te the ,
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ml What it could de was te open a 3
mm highway to unite the Central` Empires
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wu possible that the absenee of aa eensorship
ich in England would allow panic, er at any
the rate seine disarray, to arise when unin- ,
wm e structed opinion should note the presence
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