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g ` 36 THE SEOOND YEAR OF THE WAR
E threatened. It is even conceivable that
E l the more foolish and extravagant might
§ have fears for India. Further, the entry
§ of Bulgaria upon the enemy’s side shut
in Boumania and made that neutral,
§ whose national sympathies were opposed
g to the Central Empires, incapable of
movement for the moment ; while it was
E possible the overrunning of Serbia would
g give the Prussian Court in Athens an
excuse for turning against the Allies.
S
srimsix suminmm.
; With these mixed objects in view-only
indirectly military, and a clear proof that M
A decisive military success was no longer
p possible-the enemy opened his bombard-
j ment across the Danube, upon the 3rd
of October. By the 14th November the
whole Serbian territory was in the hands
of the Austro-Germans and the Bulgarian,
y and Montenegrin as well.
couiwimsmoxn AT sxiomxii.
· But meanwhile the Allies had very
wisely undertaken the occupation of the
Port of Salonika. They had even
. advanced from this base with a small
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