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Excellent Condition Un-punched Copy, part of the Great War in the East Quad
Austria-Hungary at War, 1914
Prior to the outbreak of the Great War, the Chief-of-Staff of the Hapsburg Army, Count Conrad von Hotzendorff, had declared that the Empire's forces were not strong enough to undertake simultaneous full-scale offensives in both Poland and the Balkans. Nevertheless, in the Autumn of 1914, this is what he attempted.
Serbia/Galicia includes a dual map, which illustrates both major fronts on which the Austro-Hungarians were deployed in 1914. The Austro-Serbian border, from Belgrade to Montenegro, is shown on half the map, while the majority of Galicia, including Lemberg and the crucial Prezmysl-fortress complex, is on the other half. On the first map area, the Austrian forces must try to make headway against the under-equipped but ferocious Serbs, while on the other, the Russians attempt to make up for the disasters in Prussia by overrunning as much of Galicia as possible. Special rules cover Serbian supply constraints, Austrian river-monitors, and the transfer of Austrian troops.
Included in the The Great War in the East Quadrigame.
Folio edition contains Standard rules, Special rules, 17" x 21" map and 200 counters.
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