A Concise History of the Balkan Wars, 1912-1913
I første Balkankrig behandles alliancen af kristne stater-Grækenland, Serbien, Bulgarien og Montenegro's operationer mod Tyrkiet med formålet at befri de af tyrkerne besatte kristne småsamfund. I den anden Balkankrig er det Grækenland og Serbien's operationer mod Bulgarien, grundet Bulgariens offensive holdninger og territoriale krav overfor dets tidligere allierede.
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