Boulder, Colo. : Social Science Monographs ; Highland Lakes, N.J. : Atlantic Research and Publications ; New York : Distributed by Columbia University Press, 1993.
Book — viii, 373 p. : maps ; 23 cm.
This study examines the presence and absence of the co-ordination of military planning between the Austro-Hungarian and German military command before 1914. It focuses on the short-comings of mobilization as well as the opening campaigns of World War I against Russia or Serbia. (source: Nielsen Book Data)