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The Austria-Hungarian official history of World War One

Edmund Glaise-Horstenau (Hrsg)Österreich-Ungarns letz­ter Krieg 1914–1918. Band I–VII.
Verlag der Militärwissenschaftlichen Mitteilungen, Wien 1930–39.

Note: Stan Hanna actually translated the whole seven volumes of this work and added some pretty impressive corpus of notes on top of that. I can only imagine the workload having gone into this. You can find the translated version (including illustrations) online here: http://www.comroestudios.com/StanHanna/. Thanks to Jim Broshot for pointing me towards this website.

1914

1) 1914, Text
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1B) 1914,  Supplements
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1915

2) 1915 / 1. Teil, Text
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2B) 1915 / 1. Teil,  Supplements
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3) 1915 / 2. Teil, Text
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3B) 1915 / 2. Teil,  Supplements
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1916

4) 1916 / 1. Teil, Text
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4B) 1916 / 1. Teil,  Supplements
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5) 1916 / 2. Teil, Text
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5B) 1916 / 2. Teil,  Supplements
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1917

6) 1917, Text
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6B) 1917,  Supplements
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1918

7) 1918, Text
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7B) 1918,  Supplements
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[8)] Registerband
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2 Comments

  1. Florin Pop-Bucur

    August 14, 2019 at 19:59

    Hello,
    First of all, Thank you very much for these interesting books.
    As a actual history researcher, I’m interested in some statistics in literacy for Austro-Hungarian army, in The Great War, more specific the value for Romanians soldiers from Transleithania.
    I kindly ask you to, please, help me with some advices and directions where I can find these results.

    Best regards,
    Florin Pop-Bucur

    • Hi Florin,
      thank you for your kind words. As for your request, I think I would simply have to start with a google research, just like anybody else, since I am not a specialist for the austro-hungarian Empire, and I do not want to mislead you with the few quick facts everyone can easily find on the web.
      Best regards

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