Many works have set forth various explanations for the outbreak of World War I. Yet comparatively few have focused on the interdependent relationship between Germany and Austria-Hungary and, in particular, Germany’s determination to sustain her fragile Austrian ally – and their alliance – no matter the cost. This book seeks to address this important and sometimes overlooked aspect of the crisis of July 1914.
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Published January 6, 2013