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Against this backdrop it is evident why the Italian front continues to play such a key role in the remembrance of the First World War and in the collective memory of modern-day Austria as well as other successor states of the Habsburg monarchy. In addition to the tense relations among ethnic groups, supplies became increasingly scarce, causing more people to suffer from malnutrition.
Families whose provider had either been killed or taken POW received only minimal benefits and often became impoverished. Consequently, the men were put in an emotional dilemma: Should they stay at the front to do their duty and leave their families to their fate or should they desert the army and return home?
Many soldiers chose the latter alternative, causing the number of deserters to grow slowly from mid on. Their fears seemed to be confirmed in June when Russia launched a large-scale offensive against the positions of the Central Powers, forcing them to retreat and taking more than , Austro-Hungarian soldiers captive. Consequently, the AOK again stressed the theory that the passive attitude of the k.
On the one hand the stability of the army was guaranteed by the threat and use of brute force. Every actual or even alleged violation of the military code of conduct could bring a soldier in front of a military court, which often sentenced defendants to death just to set an example for the remaining troops.
Given the fact that most of the families relied on these payments for simple survival, many soldiers had no choice than to stay at the front even if they were afraid or fed up with the war.
On the other hand, however, the army was also held together by the comradeship among the soldiers and sometimes even the good relations between the soldiers and their immediate superiors. If an officer or NCO treated his troops with respect and managed to communicate with them in their own language a case of special importance in the multi-ethnic k.
Furthermore, the role that comradeship between the soldiers themselves played should not be underestimated. Even if their commanders were incompetent and the situation hopeless, many soldiers decided to continue fighting so as not to abandon or betray their fellow comrades.
Although such thoughts hardly show up even in personal accounts, it is believed that the comradeship and the attachment of the soldiers to their units were more important for keeping the army together than the oath soldiers had sworn to the emperor.
Since most of the k. The Entente Powers observed the development closely, but were still not ready to make a decision regarding the future of the Danube Monarchy.
The first country to withdraw from the war, however, was Russia. Shaken by two revolutions and an on-going civil war , Russia signed a peace treaty with the Central Powers in March The end of the war finally seemed to be within reach. The men put high hopes in the special treaties signed between the newly established Ukrainian state and the Central Powers, which were supposed to guarantee the delivery of large amounts of food to Austria-Hungary and Germany.
Most of the men expected to be released from the army in order to do more useful work in agriculture or industry.
As could be expected, this decision enraged the former prisoners who had already risked their lives for their fatherland. Consequently, while the uprisings were crushed with brute force, no further steps were taken to improve the situation of the returnees.
The last offensives of the Central Powers against France  and Italy  in the spring and summer of had failed, destroying the last hopes of achieving a decisive military victory and causing the morale of the German and Austro-Hungarian soldiers to decline rapidly. Moreover, in summer neither soldiers nor civilians were able to satisfy their basic needs. Consequently, the High Command had to withdraw more and more troops from the front in order to search for deserters up to , in summer or to take action against the rising number of strikes and demonstrations of starving workers in the provinces of the Habsburg monarchy.
The Austro-Hungarian government recognized this critical situation but was no longer able to interfere. Consequently, by the end of October the Czechs, Slovaks, Germans, Hungarians and Southern Slavs had declared their independence, leaving the emperor without a state to rule.
Most of the soldiers, even Germans and Magyars, were no longer willing to fight for a state that had ceased to exist and left their units to return home. It can be argued that national strife weakened the front and interior to the point that even the military authorities were no longer able to keep the diverging forces at bay.
However, we have to keep in mind that a great number of the national and political conflicts that erupted during the First World War were deliberately fuelled or artificially created by nationalist politicians to serve their own interests. The average Austro-Hungarian soldier remained for the most part unaffected by the political quarrels and propaganda until the end of the war. However, they became embittered over time due to the harsh conditions they and their families endured until they were neither able nor willing to keep fighting any longer.
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Neo-Slavism and the Czechs , Cambridge Geburtstag, Graz et. Die bewaffnete Macht, Wien , pp.
Offizier , Wien et al. Jahrhundert, Wien , pp. Architekt der Apokalypse, Wien et.
Soldaten im Ersten Weltkrieg. Solwenischer Antikriegsroman, Klagenfurt et. Aus dem Tagebuch eines Frontsoldaten, Klagenfurt et. Infanterieregiments Ihre Geschichte und Bedeutung bei der Entstehung der 1. Tschechoslowakischen Republik, Wiesbaden , pp. Das Werden der Ersten Republik, Vol. My God, I finished his second in this series so I must be a glutton tagebuch der apokalypse 3 pain and suffering.
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