Seicont Balkan War

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Seicont Balkan War
Pairt o the Balkan Wars
Second Balkan War.png
Cairt o the main land operations o the Allied belligerents
(amphibious actions nae shawn)
Date29 Juin – 10 August 1913
(1 month, 1 week and 5 days)
LocationBalkan Peninsula
Result The defeat o Bulgarie an the Treaty o Bucharest, 1913
 Bulgarie  Serbie
Greece Greece
 Ottoman Empire
Commanders an leaders
Kinrick o Bulgarie Ferdinand I
Kinrick o Bulgarie Mihail Savov
Kinrick o Bulgarie Vasil Kutinchev
Kinrick o Bulgarie Nikola Ivanov
Kinrick o Bulgarie Radko Dimitriev
Kinrick o Bulgarie Stiliyan Kovachev
Kinrick o Bulgarie Stefan Toshev
Kinrick o Serbie Petar I o Serbie
Kinrick o Serbie Radomir Putnik
Kinrick o Serbie Stepa Stepanović
Kinrick o Serbie Petar Bojović
Kinrick o Romanie Carol I o Romanie
Kinrick o Romanie Ferdinand, Croun Prince o Romanie
Kinrick o Romanie Alexandru Averescu
Greece Constantine I
Greece Viktor Dousmanis
Greece Pavlos Kountouriotis
Ottoman Empire Mehmed V
Ottoman Empire Enver Pasha
Ottoman Empire Ahmet Izzet Pasha
Kinrick o Montenegro Nicholas I o Montenegro
Kinrick o Montenegro Danilo, Croun Prince o Montenegro
Kinrick o Montenegro Janko Vukotić
Kinrick o Bulgarie 500,221–576,878 Kinrick o Serbie 348,000[1]
Romanie 330,000[1]
Greece 148,000
Kinrick o Montenegro 12,802[1]
Ottoman Empire 255,000[2]
Tot: 1,093,802
Casualties an losses
Kinrick o Bulgarie Bulgarie:[3]
7,583 killed
9,694 missin
42,911 woondit
3,049 deceased
140 artillery pieces capturt or destroyed

65,927 dead or woondit
Kinrick o Serbie Serbie:
9,000 killed
36,000 woondit
5,000 dead o disease[4]
Greece Greece:
5,851 killed in action
23,847 woondit in action
188 missin in action[5]
Kinrick o Montenegro Montenegro:
240 killed
961 woondit[4]
Romanie Romania:
negligible combat casualties
6,000 dead o disease[6]
Ottoman Empire Ottoman Empire:
negligible combat casualties
4,000 dead o disease[7]

~76,000 combat casualties
~91,000 tot losses

The Seicont Balkan War wis a conflict which broke oot when Bulgarie, dissatisfied wi its share o the spoils o the First Balkan War, attacked its umwhile allies, Serbie an Greece, on 16 (A.S.)/29 June 1913.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Hall (2000), p. 117.
  2. Edward J. Erickson, Defeat in Detail, The Ottoman Army in the Balkans, 1912–1913, Westport, Praeger, 2003, p. 323.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Hall (2000), p. 135.
  5. Calculation (PDF) (in Greek), Hellenic Army General Staff, p. 12, retrieved 14 January 2010.
  6. Hall (2000), p. 118.
  7. Hall (2000), p. 119.