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Isonzo Front

12 battles of Isonzo Front

Legend: Čedad (Cividale del Friuli), Devin (Duino), Devin-Nabrežina (Duino-Aurisina), Gorica (Gorizia), Gradež (Grado), Gradišče (Gradisca d'Isonzo), Milje (Muggia), Tolmeč (Tolmezzo), Trbiž (Tarvisio), Tržič (Monfalcone), Videm (Udine), Krmin (Cormons), Beljak (Villach), Borovlje (Ferlach), Celovec (Klagenfurt), Dobrla vas (Ebendorf), Lipnica (Leibnitz), Podklošter (Arnoldstein), Trst (Trieste)



Isonzo Front

Arts Oct 12, 2017, 6:45

Two-day conference opens on Austro-Italian front in WWI

A two-day international conference discussing various aspects of the developments on the Austrian-Italian front line in the last year and a half of the First World War will open today at the Slovenian Museum of Contemporary History in Ljubljana.

Arts Sep 21, 2017, 10:49

Choir festival dedicated to victims of WWI to get under way

An international choir festival dedicated to all victims of WWI will get under way near Nova Gorica on Thursday. Farewell to Arms, Welcome Song will feature four concerts by international professional choirs, as well as workshops, a symposium, an exhibition and amateur choirs singing along the battle lines of the Isonzo Front.

Society Sep 17, 2017, 7:00

WWI battle on Kolovrat mountain to be re-enacted

A re-enactment of a prominent WWI battle on the Kolovrat mountain ridge on the border between Slovenia and Italy will be staged on Sunday at the actual location of the battle, featuring some 200 participants from Slovenia and neighbouring countries.

Politics Aug 11, 2017, 0:50

In Battles of the Isonzo, a veritable babel (II)

Soldiers from many nations fought on the Isonzo Front between 1915 and 1917. The diversity of the army of the multicultural Austro-Hungarian Empire was particularly striking.

Politics Aug 11, 2017, 0:50

Svetozar Boroević von Bojna - the Knight of Isonzo (IV)

General Svetozar Boroević von Bojna, the commander of the Austro-Hungarian forces on the Isonzo Front who successfully deflected the attacks of the stronger Italian army, was considered one of the more able commanders of WWI. As Boroević noted in his memoirs, he was "the only field marshal the southern Slavs had ever produced".