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

Politics Nov 11, 2018, 17:30

Pahor: Paris WWI commemoration celebrates commitment to peace

President Borut Pahor stressed that Sunday's central commemoration marking the end of World War One in Paris celebrates a commitment of states and world leaders to peace. "We want to enhance our common efforts towards this fundamental value," he was quoted by his office as saying.

Politics May 17, 2018, 17:19

Pahor to visit Poland to unveil memorial to Slovenian WWI soldiers

Slovenian soldiers killed on the Eastern Front in Galicia will get a memorial which will be unveiled in the Polish town of Gorlice on Tuesday as part of events commemorating the centenary of the end of World War One. President Borut Pahor and Defence Minister Andreja Katič will visit Poland on the occasion.

Politics Oct 20, 2017, 6:00

A century ago, a miracle on the Isonzo

One hundred years ago, on 24 October 1917, after three and a half years of bloody battles on the Isonzo Front, Austro-Hungarian forces launched an offensive that would bring a breakthrough, result in the complete defeat of the Italian forces, and end hostilities on the Isonzo Front.

Politics Oct 20, 2017, 6:00

Events galore to mark 100 years since Miracle of Caporetto

A number of events will be held along the WWI Isonzo Front lines on 24 October to mark 100 years since the Miracle of Caporetto. The Miracle or Battle of Caporetto brought an end to the front with a swift offensive of the Central Powers that pushed the Italian army to the Piave river near Venice.

Politics Oct 20, 2017, 6:00

Austro-Hungarian commander led operations from Postojna

The main headquarters of the Austro-Hungarian forces on the Isonzo Front were located at a luxury hotel in Postojna. Field Marshal Svetozar Boroević, the commander of the Austro-Hungarian forces, spent entire days at the headquarters, but lived in a villa that now houses a local court.