How would, in place of WWI, a war between Austria-Hungary versus a coalition of Italy, Serbia, Montenegro, and Romania in the 1910s have turned out?

Aug 2019
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Hungary
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Serbia Rumania had no good equipment, and they were total agricultural countries without any serious industry , not even mentioning military industry... They were so called 2 or 3 month lasting countries if Austria-Hunagry attack them. Without Russian Empire the victory is certain. Don't forget, Serbia had Russian support in WW1, thus A-H Empire was not able to send enough troops for the Serbian front. Despite to the weel spread myth, A-H army had not real numerical superiority in the Serbian front.Serbians were able to counterbalance the number of troops against A-H Empire. It was enough to change the strategic plans and the highest ranking Austrian officer in the front, and the quick collapse of Serbia was inevitable. Regarding to Romania, it had not industry neither enough big army to hold more than 2-3 months without the Russian front. No wonder that Romania entered the war during the Brussilov offensive. IT would be strage how can Italy hold on without ENTENTE help, because its industry was much smaller than the Austro-Hungarian industry.


Never forget these facts:

The Empire built up the fourth-largest machine building industry of the world, after the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom.[8] Austria-Hungary also became the world's third largest manufacturer and exporter of electric home appliances, electric industrial appliances and power generation apparatus for power plants, after the United States and the German Empire.[9][10]
 
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