SECRET INGREDIENT SERBIAN OF ARMY THAT WE ALL HAVE IN THE HOUSE: This is how we fought the Austro-Hungarians in the First World War
Serbian soldiers were far more mobile than the opponent, and strongly responded to the attack of Austro-Hungarians on August 15
Perhaps the Austro-Hungarians had abundant meals, but our soldiers were living on - Tain. It is a mixture of white and rye flour, which could last long and to give strength and vitality in combat.
But that is not all. In the victory of Serbian military in Battle of Cer, salty cheese, onions, peppers and beans were used.
At the end, it was all spiced with a very important "ingredient" - dry plum! Austro-Hungarians gave auto goal when they prevented export of plum from Gornji Milanovac, which was used by Serbian Army later on.
Serbian soldiers were far more mobile than the opponent, and strongly responded to the attack of Austro-Hungarians on August 15, only three days after the enemy has entered Loznica. On that 15. August, Duke Putnik ordered counterattack, volunteers arrived from all parts of the country came to defend Cer.
They arrived on recruitment with pitchforks and axes, and in the night between 15th and 16th August 102 years ago, terrible clash started. Four days after, the moral of Austro-Hungarians dropped and they started retreating in their country. By 24th August, the fight was over and it was first major victory of the allies in the First World War...