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Only ‘smaller, strategically vital’ mainly northern territory would be annexed with an obvious emphasis on the Negotin and Belgrade, rather than the traditional Austro-Hungarian aim of the Sandjak. ’88 Contrary to future Foreign Minister Burián’s clear policy aim of dividing Serbia from Montenegro by annexing the Sandjak – a plan which the German Chancellor understood and supported – Tisza followed an independent line by stating that a Serbia which was weaker than the other Balkan states, bordering or even united with Montenegro, was preferable to seizure of the Sandjak or a categorical Austro-Hungarian refusal to ever accept unification.
As hopes were raised of a successful southern campaign, the issue of general peace began to loom large, particularly for Tisza. Should the advance against Serbia be successful, Austria-Hungary’s initial war aim (punishing Serbia) would be fulfilled, leaving only Russia as an immediate adversary. Widespread annexations were not in Tisza’s program, for he wanted to ensure Austria-Hungary did not succumb to ‘mission creep’ and continue 36 Austro-Hungarian War Aims in the Balkans during World War I fighting longer than absolutely necessary.
87 This plan also included an economic ‘connection’ with Belgium, but Bethmann Hollweg insisted that he did not have any additional European territorial ambitions. Understanding German plans was crucial for Austria-Hungary to meet its own goals, which in the Balkans included as much of a reduction and weakening of Serbia as possible without actually annexing much. Only ‘smaller, strategically vital’ mainly northern territory would be annexed with an obvious emphasis on the Negotin and Belgrade, rather than the traditional Austro-Hungarian aim of the Sandjak.
Austro-Hungarian War Aims in the Balkans during World War I by Marvin Benjamin Fried (auth.)