Turkish Ottoman occupation.

                                               after several centuries was ended by the second occupation from the Austro-Hungarian Empire (formerly Habsburg monarchy) in 1878. Serbian people west of the Drina River again came under foreign rule. Austria-Hungary in 1909. and officially announced the complete occupation and the annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Further sequence of events, aggression Austro-Hungarian Empire to the Kingdom of Serbia on 28 July 1914 started the first global conflict in the history of human civilization, and lasted until November 11, 1918 when Germany Empire capitulated together with his allies.

From the beginning of the war Austro-Hungarian authorities carried out the mobilization of the Slavic nations, which held under its occupation, and so is forcibly mobilize Serbian population that is indicated on various fronts, including the Serbian front. Preodac people, like other Serbs, but and other Slavic people, watched the first opportunity to move over to the side of his countrymen.

Military organization of Bosnia and Herzegovina was somewhat different from the rest of the Austro-Hungarian furnishings that stemmed from its special position within the monarchy. Bosnia did not belong neither Austrian nor Hungarian part of the monarchy already represented their joint property (condominium) administered by the joint minister of finance. Therefore in Bosnia did not exist Landwehr or Honved but all conscripts served in the common army. In Bosnia there was not promoted especially Landsturm but are subject to annual files were sorted into three categories that were used as the active reserve units recruited in Bosnia. Bosnia and Herzegovina is at peace gave 4 infantry regiments and one fighter battalion. Due to distrust loyalty Austro-Hungarian authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina BiH population regiments have largely been stationed in various parts of the monarchy, while the others were stationed in the rest of the monarchy. As a result, 15th and, in part, 16th Corps, which covered the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, filled out the extraterritorial battalions detached and other corporal areas, while the Bosnian units entered the composition of the division from other corporal areas. Only 5 of Bosnian infantry battalion (20) is led into the units from the 15th and 16th Corps while the rest went into the composition of the units of other corporal areas.

Partial mobilization of the Austro-Hungarian army during the war against Serbia was declared on 25 July 1914 with the first day of mobilization set for July 28 and on August 31 was declared the general mobilization of the entire armed forces due to the commencement of the general mobilization in Russia.
Mobilization included vintages from 1872. to 1893. males to 42 years of age.

 

The fighters were killed in the First World War:

            1. Luka (Trivun) Trtić, (1885-1915), was taken into Serbian front

Participants:

            1. Stevan Ajder, sent to the Italian front, in captivity until 1918
            2. Milos Polic, sent to the Italian front, in captivity until 1918
            3. Nikola Tica, sent to the Italian front, in captivity until 1918
            4. Nikola Jagodic, sent to the Russian front
            5. Nikola Ajder
            6. Rade Budisa
            7. Nikola Tica
            8. Acim Tica
            9. Uros Simidzija

 

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