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.Russia and the Triple Entente declared war on the Ottoman Empire. Bulgaria was still resentful after its defeat in July 1913 at the hands of Serbia, Greece and Romania. It signed a treaty of defensive alliance with the Ottoman Empire on 19 August 1914. It was the last country to join the Central Powers, which Bulgaria did in October 1915 by declaring war on Serbia. It invaded Serbia in conjunction with German and Austro-Hungarian forces. Bulgaria held irredentist aims on the region of Vardar Macedonia held by Serbia.

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>Russia and the Triple Entente declared war on the Ottoman Empire. Bulgaria was still resentful after its defeat in July 1913 at the hands of Serbia, Greece and Romania. It signed a treaty of defensive alliance with the Ottoman Empire on 19 August 1914. ⇒ロシアと三国協商国とが、オスマン帝国に宣戦布告した。ブルガリアは、1913年7月のセルビア、ギリシャ、ルーマニアの手による敗北について、まだ憤慨していた。それで、1914年8月19日に、オスマン帝国との防御同盟の条約に調印した。 >It was the last country to join the Central Powers, which Bulgaria did in October 1915 by declaring war on Serbia. It invaded Serbia in conjunction with German and Austro-Hungarian forces. Bulgaria held irredentist aims on the region of Vardar Macedonia held by Serbia. ⇒ブルガリアは、セルビアに宣戦布告することによって、1915年10月に中央同盟国に加わる最後の国となった。それは、ドイツおよびオーストリア‐ハンガリー軍団とともに、セルビアを侵略した。ブルガリアは、セルビアによって占拠されるマケドニアのヴァルダル川地域をイレデンティスト(民族統一主義者)として狙いをつけた。

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