Austro-Hungarian strike troops in the First World War.
It deals with the origin and course of the existence of the 8th Infantry Regiment. The Military Historical Association in Brno agrees with the publication. Authors: Milan Koudelka and Vladimír Holík VHS-BRNO
As in other European armies of this period, the Austro-Hungarian army was the largest component of the ground forces. In 1903, 63% of the army were infantry units. The important role of the infantry and its mission was also captured in the main military laws of 1868, 1889 and 1912.