Military Moves In Ottoman Europe
Countries in the European possessions of the Ottoman Empire, sensing weakness because of the Italian-Turkish War, are making alliances that would oppose the Ottomans if war broke out in the area.
On September 24, 1912 the Ottoman government decided to take a stand. It mobilized its European forces with 175,000 in the Western Army at Macedonia and 115,000 in the Eastern Army at Thrace. This will only serve to make things hotter in an already hot conflict zone.