During the Battle of Caporetto the Austro-Hungarians, aided by the Germans, launched an attack against the Italian Army. The Central Powers offensive was a success, and the Italians had to retreat all the way to the Piave river. On the brink of defeat, the Italians received reinforcements from the British and French, and managed to stabilize the line.
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