PLACE NAMES:
 
ITALIAN
SERBO-CROAT / ALBANIAN / MONTENEGRIN
GERMAN
Abbazia Opatija  
  Agram Zagreb
Alessio Lezhë / Lezha  
Antivari Bar  
Arbe Rab  
Arsa Arza; Miriste  
Bergudi Brgud  
Bocche di Cattaro Boka Kotorska  
Brazza Brac  
Buccari Bakar  
Budua Budva  
Castelnuovo Herceg-Novi  
Cattaro Kotor  
Cherso Cres  
Cirkvenica Crikvenica  
Citta nuova; Novegradi Novigrad  
Cittavecchia Starigrad  
Curzola Korcula  
Dulcigno Ulcinj  
Durazzo Durrës  
Fano Island Othoni (Greek)  
Fiume Rijeka  
Gorizia ? Goriz / Gorice Görz
Gravosa Gruz  
Incoronata Kornat  
Kroja Krujë  
Lacroma Lokrum  
Lagosta Lastovo  
Lesina Hvar  
Linguetta, Cape Kepi I Gjuhëzes  
Lissa Vis  
Lussin Losinj  
Lussingrande Veli Losinje  
Lussinpiccolo Mali Losinje  
  Ljubljana Laibach
Macarsca Makarska  
Meleda Mljet  
  Metkovic Metkovich
Opicina Opsina Opschina
Pago Pag  
Parenzo Porec  
Pelagosa Palagruza  
Pola Pula  
Porto Rè Kraljevica  
Porto Rose Portoroz  
Quarnero Kvarne  
Quarnerolo Kvarneric  
Ragusa Dubrovnik  
Rodoni, Cape Sqepi i Skënderbeut  
Rovigno Rovinj  
Sabbioncello Peljesac  
San Giovanni di Medua Shëngjin  
Santo Stefano Sveti Stefan  
Sebenico Sibenik  
(Segna) Senj Zengg
Scutari Shkodër / Shkodra Skutari
Spalato Split  
Tajer Telascica  
Teodo Tivat  
Trieste Trst Triest
Valona Vlorë  
Veglia Krk  
Zara Zadar  

Italian names were widely and often officially used in the Austro-Hungarian empire for coastal Croatia, Dalmatia and Albania and date from the time of the Venetian Republicís rule. Local vernacular usage was more often in the appropriate local language, both forms frequently co-existing.

Note also the following German / English pair: Wien Vienna Donau Danube The following places are mentioned in the chronology relating to Army activities. They are not on the coast or the Donau and are therefore not to be found on the representational maps:
 
Arangjelovac  Serbia
Avlovac  Serbia
Belgrade Serbia
Berat  Albania
Bileca  Bosnia-Herzegovina
Crajova Romania
Doiran Albania
Dulcigno  Montenegro
Elbasan  Albania
Foca  Bosnia-Herzegovina
Görz Italy
Krakau Galiacia (Austrian Poland)
Kraljevo  Serbia
Kroja  Albania
Krusevac  Serbia
Mitrowitz Albania
Nis  Serbia
Plevlje Montenegro
Pristina  Serbia
Prizrend  Albania
Przemysl Galicia (Austrian Poland)
Sabac  Serbia
Sarajevo Bosnia-Herzegovina
Skopje  Serbia
Skutari Albania
Tirana  Albania
Trebibje  Bosnia-Herzegovina
Valjevo  Serbia
Vranja Gora  Montenegro
In some cases the location in 1914, as given above, has changed.