This large folding map shows the official borders between Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Ottoman Empire.
The map can be dated around 1910-1911, just before the first Balkan War of 1912-1913. Independent Albania, established on December 4, 1912, is not jet shown. Also a territory of Pljevlja, which cuts deep between the land of Serbia, Herzegovina and Montenegro, belonged to the Ottoman Empire until 1913, after which it became a part of Kingdom of Montenegro.
The map was published in Vienna, as this multicultural area, which was on the edge of rebellion, belonged to the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. In 1914 the country entered WWI, which resulted the separation of this territory, which in 1918 became a part of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.