3.45 P.M.: A message arrives from
Posted on July 28th, 1914 by admin
3.45 P.M.: A message arrives from Lichnowsky. He has been told by Mensdorff and his staff at the Austro-Hungarian embassy in London that Austria-Hungary intends to partition Serbia among the other Balkan states and turn the rump into a client of Austria-Hungary.
Since the beginning of the crisis Germany has been saying to the other powers that Austria-Hungary has no territorial ambitions with regard to Serbia. [More]