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7 July, morning: On his return to Vienna

Posted on July 5th, 1914 by admin

7 July, morning: On his return to Vienna Hoyos immediately meets Berchtold, Tisza, Stürgkh and Tschirschky and tells them about his meeting with Zimmermann.
Tisza is furious at hearing of the discussion of a surprise attack on Serbia and the partition of the country. He says this must be considered purely as Hoyos’ personal suggestion not official policy. Tschirschky leaves so the others can hold a Joint Ministerial Council.


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