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Morning: Bethmann sends instructions to

Posted on July 29th, 1914 by admin

Morning: Bethmann sends instructions to Pourtalès to impress on Sazonov “further continuation of Russian mobilisation measures would force us to mobilise, and in that case a European war could scarcely be prevented”.
He also asks Schoen to warn the French that their military measures will force Germany to proclaim “State of Imminent Danger of War” which will heighten tension.


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