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15 July: After another meeting with Grey

Posted on July 11th, 1914 by admin

15 July: After another meeting with Grey Lichnowsky reports to Berlin that Grey believes everything depends on the form of the Austro-Hungarian intervention might take. In no case should there be a reduction of Serbian territory.
Britain is not in a position to influence Russian policy if Austro-Hungarian military measures upset Russia.


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