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16 July: Jagow writes to Tschirchky

Posted on July 11th, 1914 by admin

16 July: Jagow writes to Tschirschky. He thinks it would be helpful if Germany knew what the Austro-Hungarian leaders intended for the future shape of Serbia.
They had dissociated themselves from Hoyos’ view but had not followed up with their territorial plans.
It could influence the attitude of Italy and public opinion and attitude of England.
Tschirschky should not give any impression that Germany wished to prescribe limits for Austrian action.


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