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18 July: Sazonov sees Pourtalès

Posted on July 17th, 1914 by admin

18 July: Sazonov sees Pourtalès. He counters Pourtalès’ claim the assassination originated in Serbia and Austria-Hungary cannot tolerate the agitation coming out of Belgrade
He says the problems with the Serb subjects of the Empire are mainly the result of Austro-Hungarian misgovernment. And, if the Austro-Hungarian government intended to break the peace it would have to reckon with Europe.


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