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Morning: Pašić wires all

Posted on July 25th, 1914 by admin

Morning: Pašić wires all Serbia’s foreign legations saying “…. the reply would be quite conciliatory on all points and the Serbian Government would accept the Austro-Hungarian demands as far as possible. The Serbian Government trust that the Austro-Hungarian Government, unless they are determined to make war at all costs, will see their way to accept the full satisfaction offered in the Serbian reply.”.


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