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6.00 P.M.: The two texts of the reply

Posted on July 25th, 1914 by admin

6.00 P.M.: The two texts of the reply (in Serbian and French) are ready by 5.45 P.M. Most government officials have left their offices to catch the train for Nish due to leave at 6.00 P.M. Pašić takes the reply to the Austro-Hungarian legation arriving at 5.55 P.M. and hands it to Giesl. [More – The Serbian Reply]


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