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11 July: Tschirschky calls on Berchtold

Posted on July 11th, 1914 by admin

11 July: Tschirschky calls on Berchtold to impress upon him once more that quick action is called for. Berchtold tells him the note will not be presented before 23 July after the French president has left St Petersburg. They do not want the Russians and French co-ordinating their response to the ultimatum at a high level.


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