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13 July: Berchtold gets the results of a

Posted on July 11th, 1914 by admin

13 July: Berchtold gets the results of a rapid three day investigation in Sarajevo by a legal counsellor from the Austro-Hungarian Foreign Ministry.
In a strict legal sense there is “nothing to prove or suppose that the Serbian Government is accessory to the inducement for the crime” but there is evidence suggesting that elements in the Serbian government are responsible.
General Potiorek adds his comment to the report that it is the “alternative government” in Serbia, made up of elements in the army, that is responsible for the assassinations. [More]


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