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Afternoon: General Danilov,

Posted on July 27th, 1914 by admin

Afternoon: General Danilov, the man in charge of mobilisation plans, arrived back in St Petersburg on Sunday evening from an inspection tour. He is strongly opposed to partial mobilisation believing it jeopardises any general mobilisation that might follow.
He persuades Yanushkevich to call a staff conference which concludes from a practical military point of view the choice is between general mobilisation and no mobilisation at all. [More]


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