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14 July: Tisza has changed his mind

Posted on July 11th, 1914 by admin

14 July: Tisza has changed his mind and returns to Vienna. He now accepts the note making demands on Serbia should be designed to be rejected.
He sets two conditions, that special defensive measure are taken on the Hungarian border with Romania and that Austria-Hungary itself does not annex any Serbian territory except for minor border modifications. [More]


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