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30 June: Tisza tells Berchtold the assassinations

Posted on June 29th, 1914 by admin

30 June: Tisza tells Berchtold the assassinations should not be used as a pretext for war with Serbia. He thinks Serbia should be given time to mend its ways. Tisza is not against war with Serbia but the present circumstances are not favourable.
Austria-Hungary must first have satisfactory alliances with its other Balkan neighbours, Romania and Bulgaria. They should especially obtain the co-operation of Bulgaria. Tisza is the only Austria-Hungary leader against immediate extreme measures. [More]


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