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Midday: Mensdorff gives Grey

Posted on July 24th, 1914 by admin

Midday: Mensdorff gives Grey the full text of the ultimatum. Grey comments point five compromises Serbian sovereignty. According to Mensdorff, he calls the note “the most formidable document that was ever addressed from one state to another” but admits what it says on the guilt of Serbia in the crime of Sarajevo and some of the demands are fully justified.
He tells Mensdorff he is worried by the situation the ultimatum has created and by the danger it could lead to a European war. Again he mentions only Austria-Hungary, Germany, Russia and France in such a war.


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