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8.00 P.M.: Buchanan’s report of the lunch

Posted on July 24th, 1914 by admin

8.00 P.M.: Buchanan’s report of the lunch with Sazonov and Paléologue arrives in London.
Crowe minutes the report. He believes France and Russia consider the Austrian charges against Serbia are pretexts and it is now a matter of the Triple Alliance versus the Triple Entente.
He thinks Britain should not obscure this issue by any representations at St. Petersburg and Paris. The question is whether Germany is or is not determined to have a war now. [More]


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