Who started WW One?

Morning: Benckendorff

Posted on July 25th, 1914 by admin

Morning: Benckendorff sees Grey to reinforce Sazonov’s view that Britain should support Russia in the crisis.
He thinks that Grey’s mediation proposals will give Germany the impression France and Britain are detached from Russia. It would be more effective to tell Germany that Britain might not be neutral if there is a European war. Grey replies he “has given no indication that we will stand aside”. [More]


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