Afternoon: Grey telephones his agreement to Nicolson’s suggestion
Posted on July 26th, 1914 by admin
Afternoon: Grey telephones his agreement to Nicolson’s suggestion of a conference. Telegrams are sent to the British ambassadors in Paris, Vienna, St Petersburg, Berlin and Rome and the minister in Nish, instructing them to ask their respective foreign ministers if they would agree to a conference of ambassadors in London to prevent complications. While the conference is meeting, all sides are asked to suspend “active military operations”.