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Afternoon: Asquith writes a

Posted on July 26th, 1914 by admin

Afternoon: Asquith writes a letter to his friend Venetia Stanley, part of which is about the developing European crisis. He thinks “Russia is trying to drag us in”. However, on the ultimatum he thinks that “on many, if not most, of the points Austria has a good & Serbia a very bad case”.


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