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Afternoon: Grey sees Mensdorff

Posted on July 27th, 1914 by admin

Afternoon: Grey sees Mensdorff and summarises what he has said to Lichnowsky.
In a stark indication of his opinion of Serbia Grey goes on to say “If they [Austria-Hungary] could make war on Serbia and at the same time satisfy Russia, well and good; but, if not, the consequences would be incalculable”.
He tells Mensdorff owing to the possibility of a European conflagration Britain has not dispersed its fleet. News of this is in the newspapers.


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