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Early afternoon: A telegram arrives from

Posted on July 28th, 1914 by admin

Early afternoon: A telegram arrives from Goschen saying a “conference” sounds too much like a “tribunal”. Britain should ask Germany to put the proposal in another form or suggest a way to work with Britain on mediation.
However, this crosses a message already sent by Grey saying he believes the best way forward is a direct exchange of views between Austria-Hungary and Russia and as long as this might happen other suggestions should be suspended.


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