Early morning: Telegrams arrive from Paris and Berlin
Posted on August 1st, 1914 by admin
Early morning: Telegrams arrive from Paris and Berlin with the responses to the British enquiry about attitudes to Belgian neutrality. The French say they will respect Belgian neutrality.
Jagow refuses to reply, saying that if he did so it “could not fail, in the event of war, to have the undesirable effect of disclosing to a certain extent part of the German plan of campaign”.