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Morning: Lichnowsky gives

Posted on August 3rd, 1914 by admin

Morning: Lichnowsky gives Grey an assurance from Berlin that “a threat to the French north coast on our part will not take place as long as England remains neutral”. He also assures Grey that Germany will maintain the “integrity” of Belgium after the war.


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