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4 July: Ganz, the Vienna correspondent

Posted on June 29th, 1914 by admin

4 July: Ganz, the Vienna correspondent of a German newspaper, who has just been to see Tschirschky, calls on Forgách at the Austro-Hungarian Foreign Office.
He says “Germany would support the Monarchy through thick and thin in whatever it might decide regarding Serbia”. The ambassador had added that the sooner Austria-Hungary went into action the better.


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