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30 June: Though he expresses

Posted on June 29th, 1914 by admin

30 June: Though he expresses caution to Conrad, Berchtold takes a firm position for action throughout the rest of the crisis.
He talks to Tschirschky mentioning a “final and fundamental reckoning with Belgrade”. Tschirschky reports the views in Vienna to Berlin and says “I take opportunity of every …. occasion to advise quietly but very impressively and seriously against too hasty steps”.


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