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19 July: Jagow begins a press campaign for

Posted on July 17th, 1914 by admin

19 July: Jagow begins a press campaign for “localisation” with an article in the semi-official North German Gazette.
It says “… more and more voices are heard admitting that the desire of Austria-Hungary to bring about a clarification of her relations with Serbia is justified.” To maintain the European peace “… the settlement of differences which may arise between Austria-Hungary and Serbia should remain localised”.


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