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Evening: Berthelot tells Sevastopula he thinks

Posted on July 26th, 1914 by admin

Evening: Berthelot tells Sevastopula he thinks the successive German demarches at Paris have the object of intimidating France and inducing her to put pressure on St Petersburg.
Austria-Hungary and Germany “are aiming at a brilliant diplomatic victory but not at war at any price, although in the extreme case they would not recoil from it”. “He regarded an urgent and vigorous demarche on the part of England at Berlin as useful”.


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