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30 June: Berchtold sees the Emperor

Posted on June 29th, 1914 by admin

30 June: Berchtold sees the Emperor. He says the Monarchy’s policy of tolerance has been badly rewarded. Its neighbours to the south and east will work even harder against it. The future of the Monarchy is at stake.
There is need for a clear programme of action. The Emperor agrees. He insists that Berchtold must discuss the next steps with Tisza and get his agreement.


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