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17 July: Lichnowsky sees a leading article

Posted on July 17th, 1914 by admin

17 July: Lichnowsky sees a leading article in the Westminster Gazette which says strong action by the Austro-Hungarian government can be understood given the negative Serbian influence among Serbian citizens of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Serbia should be ready to allay the fears of her great neighbour. Lichnowsky suggests to Berlin the article might have been inspired by Grey. A few days later Grey makes a statement that the article has nothing to do with him.


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