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22 July: A report from Rumbold

Posted on July 17th, 1914 by admin

22 July: A report from Rumbold says Jagow has admitted he practically drafted an article in a leading German newspaper stating what may arise between Austria-Hungary and Serbia should remain localised.
He insists the question at issue should be settled by those two countries alone without interference from outside. That being his view, he has not considered it opportune to say anything to the Austro-Hungarian government.


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